If you don’t win the “100 likes Felt Snowman Giveaway” happening on the Facebook page right now until midnight Wednesday, you don’t have to worry because I’m about to show you how I create mine and you could recreate for yourself! The snowman was my first felt project, followed by…

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Once we tried the Swirl ‘n Spin Art Kit for our Spin Art Painting activity this week, I thought, “this process would make the most beautiful Christmas gift tags, Christmas cards, ornaments, door decorations, or even framed Christmas art!” So the next day we did it all over again, but this…

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One of the coolest process art activities is Spin Art Painting. The end results are always absolutely beautiful and never alike. Another bonus- you can do it with a salad spinner! No need for anything fancy. All you need is a salad spinner (or spinner table as we used for…

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Trying to make cutting fun for a child who doesn’t like to cut can be a challenge. The dislike can stem from so many areas, for example, just a dislike for cutting things, frustration because it’s hard, awkwardness, or muscle weakness. How I engage B & C right now is by…

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One day while at the Glenrose for B’s physio and OT appointment, I was asked if we were working on her scissor skills as she’s approaching the preschool age. In my head I was panicking and thinking “she’s 2, not even 3 yet, have I dropped the ball?!” I had…

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