Finger painting

We (me and Janis) need free time to fix/install electricity in the caravan so I decided to delight my two oldest ones with finger paint and finger painting. I brought a garden table inside to be sure that it is easy to clean afterward. While the youngest one was napping the biggest sisters was able to do … More Finger painting

8 PM Coffee Break

Today we have sun.. and rain… and snow and hail… All together changing every half hour. Suddenly I found myself wondering around the fridge and looking for something special. But can’t find anything. I’m trying not to drink coffee and eat sweets. And I’m getting pretty good at it!   But today… at 8 PM … More 8 PM Coffee Break

Happy Easter

Happy Easter to you all! We are having fun making greeting cards. I love “Fingerprint activities” book by USBORNE. So many ideas how to paint using your fingertips. And girls love it too. Ilze

Scissor Cutting Practice: Shapes / Free Easter Printable

After all the scissor cutting practices are finished, a child might want to demonstrate his/her cutting skills. And what’s a better way then easter greeting card for a dad or a grandma?! I made few greeting cards for my oldest girl to cut out to show dad how good is her scissor cutting skill. Learn more about Scissors Cutting Practice … More Scissor Cutting Practice: Shapes / Free Easter Printable

Scissor cutting practice: Simple Shapes / Free Easter printable

Scissor cutting practice is important for developing the fine motor skills that young children need in order to hold pencils, pens, and crayons. Children should start scissor cutting practice before learning how to write. About the Scissors cutting skill development you can find in my previous post: Scissors Cutting Practice for Preschoolers.  Practice sheets for short and long … More Scissor cutting practice: Simple Shapes / Free Easter printable