Red Rod variations are what make this Sensorial work so enticing. One of our Primary Leads got creative this holiday season, and incorporated festive ribbon as a part of the work, allowing children to match the lengths of the ribbon to the different lengths of the red rods. One particular friend was so excited to show me his work!
As parents, we’re always trying to find clever ways to make a gift out of our child’s hand/feet prints. It’s almost an obsession. We have to document their precious little fingers and toes for every year they’re alive. They make for irresistible gifts for loved ones. And thanks to Pinterest, there are so many varieties of gifts you can make with hand and feet prints, how could anyone resist?!
Handmade gifts will always hold a sentimental value for whoever receives them. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best presents to make with the kids, to help make this holiday gift-giving extra special.
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Happy crafting, and Happy Holidays!
Check out this great article showcasing the different ways people from all over the world celebrate this holiday season!
Better late than never…I have to share a few photos taken last week during our Independence Day Celebration in our Primary Community. As part of our Summer Camp Theme “Natural Art”, our friends used recycled items to create holiday decorations. What a fun way to celebrate our country’s independence!
Necklaces were made from pre-cut shapes, hole-punched and threaded onto a piece of yarn.
Festive red, white and blue garland adorned the room.
One of our friends chose to grade the color tablets in intensity of color, according to what he thought was most patriotic.One of our primary community members proudly displays her 4th of July crown hand-made from a paper plate and painted blue and red.
We hope everyone had a wonderful Independence Day/Weekend with their families!