Over at Busy Being Jennifer, I rounded up some fun holiday-themed crafts that you can whip up in just a few minutes. These projects are all fun and most are easy enough for kids to join in, too!
One of my favorites is the gold-dipped feathers. They would look so elegant on a tree but the project is easy enough for kids to do.
At To The Moon and Back, I wrote about how to buy educational gifts for kids that are still fun. My kids get way too many presents that just wind up as clutter. Educational gifts not only get used more, but also provide lasting value to children. Check out this post for last-minute educational gift ideas!
At Mom Prepares, the kids and I made these fun stick ornaments from materials we found in our yard. I felt quite eco-friendly while making these. The kids had a blast with them.
Cold and flu season is here for a while, and what better way to prepare than by whipping up a batch of elderberry syrup? The syrup in the stores is so expensive, and you can get a lot more bang for your buck by using this simple recipe!
Over at Homeschool with Purpose, I’m talking about how to organize before or after the holidays. If
And here at Schooling a Monkey, we created fun Christmas gifts for neighbors over a period of 5 days. Check out all the projects in one place here!
I also created a fun list of winter-themed science for preschoolers, but older kids will love these projects, too!
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