Day of the Dead or Dia de Muertos is a holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and other countries around the world. Traditionally, a skull or “calavera” (in Spanish) is decorated to help celebrate the day. Turn ping pong balls and battery tea lights into “Sugar Skull” magnets for a great way to open up a dialogue with kids about holidays celebrated in other countries.
Don’t judge a book by its [inside] cover…
Turn ordinary rubber bands and toilet paper rolls into stamps with this easy and artsy craft that you can make two ways! This craft could also be a great lesson in understanding and creating repeating patterns: http://youtu.be/sXd37DapyNw
Rosh Hashanah begins on September 24. If you’re planning a celebration, consider making THIS simple apple sauce recipe from the new book, “Apple Days: A Rosh Hashanah Story.”
Watch it here: http://youtu.be/LBxKNPqadmg
Part of being a full-time kid is making mistakes and laughing! peek behind the scenes of Mya’s show and see how episodes are produced. You even meet some of her full-time family!
This baby was born to ROCK!
Love this. Such a simple statement made me so teary.