Thursday, July 21, 2016

Treasure Chest Experiment!

Ahoy there!

Today's craft is a fizzy science experiment that's fun to create and a blast to destruct!

Here is the link with detailed instructions: http://fun-a-day.com/pirate-science-fun-exploding-treasure-chests/. Enjoy!

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Pirate Bingo!

Having a party soon? Make a pirate bingo game!

Here is the link for inspiration: http://ourhomecreations.blogspot.com/2013/02/letter-x.html. Enjoy!

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Pirate Hook!

This week's pirate themed craft is pirate hooks, argh-h-h-h!

Here is the link with detailed instructions: http://eastcoastmommyblog.blogspot.ca/2014/07/simple-pirate-hooks.html.

Enjoy!

Friday, July 1, 2016

Pirate Telescope!

Good morning!

Today's pirate themed craft is a.... telescope! Or a spyglass, whichever you prefer. This picture doesn't really do it justice as there are more to this than is present in the example.

Here is the link with detailed instructions: http://onetimethrough.com/kids-sea-view-telescope-craft/. Enjoy!

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Treasure Map!

As of yesterday, we are officially in Summer Reading Program mode.

So here is the first Weekly Craft post for the first week of the Summer Reading Program, a treasure map! These are a lot of fun, and you can make them really easy or really detailed. Here is the link with full instructions: http://theimaginationtree.com/2011/06/diy-pirate-map-and-treasure-hunt-games.html. Enjoy!

Friday, June 17, 2016

Rainbow Weave!

Try a colorful weaving craft to make with your kids. Who doesn't enjoy rainbows?

Here is the link with full instructions: http://www.pinkstripeysocks.com/2016/06/rainbow-paper-plate-weaving-craft-art-kids.html.

Enjoy!

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Ocean In a Bottle Experiment!

Good morning!

Have you been to the beach yet? Here is a fun experiment for you to do with your preschoolers today: make an ocean in a bottle!

Here is the link with full instructions: http://happyhooligans.ca/ocean-in-bottle/. The photo evidence is impressive, but watching the bubbles and waves move in person is definitely more fun. Enjoy!