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March 3rd is NEA's Read Across America Day and many are celebrating throughout the week. Here are some ideas for you to do at home
- Read This - One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish (my favorite Dr. Seuss book)
- Make this - origami fish from Journey into Unschooling, instructions from Origami Instructions
- and make this - Cat in the Hat pop up from Stuff by Ash
- Eat this - Dr. Seuss muffin tin from Muffin Tin Mom
- Print this - printable from All for the Boys
Did you ever play the "hot lava" game when you were a kid? Where you couldn't touch the ground because it was hot lava? I learned the other day that my husband hadn't and I was completely apalled that this wasn't a normal childhood game for everyone.
[This post was contributed by Heather of Crayon Box Chronicles. ]
It's great to be back at All For The Boys! Let's start the new year off with a POW! –superhero style! My son is really into superheros, so a little homemade sparkly play dough and matching bags seemed perfect for his party. Making homemade stencils is inexpensive, easy, and fun! Now, they won't be perfect, but I can't image ten 4-year-old boys would mind too much!
I absolutely LOVED this cardboard gas pump and car from Parents.com
It would make a great inexpensive or handmade gift
This kitchen is pretty great too. Both of my boys loved playing with toy food when they were younger. Give them a toy shopping cart full of food and they were happy for a while!
Instructions at Parents.com
I'd love to know what you're handmaking this year!