Posts Tagged ‘Busy Mommy Bonding’

Busy Mommy Bonding: Christmas (or Hannukah) Slime

Busy Mommy Bonding: Christmas (or Hannukah) Slime
Slime has absolutely nothing to do with the holidays, unless you call it Reindeer Snot or Elf Snot. Regardless, we needed something fun to do with our kiddos, so we made slime!  We made red and green for Christmas colors, but you could do blue for Hannukah, or choose some Kwanzaa colors. Easy: Borax...
December 18th, 2013 | featured, to make | Read More

Busy Mommy Bonding Series: ABC Noodles

Busy Mommy Bonding Series: ABC Noodles
This activity is so simple we feel a tad guilty calling it an activity! When kids are learning the alphabet, most of it is very visual.  This activity lets kids touch and feel what a “B” is, and make one of their own. What you’ll need: Box of spaghetti noodles, cooked al dente Graphic...
February 18th, 2013 | featured, to make | Read More

Busy Mommy Bonding: Acorn Kisses

Busy Mommy Bonding: Acorn Kisses
There’s just something about fall that makes us want to do more craft projects. Maybe it’s just wanting to add decorations around the house or make cute snacks for the kids. Either way, we love fall crafting and here’s a cute little idea that you can do with the kids. What you’ll...
October 8th, 2012 | featured, to make | Read More

Busy Mommy Bonding Series: Nature ABC’s

Busy Mommy Bonding Series:  Nature ABC’s
There’s nothing like the crisp fall weather to make you want to get outside.  Grab the kids and head outdoors to collect your materials. Materials: 13 sheets of scrapbookpaper (or construction paper) leaves, acorns, pine cones, sticks, pine straw… head outside and collect nature What to...
September 20th, 2012 | featured, to craft, to make | Read More

Busy Mommy Bonding: Christmas Fun! Don’t Forget to Feed the Reindeer

Busy Mommy Bonding: Christmas Fun! Don’t Forget to Feed the Reindeer
We all know that Santa loves his cookies and milk but have you been forgetting that the reindeer really do all of the work? It must take a lot of energy to pull a fat man around the world with a sled loaded down with toys! This year, use this simple recipe to make some food for Rudolf and the gang. You...
December 23rd, 2011 | featured, to make | Read More

Busy Mommy Bonding: Designer Wrapping Paper

Busy Mommy Bonding: Designer Wrapping Paper
Earlier this year we talked about saving money on wrapping paper by saving your little Rembrandt’s drawings throughout the year. Well, the time has come, have you been saving? If not, don’t worry, it’s not too late. Roll out some kraft paper, give the kiddos some crayons (markers if...
December 16th, 2011 | featured, to craft, to make | Read More

Busy Mommy Bonding: Summer Learning Fun

Busy Mommy Bonding: Summer Learning Fun
Keeping the little ones busy throughout the summer can be tough but trying to have fun while learning can be even more difficult. Here are a couple of ideas that we think will solve both of those problems. Oreo Moons Summer for most kids means staying up late.  This fun moon activity is perfect and...
June 15th, 2011 | featured, to make | Read More

Busy Mommy Bonding – Raindrop Art

Busy Mommy Bonding – Raindrop Art
April Showers bring May flowers. We may be stuck inside right now with lots of rain but just think, those beautiful May days are just around the corner! Here is a little activity to do with the little ones to beat the rainy day blues. What You’ll Need: White Cardstock Food Coloring (all colors) Rain...
April 22nd, 2011 | featured, to craft, to make | Read More

Busy Mommy Bonding: Shamrock Garland

Busy Mommy Bonding: Shamrock Garland
Just a quick craft to do with your little Leprechauns this week. We raided the scrapbook stack and I even let them go through some old magazines to pick out some pages with greenish backgrounds.. What you’ll Need: Scrapbook Papers Old Magazines Hole Punch Shamrock cookie cutter (or you can free...
March 15th, 2011 | to craft, to make | Read More

Busy Mommy Bonding: Black History Month

Busy Mommy Bonding:  Black History Month
This is a fun and yummy activity that can open a dialogue to discuss why we celebrate black history month.  It’s also one of the easiest activities of all time!! You’ll need: Graham crackers, or any crackers you like Peanut butter (substitute any spreadable) Plain M&M’s (green,...
February 7th, 2011 | featured, to make | Read More