Snow has been rather absent so far this winter in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia. We have an inch on the ground right now which will be gone tomorrow, I’m sure! I would like to see one good snowfall every year, (my husband hates it when I say that), have it last for a few days and then have the temps return to a balmy 50-60 degrees instead of below freezing.
So with actual snow lacking, in order to get our snow fix the grandchildren and I have read some snowman books, including Read more….
Yesterday was beautiful, sunny and warm; today we woke up to see snow flurries swirling past our window and covering the ground. And a cold wind; can’t forget that. Oh well, it is March and that means “in like a lion and out like a lamb”!
When I was planning for my grandchildren to spend the day with me, my mind went to activities centered around flowers because I had seen several blooming daffodils and flowering trees in my travels. I decided to include planting flower seeds (to be transplanted to Grandma’s flower garden later), making a flower craft and reading a book or two about flowers to round out our flower adventures. Read more….
These little chicks are so cute and adorable your kids will want to make a whole flock of them! My grandchildren and I made them today and they were so pleased with them. If you’re thinking ahead about a craft for spring or Easter, this children’s chick craft is just perfect! Read more….