by Mir Kamin
After two and a half years of homeschooling, my autistic teen is embarking on a new adventure. Here’s why, and how we’re hoping to make it work.
I love to make crafts, yet find Valentine’s Day cards to be a chore. I always start with grand plans, but after my kids have made about 10 cards they lose interest, even when we start well before. So I was looking for ideas that truly are easy but will make you feel good about creating handmade cards.
More ghosts and jack o’ lanterns! I’m afraid of the scary Halloween stuff, so we like to keep it happy around here. We made these fun and simple stencils to use on treat bags, but you could add them to tees, banners, or any other fabric decorations.
Serve up your candy this year in these fun papier mâché Halloween candy bowls. Made from paper bags and recycled tissue paper, they are a fun and messy project for the kids. This project uses some recycled materials and others that can probably be found around your house.