Latest Projects — crafts

End of the School Year Festivities: Celebrating Carnival Day at School

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As the school year drew to a close, the excitement among students reached a fever pitch with the arrival of the much-anticipated themed days. As a room mom, I had the pleasure of playing a part in preparing for this joyous event, along with the week-long festivities leading up to it.Throughout the last week of school, each day was themed to add an extra layer of fun and excitement. From Reading Campout Day to Beach Day, the children eagerly embraced each theme, bringing their creativity and enthusiasm to school each day.For Carnival Day, in the middle of our week-long celebration, the atmosphere...

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Let's Glow Crazy A Glow in the Dark Blacklight Party for Kids

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Step into the enchanting world of Glow-in-the-Dark Birthday Parties for kids, where I've composed a comprehensive guide on glow party decorations you can make, how to make your food glow, what to wear to a glow party, glow party invites, and more! In this blog post, I will guide you through the journey of planning a unique and memorable celebration. From crafting your own decorations to whipping up delicious treats, join me in illuminating your child's special day with these DIY wonders for any neon glow party.  It wasn't until I started blogging details of crafts I had made for some of...

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Making leprechaun traps with First Grade class

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Our First grade class made their own leprechaun traps with these supplies and I made leprechaun pocket pals for them to catch inside their traps. This was a great St.Patrick’s day STEM activity for our class. Their excitement seeing the leprechauns they caught was like Christmas morning!

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Making Tie Dye Shirts with class

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  The kindergarten teachers at my daughters school decided to have a field day as an end of the year celebration, and wanted for each class to make tie dye shirts in different color combinations to wear during the field day activities. The room moms for each class were in charge of coordinating the tie dye project for each class. Years ago my oldest daughter wanted to tie dye stuff during a sleepover. I had bought a tie dye kit and a bunch of white shirts/bags/ect for the girls to dye. I remember nothing coming out very vibrant. I knew...

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