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Sensory Play ~ Making Slime(Flubber)!

Because my son has a lot of sensory issues we are always looking for new ways to get him to experience new textures. For years his therapists have been telling me to make him ‘slime’ but for some reason I believed that it was too complicated or that I would have to travel to mars for the ingredients.

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Disney Junior Launches Toyota Prius Giveaway!

Disney Junior fans this is your month!! If you are like me and have been caught watching Henry Hugglemonster even when the kids have left the room then this month you will be rewarded because Disney Junior is giving one viewer a brand-new family-sized 2013 Toyota Prius v! Holy cow. The prize is valued at $33,000!

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Craft Thursday: Sunflower Treasure Box

Now that Spring is here kids love nothing more than exploring outdoors and saving all of the neat things they find. For our craft this week we have made a Sunflower Treasure Box for your child to keep all of their prized possessions safe.

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Craft Thursday with Lisa Lopez: Handmade Fairy Tiara and Magical Wand

Kid’s love playing dress up. Girls especially love dancing around and pretending to be fairy princesses. It is so easy to make your very own tiara and magic wand and kids will love creating these and making them special and unique.

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Craft Thursday with Lisa Lopez: Baby Sock Finger Puppets

As we all have discovered, one sock always turns up missing. Especially baby socks! These cute little onesies can turn into adorable little friends with some imagination and a few supplies. Here are a few friends that I have made so you can get an idea.

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Craft Thursday With Lisa Lopez: Pounce into spring like a lion!

Kid’s love using their imaginations and playing dress up. This craft allows you to make an easy animal mask using simple supplies that you have around the house.

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Hartiatoys: Paper Craft Fun

Not a day goes by that my oldest sons are not asking for paper, scissors, and glue so they can make a variety of things. They are exactly the kind of kids in mind for Hartiatoys®. Hartia, meaning paper in Slavic, are paper models aimed at kids ages 6 to 12 who love to cut, fold and make things from paper.