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Jul31
Teaching Your Kid how to Ride a Bike: You never forget how to do it, I’ll never forget how hard it is to teach.

Teaching Your Kid how to Ride a Bike: You never forget how to do it, I’ll never forget how hard it is to teach.

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I have two children, a very vague understanding of statistics might suggest to you one of them would be more physically inclined than the other. Apparently I am so very non-athletic there are some very strong ‘non physically inclined genes’ countering my husband’s soccer playing, marathon running genes over here. My son is 6 and […]

Jul30
Weekend Project: a Rainbow Library

Weekend Project: a Rainbow Library

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Weekend Projects sound very, um, daunting. Weekends are for rest and relaxation, right? Yep. I agree. Though a weekend project need not be stressful, but a small and delightful task. And, why not kill two birds with one stone and (try to) get your child in on the fun. Other benefits, at least for me, […]

Jul26
Burning Daylight: Vive La Ice Cream! (or, making ice cream with kids)

Burning Daylight: Vive La Ice Cream! (or, making ice cream with kids)

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Isabel sent along the Play and Freeze Ice Cream Ball for the kids and I to play with assuming this would give us at least a few hours of burnt daylight. She was right. I love how the site is called ‘Ice Cream Revolution’ which is by definition accurate (2 a : a sudden, radical, […]

Jul12
Painting Projects for Children: Burning Daylight– The activity to end all activities.

Painting Projects for Children: Burning Daylight– The activity to end all activities.

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I decided to suck it up, stop being as anally retentive and try painting with my kids this week. Even though I believe painting is against my religion, even though I believe painting is why God invented preschool, even though I am actually incredibly anally retentive. I sucked it up, covered the kitchen bar in […]

Jul03
Making sun prints with children: Burning Daylight: Sun Print Edition

Making sun prints with children: Burning Daylight: Sun Print Edition

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I may have mentioned off handedly about a thousand times, how much trouble I have filling the summer with things to do for my kids. Yesterday I ran an idea by Isabel, suggesting I come up with a craft project or two to do with your kids each week. I’ll be using my friend’s younger […]

Jun13
Nancy Drew Dunnit

Nancy Drew Dunnit

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By Tracey Clark of Mother May I

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