Share Craft Time!
Saturdays in our house usually include craft time. I keep containers full of construction paper, stickers, crayons, markers, paint, glitter, glue … all the things kids like to create with. Some days, I will set out a whole box of random items and watch their brains go into imagination overload. Other days, I like to have a plan which usually involves less cleaning up. 😉 In the spirit of this, below are simple crafts you can do and books you can read to spend some fun screen-free time with your family. Enjoy!
A Special Little Girl | A Story of Love and Autism
Did you know that January 26th is the 10th Anniversary of Multicultural Children’s Book Day? It’s a day to bring attention to all the amazing children’s books celebrating diversity. This book review + craft was inspired by the book, “A Special Little Girl”, by Derrick Washington.
Such a Library | A brilliant re-telling of a classic folktale
Hey Artists! This book review + craft was inspired the book, “Such a Library!”, by Jill Ross Nadler.
The Inspiring Book – Sweet Dreams, Sarah
Today’s book review + craft was inspired by Sweet Dreams, Sarah written by the talented Vivian Kirkfield.
The Awe-inspiring Book, I Am Enough
Hey Artists! Today’s book review + craft was inspired by, “I Am Enough” written by the multi-talented Grace Byers.
Screen Free Fun for Kids!
Every box is inspired by an encouraging phrase. As kids journey through the activities, I hope it sparks learning, understanding, and conversation about life lessons with their family and friends.