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Kid’s Crafts: Finger Knitting

By Fredrica Syren: I love Waldorf schools; I just have to put that out there. The kids learn so many fun arts and crafts that require so little which, in turn, makes the Waldorf kids very creative. All three of my kids have been into knitting since my 11-year-old Bella’s …

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Fun Ways to Feed Birds this Winter

Emma Grace Fairchild: Birds all around the world visit feeders during the harsher winter months and often rely on them for survival. Insects, many birds’ primary source of food, are difficult to find during the winter months. Hanging bird feeders through the autumn and winter months provides an important food …

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Painted Rocks Social Media Craze

By Kim Robson: Remember the Pokémon Go craze in the summer of 2016? Kids and young adults were going outside in the fresh air and sunshine, getting exercise, and meeting new friends and neighbors as they searched for new Pokémons to “capture” on their smartphones. That craze seems to have …

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Budget-Friendly Homemade Kids’ Arts and Crafts Ideas

By Fredrica Syren: We have spent all summer pretty much outdoors and with friends, so the kids have been enjoying lots of play and have needed very little help and very few ideas. But now fall is here, so we have more time at home. They seem to crave for …

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Kid’s Easter Crafts–All-Natural Egg Dyes

By Fredrica Syren: Ahh, spring is here — or at least we’re getting a hint of it. Of course, the Easter holiday is a sure sign it’s just around the corner. Nothing says Easter more than dying eggs with kids, and in my family we use all-natural coloring made from …

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Easter Kid’s Crafts–Marzipan Eggs

By Fredrica Syren: My mom and I used to make marzipan candy together for the holiday’s but since she passed away I have not made any until today. I love marzipan and was so happy when I found vegan marzipan from Odenseat Whole Foods. I used all natural food colors from Seelect to marble …

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Eco-friendly Easter Ideas

By Valerie Yoder: Easter is a time to celebrate rebirth and renewal, to shake off the winter and awaken with a new sense of appreciation for the surrounding springtime beauty. In that spirit, my family and I have been seeking ways to have fun on Easter while remaining healthy as …

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DIY Hobby Dough for Christmas

By Lorraine Roulston: Hobby Dough craft is a great fun thing for the kids to do during the holiday.  It can be prepared and kept soft in an airtight plastic bag. Preparation: 10 minutes.  Baking: 2 hours or overnight air dry.  Makes: About 3 cups (750mL).  Freezing: Not recommended. 2 cups …

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