Building a Sukkah during the seven day Jewish holiday of Sukkot is a tradition that many families follow. You have
We took a new – natural and healthy – approach to Easter eggs this year, instead of the usual sugar-laden confections, with a rainbow of hard-boiled eggs in pastel colors. These eggs are not dyed but natural, just as they came from the hen.
Japanese craftsmen create the traditional good luck Daruma doll from molded papier mache today much as they have done for four centuries. Learn the Daruma’s history, how to wish on it, and how to craft your own.
Girls Scouts Can Bead at Any Level There are many Girl Scout beading projects for Daisies, Brownies and Juniors. They
Angry birds want to be sweet and adorable. With Valentines Days just around the corner they will trade there angry
Kate Greenaway, Victorian illustrator of children’s books, was a remarkable woman in her time and her nostalgic portrayals of English childhood remain among the most popular today.
I love to plan parties for my kids. Just give me a theme and I will run with it! I
Western Themed Crafts for Your Sheriff Callie’s Wild West Party Your child’s birthday is always a reason to celebrate, especially
Celebrate the Birthday of the Trees! What is Tu B’Shevat? While many non-Jewish people are familiar with Jewish holidays such
Most children love to make crafts. It is a great source of pride for them to put the finished product
I became a classroom teacher back in 1988. It was a scary for me at first, but with the support
Here’s the easy way to carve an apple, or almost any other fruit or vegetable, into a decorative tealight candle holder.