I love fairies, don't you?
Let's play with fairies and plants this week!Read More
Did you know that many of our sweet, warm culinary herbs come from trees? Herbs like cinnamon, cloves, allspice and star anise all come from trees. We are studying trees and herbs from trees at preschool this month so naturally we are playing around with these well-loved and well-known herbs.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 first week of summer camp is all about fairies!
Below you will find books, projects and even online sites you can visit as you delve into the world of fairies. Do as many of these activities as you want!
These make the perfect little friend for playing with in the garden!
Over the years I have crafted many wee fairy friends with my daughters, my daughters' friends and my little friends at preschool. Each fairy is as unique as the child who made it, right down to their hand-drawn faces.Read More
I love fairies. The idea of tiny magic creatures taking care of nature has always intrigued me. It is a bit of magic. A bit of loveliness. Add some dinosaurs and you have all you need for creative fun! A few weeks ago we made a fairy garden together.Read More
Peering into another world all mystical with sparkly swirls, I was enchanted. It was my very own snowglobe, precious to me, invoking imagination. I would stare into that small contained world for what seemed like hours and dream of what it would be like to be inside, to be part of that world. I don't even remember what was in my snowglobe but I do remember feelings of wonder, curiosity and joy.Read More