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Sunday, December 3, 2017

Advent Day 1


Advent is a period beginning with the Sunday closest to the feast of St.Andrew the apostle (30 November) and embracing four Sundays.  The First Sunday of Advent can fall as early as November 27 or as late as December 3.

Friday, November 3, 2017

Through the journey


Image: Thanks to Internet

Twisted branches block the way
I know not to untangle
This or that, its quite a daze
I feel yet, Your loving gaze

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Fall Decor DIY - Leaf illuminare



 As the mercury dips and the air becomes crisp,  a little warmth will add cheer. Nature is so excellent in providing that warmth and I brought in few of those, beautiful crimson leaves. Reusing a bottle and using those gifts of nature, I said thanks for brightening my day.

Thursday, October 26, 2017

The Pumpkin Prayer



Halloween is around the corner and people are excited about making jack-o-lanterns with pumpkins. It is believed that the custom of making jack-o-lanterns first started in Ireland. But they had used huge turnips and when this custom travelled overseas to the United States, pumpkins replaced turnips. May be because of the size! We don't see huge turnips in the US.

Mornings are cold and days are getting shorter, and soon there will be frost. Pumpkins have to be harvested before that. So harvest of pumpkins happens right in time for Halloween. Pumpkin patches, photobooths, pumpkin carving, pumpkin cider, pumpkin pie, pumpkin this and pumpkin that - pumpkins are everywhere. The orange pumpkins along with the red and yellow leaves do brighten up the gloomy fall season.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

What is the boundary for setting limits to kids?


As parents we all face these questions at some point in our lives. Should I let my child know this? Should I expose my kid to this? How much of information can I share with my kid? I've been there and am there and am sure, I will be there. These are not questions which arise only once. And also these are  not questions which can be answered specifically to the point. These are more generic and also divergent.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

God moves the clouds

Img: Thanks Internet

God moves the clouds! Yes, He does and so does He move the sun, the planets, everything He created. When I think of God's blessings am only overwhelmed with joy. Count your blessings, Oh, I really can't because those are too many - small and big. In this post I just want to share one testimony on how God can bless any event, moving the sun and the clouds.





 


"Sing to Him, sing praises to Him; tell ofall His wonderful works." Psalm 105:2

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

DIY Staff Appreciation Card - Native American Designs



Teachers should be and deserve to be appreciated everyday, every moment. But staff appreciation week comes in handy to express our appreciation for them. Buying a card from store is simple and might be more beautiful. But cards made by the kids themselves  add an extra touch of love and appreciation.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

DIY Envelopes - Recycled Reused Ad Catalog

DIY Envelopes from Ad Catalog
Won't that be awful to throw away those glossy vibrant ad catalogs? Even if its for recycling. So here we go, make colorful envelopes which can hold gift cards, valentine cards, teacher appreciation notes and more. Reusing paper, catalogs into DIY envelopes!

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Kids Building Bridges Fun Activity - Indoor Play


Soldiers build a bridge.

Military vehicles test the bridge.

 Some soldiers building the bridge from the other side.

Connect the bridge to reach the enemy camp, says the commander.


The bridges from either ends didn't meet as expected. Happens in unknown war territory.


But the soldiers won't give up. They still work out strategies.

In the delicate bridge, soldiers advance carefully while some give cover.


Well, well it was an interesting play activity for a group of 7,8 year olds. Fun, isn't it?

You might also like building towers fun activity.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Science Birthday Party Experiments













Had a Science birthday party for my son, specifically Chemistry themed party. Made a periodic table birthday cake, which I have posted already. I made the birthday banner with the element names and atomic number for each of the letter of 'Happy Birthday'. Added few images of beakers from the internet. And I had arranged for some cool Science experiments at home. I was actually skeptical whether the boys would like it..but they just loved it!! They had absolute fun and that's what I wanted!!

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Looking back : stay-at-home mom

I've been a stay-at-home mom for the past eleven years!! Yes, that's a long time! I've seen my babies take their first steps, learn new words, played with them, went on strolls with them, went shopping with them, put them to sleep and yes, not to leave it, have got frustrated and yelled at them. When I look back I feel happy and even more happy that I have recorded some sweet memories.

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Perler Bead Valentines - DIY


Its that time of the year again - Valentine's day! And kids are getting ready with their gifts or cards for their classmates and friends.  Instead of a card, a bookmark, candies, pencils etc, this year we decided to gift perler beads valentines.

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Food Riddles


Image:From Internet

What is a dinosaur after it eats a lemon?
A dino sour.

What other kind of cereals do cats eat?
Mice krispies.

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