You can capture the beauty of the last leaves of Autumn in a lovely spiced salt dough. Scented with sweetly spiced herbs that come from trees, this little Fall craft is a wonderful way to celebrate the beauty of the season and to teach little ones about the magic of trees.Read More
Here is our newest creation. Every month we make a special themed playdoh at the school and this months is a wonderful wintry holiday playdoh. It is all-natural (except for the glitter), beautifully colored with powered beet root & scented with the softest little tufts of fir needles from our Christmas tree..Read More
The fresh relaxing scent of lavender mixed with sensuous vanilla makes one of my favorite scent combinations. They play off each other in an intriguing way that is truly divine. Plus both of these lovely plants offer wonderful benefits to the body and mind.Read More
This guide has complete instructions for how to make bath salts, aromatherapy spritzers, shea body butter and salt & sugar scrubs for gifting. There is also a little guide to essential oils included to help you with your blending!
Roses are great for crafting with especially with kids who really love the little dried baby rose buds. These projects and activities provide a great way to to enjoy the beauty and joy of roses with children, as well as giving them hands on experience with a wonderful healing herb.
Use these crafts to make unique Valentine's for friends and family instead of passing out the traditional junky candy! (Well, a little dark chocolate is ok though, right?) They also make a great Valentine's gift for the little ones in your life!Read More
Children love to give presents! Especially if it is something special that they made with their own two hands. And what’s better than getting a homemade gift infused with love from a precious child? Find projects for crafting beautiful things for the home; for creating nourishing body care and even crafts for kids to make for kids!Read More
What is more fun than making your own set of fairy wings adorned with the whims of your fancy? How about gathering beautiful flowers and using their pigments as a background for your wings? Even better, what if you get to smash and bash with a hammer to extract those lovely pigments? Well, if you are a little kid, this is a recipe for fun!Read More
Our last week of summer camp this year is all about
one of the fairest of flowers, roses!
Do you know that as well as being food for the soul, roses are medicinal and edible? Kids love roses, really! Little eyes light up with joy every time we use them at the preschool. Often they want to give what ever we are making with roses to their mom, so sweet!Read More
Long ago I learned the magic of simply placing a sprig of mint or lemon balm in my water bottle. After a half hour or so the water takes on a lovely light taste of the herb. My kids love herbal waters and I often put a sprig of mint into their water bottles if they are headed out and about for the day. Yet when we spend the day at home, I have found that filling a pitcher with water and herbs doesn't seem to attract their attention.Read More
Our sixth week of summer camp is all about being scientists while having lots of fun!
Projects and Experiments
These projects and experiments are great ways to introduce kids to some basic scientific concepts while engaging the child in learning about the world around them.Read More