How to make the Imperial Russian Crown

How to make the Imperial Russian Crown

Crowns have been around since prehistoric times. If you wonder why look at the animal kingdom.  Lion’s mane.     Photo Credit: Kevin Pluck/Wikimedia Commons  Deer’s antlers.     Photo credit: Bill Ebbesen/Wikimedia Commons  Hoopoe’s crown of feathers.     Photo Credit: J. M. Garg/Wikimedia Commons Russian Boyars   Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons  There is something majestic about impressively…

Ooey-Gooey Fun

Ooey-Gooey Fun

    If you are looking for a quick, fun activity with relatively little clean up then try our Ooey-Gooey art.  My kids love to play with stuff they can moosh (is it even a word?) and squash with their bare hands, but if your kids are squeamish about having to touch stuff that is sticky,…

Rainbow Rain

Rainbow Rain

  We have had our share of spring showers this year.  One day watching the raindrops sliding down the kitchen windows my 6-year old exclaimed, “Imagine if each rain drop was a different color!”  So, we decided to do just that – create a rainbow rain!   For this project you need an easel and…

Titanic Day

Titanic Day

Inside: do you want to build a Titanic? Are you looking for engaging Titanic resources to celebrate this year’s Titanic Day? We have Titanic books, games, math and more. Today marks the 103rd anniversary of the Titanic disaster. On April 10th, 1912 the “unsinkable” Titanic started on her maiden voyage with 2,223 passengers and crew.…