BY SUSANA MOLINOLO
Dedicated to al those wonderful people who play outside with us rain, wind or shine
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Some times the simplest things make cool decorations. If you have followed me for a while you know I have a love for branches. We have used them for Christmas and Mardi Gras decorations. This time we were inspired to make a Halloween craft.Add a comment
...doused in sage butter yumminess...!) Yes, that title needs to be in caps. As in, shout-it-from-the-rooftops de.licious. Its in season, so why not make the best of it? Here's what you'll need:Add a comment
By Kari Svenneby
Make some fun spider art for your Halloween. Go for a nature walk together as always play. Bring some horse chestnuts and make some fun spider art for Halloween.
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By Debra Scott
All Hallows Eve (Halloween) is quickly approaching and there is much to do to get ready. There is so much to do in the next two months: outdoor field trips, crafts that use your creative juices and party planning to name a few. When I was a kid, the build up to Halloween was half the fun. With today’s pre-made costumes and everyone’s busy days it takes a little more planning ahead but if we start now with some ways to build up to Halloween, we can build some great memories.
As an immigrant to Canada from the old world, I was reluctant in the beginning to embrace the Halloween tradition. I thought it was only a commercial event meant to sell costumes and candy. That was before I began to understand the true meaning of Halloween.Add a comment