(Jun. 03, 2019) - Summer is full of great opportunities to go outside, explore nature, and revel in the warm weather. Help foster that desire to engage with the natural world with a craft that puts your little one’s rock collection and outdoor souvenirs to a good use! Use this as a learning opportunity to discuss the environment, how ecosystems work, or just how to identify natural matter.
(Sep. 27, 2018) - Going to bed alone can be scary for children, especially those who tend to have nightmares or difficulty getting settled down for the night. One thing that can help relieve bedtime anxiety is the reassurance that a dream catcher can provide. Because they were made to protect children from bad dreams, you can help your kid get some shut-eye by making this dream catcher craft from Laura Minter and Tia Williams’s “The Big Book of 100 Outdoor Activities.”