Libby and Penny are so pleased to mention Ryan House, a place for children with life threatening conditions, celebrates 5 years of assisting families. This special home allows for respite care for the child, siblings and parents for up to 28 days a year for free. Congratulations!
Have guests create their own garden using a container. Fill each container with dirt, add a ground cover that will continue to grow, add rocks for a walkway, create garden art and make your own little fairy. The children will have fun creating.
Have you ever made a fairy garden? We would love to see your pictures and hear about the experience!
Have an Earth Day party. Make use of materials from nature while enjoying the outdoors, use items found in the environment, then recycle and reuse. Celebrate nature by planting a garden, have containers ready for seeds or cuttings so the guests can plant at home.
Take the children on a neighborhood walk to collect natural items to recycle. Twigs, leaves, and rocks can become forts, leaf prints and painted rock paperweights. Heavy cardboard boxes can be painted, decorated and used for keepsakes.
Exercise while helping to beautify the Earth.
What would you do to celebrate Earth Day?
Hiding and finding seem to be basic to mankind, think about early mans need to hunt and gather.
The success of hiding games continues to bring great joy to children. They like to hunt and hide.
What hiding games has your child enjoyed?
Thanks for all the ideas!
Suggestions included: soccer, dinosaur museum, Lego, movies, model trains, construction, rock climbing and a science party.
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Someone is looking for a great theme for a party for an 8 year old boy.