Christmas is one of my favourite times of the year and because of this the ideas really start to flow. Don’t have a lot of time to prepare anything? That’s ok! Neither do I! haha This Christmas Tree Letter Recognition activity took just a few minutes to prepare and we…

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“Elmer,” written by David McKee, is one of our favourite books to read. Love the colours and the message. To create an activity based on the book, we thought what better than some process art to continue on that message that everyone is unique and that everyone being different should…

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If you’re like me and have trouble throwing out some of your child’s art, maybe there is a way that it can be recycled or repurposed! This is exactly what I did with some art that was too fun and colourful for me to throw out! (Seriously…they’ve been hanging around…

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It’s been a while since we pulled out the Bleeding Art Tissue Paper and I was itching to do a process art Halloween themed craft so Bleeding Art Tissue Paper Pumpkins it was! Bleeding art tissue paper is not to be confused with regular tissue paper (I made that mistake…

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I grabbed a copy of Monster Math Squad from the library this week and it was a hit. To incorporate it into a craft and numeracy (STEM) activity this week, we made our own monsters and incorporated counting while giving them eyeballs. The monster decorating was super fun and the…

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