First dates are usually inexpensive ones, so you can relive those memories at a reasonable price.
Charisa demonstrates how allowing your kids to use some simple items around the house can lead to some wonderful and imaginative creations! Seuss characters so no wonder I LOVE this Lorax-inspired craft from Crafty Morning! See why this timeless favorite received the Cat in the Hat’s stamp of approval when you read it with your kids. Your family will have a blast recreating these fun trees with some sticks, paint, and felt! Cut out some fun feathers from patterned paper and let your kids go to town! – Looking for another great craft idea to go along with the Dr. Check out this original idea from Motherhood on a Dime! No wonder I am totally obsessed with these creative Truffula tree cake pops! – Here is another great reading activity your kids will enjoy on Dr. Don’t forget to forget to first read the book, “Hop on Pop” and then check out this creative activity from The Pleasantest Thing!
Michelle has given great instructions of how you can create this adorable character with your kids! Seuss, it is part of the “Beginner Books” series that was co-founded by Seuss and his wife. Then let them use their imagination while working on this fun craft from My Creative Days! Linda from Little Family Fun shows how you can glue these fancy feathers to a child’s drawing to create Gertrude Mc Fuzz! Seuss and bright fun colors, you are seriously going to go ga-ga for this craft from Bombshell Bling! Simply cut some apples in half , apply some paint, and stamp them on some paper! You can find the full recipe and instructions at Bakerella! I love how she encourages learning by letting her kids play with alphabet letters and word cards!
– Has anyone else noticed how popular “pom pom” crafts are lately!? She uses pom poms to create an adorable Seuss-inspired bookmark! Create your very own Horton with around-the-house supplies! Seuss book, “One Fish Two Fish, Red Fish Blue Fish”! You’re kids are going to want to eat the entire bowl!
I see them all over my Pinterest feed and I am not going to lie…I am seriously in LOVE with them! – Let your kids get a little messy with some silly slime! Seuss’s birthday by creating some cute little Yertle Turtles with egg cartons! Use rainbow fish and the fun printable graph provided by Alison to categorize colors with your kids! – Create these fun snacks inspired by the classic Dr. The Girl Who Ate Everything used pretzel sticks, white candy melts, and M&M’s to make these original Dr. – This is the PERFECT snack to much on while celebrating the great Dr. Crystal at Surviving a Teacher’s Salary has shown how with a few ingredients, you can create a snack your kids will LOVE!
Your kids will have a blast creating this adorable nest from P. Get your tacky glue, feathers, markers, and pom poms here! She has explained just how she created this adorable pennant banner with pages from Dr. – If you are looking for a great snack to celebrate Dr. This is the perfect activity to go along with your Dr.
– If your kids are learning to sew, this is a great craft to try out! Seuss’s birthday, but are wanting to stay healthy, check out this adorable recipe from Little Food Junction!
Making it with my husband would certainly be a fun challenge.
For those of you who are really ambitious, try recreating your wedding cake.
If you are not married and celebrating a dating anniversary, try to cook what you ate on your first date.