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Favourite Artsy Play Wednesday Crafts of 2013 {LINKY}

Kristen, Shannon, Theresa and I have really enjoyed hosting Artsy Play Wednesday this past year! There are some super creative and talented bloggers out there who have shared their ideas every week on our linky! We hop you continue to join us every Wednesday to link up your favourite posts. Here are our favourite posts that were linked up during 2013: DIY Paint Chip Bookmarks Dinosaur Life Cycle Sensory Bin Kool Aid Eggs Egg Carton Heart Kid Made Ombre Wooden Beaded Necklace Using Pool Noodles to Learn and Play Find It Bottles Pumpkin Hunt Sensory Play on a Mirror Lego … Continue reading

BLOGGERS: Sign Up NOW to Participate in Our Artsy Play Giveaway HOP!

As I hope you have noticed, each Wednesday I have been co-hosting a fun kids’ craft link up, called Artsy Play Wednesday, along with Baby Giveaways Galore, Shannon’s View from Here and Capri +3. The Artsy Play Wednesday ladies are all Moms that love getting creative, crafty and yes, messy, with our kids. Most crafts and activities require supplies so we thought we would organize an event where readers could WIN free craft supplies to help them get inspired. I am participating in the:

Frozen Bubbles Outdoor Activity for Kids

This winter has been an abnormally cold one here in Ontario. Because of this, the kids have not had the same opportunities to play outside in the snow as they typically do during the winter months. One particularly cold day, I noticed a friend’s status on Facebook, sharing these BEAUTIFUL frozen bubbles that she made with her kids that day. We talked back and forth and she shared that it took her a few tries before she perfected the recipe. For the recipe for Outdoor Frozen Bubbles, visit Science4MyKids.com. Here are My Notes:In order for this activity to work, it … Continue reading

Straw Weaving Craft for Busy, Little Hands {CRAFT}

Children often get a lot of satisfaction about the end product when they are making a craft. There is a fine balance between process (what a child gets out of the experience) and product (what the end product looks like). When children are young, they will sometimes show frustration with how their finished product looks and if they have perfectionist qualities, this can be quite difficult to handle. It is important that children have the opportunity to show their creativity and to use their imagination, but sometimes it is very rewarding for them to produce something that either:a) serves a … Continue reading

Ultimate Blog Party with @5MinutesForMom #UPB13

Thank you for stopping by Multi-Testing Mommy today to party with us! I love planning and throwing a good party. In fact in the past few weeks, we have celebrated my daughter’s 8th birthday 3 times! Yes, that’s right – 3! A birthday party for her friends and a party for each side of the family. Would you like to have some cake or a cupcake perhaps?! Please enjoy some because we are still swimming in cake around here. I like to include everyone’s needs so if you are trying to be healthy, then I’ve got something special for you … Continue reading