If you are looking for Mother’s Day coloring sheets to print, for free, then I can tell you I have just finished a page on Clipartqueen.com with, not many, but genuine coloring pages with Mother’s Day theme.
Here is a coloring page you only find here, though.
If you want to take a look at the others, you can find them here.
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Easter is approaching, and here is one more Easter craft idea.
I took this photo in the youthcenter, where the kids in the 0th grade had made a lot of funny Easter decorations.
Among them was this sheep, made of a cirkle of black cardboard cut with legs, a head cut out as well and glued to the cirkle, and then the whole thing was wrapped with beige or white or grey yarns.
They are fun and easy to make, and the look cute when you hang them around from the ceiling or in windows.
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I remember when my kids started learning to read, learning about the letters, a bustour through town could be so much fun.
Every sign they saw had to be spelled out loud, the sign for BUTCHER, SUPERMARKED, KIOSK etc. Even the P for parking was interesting, and the only limit was the speed of the bus.
Now it’s my grandchildren who loves to have fun reading and recognizing the letters.
A friend of mine, Birgitte, has made some great Alphabet books, “The Alphabet Detective” series, where you see pictures from the nature and your surroundings and you shall find the hidden letter.
This is a new idea to me, and now I spend a lot of fun time with my grandchildren looking for “the hidden letters” when we are walking in the town or in a park.
I am still not as good at this as Birgitte, far from actually, but both my grandchildren and I are getting better and better the more we look!
Kan you find the O, the U, the K and the X in the pictures above? I guess you can.
Try this little Alphabet game the next time you take a walk, I can highly recommend it. It’s fun!
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Here are a couple of really cute and funny ideas for something you can make together with children for Easter.
The yellow Erantis (aconite) is made of a yellow pipe cleaner pulled through the green carton leave and the yellow flower. The pipe cleaner creates the flower’s center.
You can make a bouquet of them, or hang them from the ceiling. The ladybird just happened to be on the wall behind the flower, but it looks nice, I think.
The next photo shows a picture made by a pre-school child age 6. It is made from bubble Wrap, cut in shape and then paited white. It gives the sheep the curly look.
Then legs and heads are cut in black cardboard, and the eyes and the bow are glued to the picture. Cute, isn’t it?
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Well, I don’t really know if you can call them new?
These two children’s books are written by Elizabeth Gordon and illustrated by T. M. Moss early 20th century, and the two books are classics in children’s literature.
But they are new in the way that I have carefully restored each drawing, trying to make each drawing look as good as possible without destroying the original charm of the illustration
Here they are:
The first one is the e-book “Flower Children”, with 82 wonderful drawings of flowers, mixed with children drawings. We follow the flowers throughout the year, from the first crocus to the Christmas Holy. With each illustration there is a short poem about the flower.
The second e-book is “Bird Children”, with lots of charming drawings of birds/children, and again there is a little funny and educational poem for each bird.
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