Have you ever asked a little child what they are thankful for? Once they understand the idea, thoughts come easily for most kiddos. Mostly they are thankful for their mommy and daddy, those essential beings who fill a little one’s world.Read More
Thanksgiving is tomorrow! We have a whole day set aside to count our blessings and be thankful. How can we make this meaningful for our children and for ourselves? Here are three simple craft projects for kids and families to capture the spirit of Thanksgiving and hopefully help it spill over into the days to come.Read More
Yesterday we made this gorgeous rainbow of food for lunch, a yearly Thanksgiving tradition at our preschool. In preparation for making our delicious rainbow I asked each child to bring in a fruit or veggie of a specific color to share.Read More
A Baking Social Studies Experiment for Thanksgiving
While contemplating new ways to make some meaningful traditions for my family's Thanksgiving celebrations I stumbled across the idea of the original pumpkin pie. A confection that supposedly was most likely made by the first Europeans settling into soon to be America. Well, of course, I had to try it.