poem says Memorial gives us a chance to thank those who keep us free, serving the country with pride fighting for our liberty
We honor the men and women in everything that they do showing our pride for their courage while waving the red, white and blue.
We have only walked a few years but we are as safe as can be, because of those that protect us in the air, on the land and on the sea! wreath made with hot glue gun, scraps of fabric, and paper with my sons handprint...don't forget to send in ur fan photos!!
We had a really nice hot day recently and sadly at the time we had no pool, but we happened to have a few storage containers sitting around and quickly decided this could be fun. Filled them up with water and my kids had tons of fun. They where not slippery and did the job of cooling down on a hot day!
mix 2 cups of flour in a bowl and mix baby oil till it sticks to together like dough but can still fall apart like sand. can add 1/4 cup of green powdered tempera paint or crushed chalk to make green, and don't forget to add a few drops of eucalyptus oil!
first page in my kids "dad book" for this year.....we went and bought a cheap copy book and we will be filling it up with different things for a fathers day gift this year....somethings we will included are handprints, poems,and pictures.
As you read the next book to ur child, grab some play dough and act out the book using the play dough. Both me and my daughter did this, we took one color and as we went on we added another color and made another thing. (ex. for this book we made a leaf then turn it into a seal and so on) in the end we ended up with the colorful heart. Very fun and creative.
to make place some paint in a ice cube tray and freeze. Once done add the paint to a container of shaving cream and let ur little one/ones play. As the paint melts it will change the color of the shaving cream. Could also do some color mixing.
easy craft for older kids first heat some pots up in a oven. We did the lowest setting for 15mins. Then using crayons draw on the pots and watch as the crayon melts. Another way to do it (we did both ways one on each) is to use a blow dryer and have it facing the crayon as you draw on the pot. Best to do this with new long crayons so you do not burn a hand. Let cool and done!
recently I taught my daughter how to make play dough flowers by rolling play dough out flat then rolling it back in a little sideways to make the flower. My question is how do you make play dough flowers?
to make we colored rice red and green using food coloring and a little bit of water. once it was dry we glued them to paper and drew the rest. Note- i would say draw first before the rice, unlike what we did. We also place it between two sheets of contact paper to keep any rice from falling.