By S. Standish Well it has been a month full of cold weather and illness in our house. I feel a little behind in postings, but will try and make it up over the next few weeks. 🙂 It's almost time for midnight toasting, Auld Lang Syne and resolution promises. How will you ring in the … Continue reading New Years Eve…..with kids:)
By S. Standish, December 2017 Mint Flavoured Candy Cane Uses that we have made: Make a peppermint hot chocolate!! Dip mug rim in light corn syrup, then dip that rim into crushed candy canes. Add your hot cocoa mix of choice and enjoy the deliciousness. You can also add the crushed candy cane to the … Continue reading What can we do with all the LEFTOVER Candy Canes??
ELMER’S SLIME RECIPE AND INSTRUCTIONS: Taken from the Elmer's Web site. This slime is very easy to make and with a few slight adjustments, you (or the kids) can alter it to fit every holiday and theme. Slime Ingredients: 1/2 TBSP of Baking Soda 1 TBSP of Contact Solution (must contain Boric Acid) 4 fl … Continue reading Elmer’s Slime Recipe – Worry Free
Use this list to make the Elf Hats on our Christmas Crafts list!!
By S. Standish Please email or comment if you have some amazing elf on a shelf ideas!!!! His name is Stanley (after Flat Stanley, a character in a book that my son was obsessed with at the time). He is our special mischievous Elf that comes every December 1st. He leaves every night to go … Continue reading 24 days of Elf on a Shelf with Try It Kids…
By S. Standish I have given you a LOT of options to use and create your own bucket list with your family. Half the fun is creating the list as a family and posting it somewhere to easily check on and use to plan festive fun. I use fun scrapbook paper and make hot chocolate, … Continue reading Over 70 Awesome Things To Do With Your Family This Christmas…:)
By G. Lewis By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: • Demonstrate hand-eye coordination in movement with over/under hand throw at a specific target. • apply a variety of simple tactics to increase their chances of success while participating in striking and fielding baseball activities Equipment Bean … Continue reading Baseball Lesson Plan
Get ready to get down! You need a playlist, good speakers, props (if needed, see disco ball below!!!) and happy feet. 1. Try It Kids - Friendly. Make sure the music matches the intended mood, doesn't cause awkward slow dancing or has inappropriate lyrics/meanings. 2. Fun is probably what you are going for!! Awesome music that is great … Continue reading Winter Blahs Dance Party
By G. Lewis KidSporty Intermediate (6-8 year olds): Hockey Weeks 1 and 2 By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: • demonstrate persistence while engaged in stick handling and passing activities that require the use of both large and small muscles • formulate simple strategies, such as keep eyes on … Continue reading KidSporty Hockey Lesson
By S. Standish You better watch out, you'd better not cry…guess what?!? Christmas is around the corner and starting to loom everywhere in social media. So it's time to start making your lists and checking them twice. From Star Wars, Lego, DC Comics, Hatchimals, Disney and many more brands, there are a lot of cool toys … Continue reading Hot Toys for Christmas 2017