Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Printable Thanksgiving Activities

Working today on finding some activities for my oldest son, he's in the 9th grade this year.  It's always super easy to find activities, crafts, worksheets, etc for the younger kids.  A friend passed along some websites she had used, so today I'm looking at them to find things that we can use.  Some of them I might use also for my 6th grader and may even use with some help for my 1st grader :) This is a neat fill-them-in-tale.  Spoonful  Here is a list of some different things to do than we might normally do.  There is a great article though about Thanksgiving from the Native American point of view.  Christina Pilkington Here is a cute idea for an edible log cabin.  I'm just not sure how to do it without milk cartons :( (LOL) Spoonful  Still on the hunt for more items, so hopefully I'll find more and come back to post them. 

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Christmas Crafts for Kids-Giveaway

I was reading emails and ran across a neat giveaway that I thought I'd share.  Head over to The Measured Mom and check out this giveaway for a book full of Christmas craft ideas.  I love the holiday times and doing neat activities with the kids.  This looks like a book that would have something for everyone and give you and idea for every day.

Review: The Light Before Day by Suzanne Woods Fisher

In the 3rd book of The Nantucket Legacy Series we are focused mainly on Henry & Hitty Macy.  Henry has been away for several years...