Scrapbooking with Your Child Creates Memories and Bonding Time

My friend’s grandson, Alex, has recently gotten so into scrapbooking that it inspired me to write this blog post. I am in complete awe of what Alex’s newfound hobby has become. What started as a trip to Michael’s Crafts to buy materials ...


Teach Your Child Reading Comprehension – Here’s How

  A child’s reading comprehension starts early and it starts with pictures. We “read” stories to our babies, but of course not a lot of “comprehension” is going on. Our babies may not understand the storylines, characters, or di...


Writing Prompts That Will Inspire Your Child

As an author and lover of words, I find myself naturally drawn to the literary world, no matter where I am. I read everything that comes into sight. My eyes seem to scan my surroundings, searching for words, constantly. Signs. Bumper stickers....


‘Thinking’ Can Be An Artistic Expression – Get Your Children Thinking By Doing This!

Imagination isn't something that always needs to be expressed in written or artistic form. Sometimes simply thinking is expression enough. Imagination isn't something that always  needs to be expressed in“I wonder where I’ll live someday,...


Teach Your Children To Turn Blank Pages Into Wonderful Stories – Start With These 5 Ways!

When children first begin to write and put their creative ideas down on paper with words and art, those ideas are often disjointed. They scribble down thoughts and tear pages out of their notepads to work on something new. Their thoughts do not c...


Four Things Your Child Can Learn About Him/Herself From Their Artwork

A child’s world is full of curiosity, excitement, innocence, and creativity. There are constant surprises, questions, and discoveries. Often there is little to worry about and much to learn and enjoy. From a child’s perspective, discovering is...


Turn Your Child’s Art Into Memories This Year

It's a new year and for a lot of us (especially those of you with young children), it’s time to tidy up, put away decorations, and get organized. But with the Christmas season barely behind us, your home is probably still filled with the deligh...


Sometimes What We Wish For Isn’t Always Best

[caption id="attachment_368" align="alignnone" width="300"] Source: freepik[/caption] “I wanted long and curly hair, but when my wish came true, my head was bald with just one strand, now what was I to do?” “I wished that I could catch a bal...


Sharing Stories, Good For the Soul – Here’s Why

[caption id="attachment_365" align="alignnone" width="300"] credit:[/caption] During this season of celebrating with family and friends, laughter and storytelling become very prevalent. As we share and gather at parties and around table...


Homemade Stained-Glass Art is Special to the Heart

As the end of November draws near, you may already be having thoughts of Christmas cards, letters, and gifts. Many feel that homemade gifts are very special because they are made with extra love, thought, time, meaning, and significance. They sh...


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