Here is a fun and easy aquarium you might like making with your child.
2 white or blue paper plates
A roughly 6 inch diameter circle of clear plastic cut from discarded packaging material (or clear plastic wrap for food)
Colored construction paper or tempera paint
Glue, tape, and stapler
Cheerios for sand
Thread or yarn
Noah's Ark is one of my daughter's favorite Bible stories. She loves Reading books about it or watch Noah's Ark cartoons. One day I thought about making Noah's Ark craft and this is what I found on Pinterest.
Here is one simple activity that can help your child to learn how to write numbers or alphabet, by using tray with little bit of salt and a brush. My daughter loved writing out numbers in the salt tray.
We like to paint on rainy days...here is one of the painting we painted couple days ago. These Fly-Away Dandelions were inspired by Pinterest ---->http://www.pinterest.com/pin/278871401898647403/. It's super easy to paint and it's super fun!!!
Recently my daughter and I read a book called "Pick a Pet". It's about how one little girl picked a pet for herself, and it was a cute little kitty. After reading this book many times, and before we returned it to the library, we made this little kitty craft for my daughter to keep.
I found a perfect blog where you can find easy step by step instructions with pictures and how to make other animals as well: