Learning about Geography with the Continent Fortune Teller

Learning about geography doesn't have to be boring for the kids.  In fact, you can make a continent fortune-teller! The continent-fortune teller is one of the activities you'll find in  100 Fun and Easy Learning Games for Kids book by authors, and creators of The Educators' Spin on It Amanda Boyarshinov and Kim Vij.  

Disclosure: I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of reviewing it. I did not receive monetary compensation for this review. All opinions are my own.  This activity has been reprinted with permission from the publisher from book 100 FUN & EASY LEARNING GAMES FOR KIDS for purposes of this post. 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Party

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is all the rave right now, and House Party has teamed up with Betty Crocker for a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles™ Oat Crisps Party.   For this House Party event I combined it with my friend's son's birthday and had a two in one party!

Discovering Singapore with Kids: Wildlife and Reserves

My child loves anything and everything animals. Just this past week we made a wetland diorama with pond, animals, and all for his school project.  So I found it fitting to learn about Singapore's wildlife and reserves for this month's Multicultural Kid Blogs' Global Learning for Kids Series exploring Singapore. 

Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop #39

Welcome to the Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop! The Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop is a place where bloggers can share multicultural activities, crafts, recipes, and musings for our creative kids. We can't wait to see what you share this time!

Family, Traditions, and a First Communion Celebration

This past weekend little one celebrated his First Holy Communion.  The ceremony at church was beautiful and afterwards we celebrated with family and friends with a party.

A lot of planning went into this party. I wanted it to be special.  Especially since we didn't have a big celebration for our son's baptism.

15 Things That Only People Who Live Far Away From Their Families Will Understand

For many years when I was single I would move back-and-forth from my mom's home in Puerto Rico to the U.S.A. or vice versa. I could book a flight, and be with her and my extended family whenever I wanted to.  Living far away was not an issue.