The Best DIY Homemade All Purpose Cleaner Recipe!

I have been making this EASY homemade all-purpose cleaner recipe for at least 6 years. It works like a charm! I have trained all my children on how to make this super easy homemade all purpose cleaner recipe. It’s that easy! And it totally fits into our simple budget. Don’t worry about the vinegar smell because it evaporates within seconds. I have to admit, it did take a few days for the kids to get used to the smell, but now they {Read More}

DIY Plastic Easter Egg – Digraph Activity!

I used to love playing with plastic Easter eggs as a child. I instilled one of my childhood passions into my kids. I also love the fact that you can purchase those colorful plastic eggs so cheaply. In fact, I saw them at the dollar store yesterday. They had some really cute ones. The princess is still working on her number recognition during our homeschool days with the plastic Easter eggs I made last week for her. What you Need {Read More}

Easter Counting Activity

I love providing my children with hands on activities. It’s just makes learning so much more FUN and meaningful when you provide them with sensory activities. I picked up a few items on the Easter aisle at Walmart last week and decided that I would make the princess something to help her with her basic counting. She knows her numbers, but found the activity a lot of FUN. I’m sure the jelly beans had a tad bit to do with it, {Read More}

How to Make Homemade Slime – Shiny Gold

I’m not sure who enjoys the homemade slime more, but it’s become an addiction in our home. We love making different colors for some festive fun. The children love to gather all the material before starting. They think it’s so FUN to make as well as play with for hours! A lot of the time, they just love the texture and feel of the homemade slime while reading or watching TV. I usually double the recipe because I love to {Read More}

Simple Valentines Crafts for Kids

Do you need a few simple valentines crafts to keep your kids busy? My children had so much fun with this simple idea. I have to admit, I was very impressed with their creativity and that it kept them busy for an hour.  What you Need for these Simple Valentines Crafts toilet paper roll (at least one for each child) acrylic or washable paint in pink, red, and purple foam paint brush paper plates for paint white copy paper Fold the top {Read More}