Monthly Crafting Book for December – Flip and Flop Penguins Craft

 

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This month for the Monthly Crafting Book for December I decided to focus on the book Flip and Flop by Dawn Apperley.  I have a two-year-old and a three-and-a-half-year-old and they identify perfectly with the characters in the book. Both my kids are sick right now so I needed an easy craft, one that both kids would enjoy and could do on their own.

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Materials Needed:

  • Po enjoying making some penguin craftsConstruction paper in various colours: blue/purple/penguin colour, white, orange, yellow
  • Scissors
  • Crayons
  • Glue

How to Assemble:

  • Before you gather the kids cut out a large penguin oval (I used half a paper) for the penguin body.  I picked blue (like one of the characters), but didn’t have purple so I used pink (to my daughters delight), you can use whichever colour you want or stick to Flip and Flop’s character colours.
  • Cut out a circle for the head in the same colour as the body.
  • Next, cut out a white oval, smaller than the body, for the tummy.
  • Grab the orange paper and cut out two orange feet per penguin.
  • Lastly cut a yellow beak.
  • Bee loving making her penguin craftsNow the fun part starts, gather the kids for gluing!  I gave them the pieces one at a time, body, then tummy, then head, then feet, then beak, and let the kids glue them on independently.  Then I had them draw eyes on their penguin.  My daughter’s looked more like eyes than my sons 🙂  But both kids were thrilled with their final product.

What is the Monthly Crafting Book Club?

Have you heard of the Monthly Crafting Book Club?  Have you seen any of our past posts?  I am a big advocate for children’s literacy and encouraging kids to read. I think that by incorporating a fun craft with the book it encourages a deeper love of reading and enjoyment of the book.  Every month a group of bloggers get together, whoever feels like participating that month and do a craft based on a specific book or theme.  It’s lots of fun and I get great ideas on activities to do with my own kids!  If you want to join our Facebook group, click HERE and you can check out other books, no obligation to participate each month.

 

Check out some of our past month’s book’s here.

January – Barnyard Dance

February – If You Give A Moose A Muffin

March – ABC’s

April – Piggy in the Puddle

May – Five Little Monkeys

June – A Camping-related book

August – A Back to School-related book

September – It’s Pumpkin Day Mouse

October – Have You Seen My Monster

November – Georgie the Gingerbread Fairy Wand Craft

 

Next month we are doing the Ladybug Girl series by David Soman, a personal favourite of my daughters! February is Giraffe’s Can’t Dance.

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I love how creative everyone is in coming up with other fun crafts, I cannot wait to check them out too!

 

Monthly Crafting Book Club for December - Winter themed books & crafts from awesome bloggers

 

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Thank you so much to everyone for participating and I hope you got some great ideas on Winter themed books and crafts.

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Georgie the Gingerbread Fairy Wand Craft

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 I chose to do Georgie the Gingerbread Fairy Wand Craft because my daughter loves this series of books.  Besides, wands are super fun to play with so I knew this would be great.  I also have a toddler son, who likes to be included in everything.  I thought I could have him do the craft too that way both kids would have fun and do something age appropriate.

 

 

Back to Georgie the Gingerbread Fairy Wand Craft, this is a great craft to do with any age of kids, you can adapt it to make it age appropriate for them.  For the little ones you will do all the cutting and tracing, then have them help with the gluing part.  My daughter was able to help trace and use the pen.  For my son I had him hold the template so I could trace around it, there is always a way to adapt a craft to make it fun for all ages.

Materials Needed

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  • Georgie the Gingerbread Fairy book by Bugbird Tim
  • Construction paper and recycled cardboard.
  • Glue, scissors, marker, star template (I used a cookie cutter), paint brush, tape
  • Pom poms in Christmas colours of red, green, and white
  • 2 green pipe cleaners per wand

How to Assemble

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  • Use the cookie cutter to mark out the shape of a star on the white construction paper.  Or draw free hand if you are good at it, which I am not.  Then cut it out and glue it on your brown piece of cardboard paper.14657513_10157775739695245_5767303453574340878_n
  • Cut out the cardboard around the star leaving some extra space.
  • Glue a selection of pom poms onto the star and let dry.
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  • Grab the pipe cleaners, try to make the fun bow design on one then twine it with the other one.  Next glue it onto the back of your cardboard star, or tape it on (glue did not hold up to my toddler & preschooler waving it about!).

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My kids had a blast running around and trying to make up magic spells with their wands.  They got destroyed pretty quickly with their vigorous play but it was worth it to keep them entertained for so long. We of course pulled out our Georgie the Gingerbread Fairies book so we could play with our new wand craft as we read.

Georgie the Gingerbread Fairy Wand Craft - Come check out Georgie the Gingerbread Fairy a great Christmas book with an accompanying Wand Craft to go with it. Perfect for toddlers & kids of all ages.

What is your favourite Christmas Story?  Comment below and let me know!  I am looking for ideas for the Monthly Crafting Book Club this month too!

 

 

Monthly Crafting Book  Club

A monthly installment I host on my blog is called the Monthly Crafting Book Club were every month we do a craft based on a book.  If you are interested check out some of my posts below on them.  Or if you are a blogger and want to join us join the Facebook group here, totally up to you which ones you want to participate in and no pressure once you join.  We have the following books coming up:

December any winter themed book, January is Ladybug Girl series, February is Giraffe’s Can’t Dance.

All you have to do is schedule your post to go live in the morning on the 25th of the month, and send me a picture and the URL by the 20th, that is all it takes to join us!

Monthly Crafting Book Club for December - Christmas themed book & craft

Check out the other awesome Christmas related book crafts below:

Georgie the Gingerbread Fairy Wand Craft - Come check out Georgie the Gingerbread Fairy a great Christmas book with an accompanying Wand Craft to go with it. Perfect for toddlers & kids of all ages.

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If you enjoy doing fun crafts and activities to go along with kids books then check out these below.  We love to encourage children’s literacy and pairing a fun craft or two with their favourite book is a great way to encourage them to read.

January – Barnyard Dance

February – If You Give A Moose A Muffin

March – ABC’s

April – Piggy in the Puddle

May – Five Little Monkeys

June – A Camping-related book

August – A Back to School-related book

September – It’s Pumpkin Day Mouse

October – Have You Seen My Monster

 

I am participating in a fun blog hop this month hosted by Emma Owl where each blogger chooses a Christmas-themed book.

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Seasonal Blog Hop Joy #2

I am participating in a fun family-friendly blog hop and here is a round up of the awesome posts.  Look, I was even featured last week!  SCORE!  I hope you enjoy and find some fun new blogs to follow too.
FAMILY JOYS’ PICK
GLOW IN THE DARK SCAVENGER HUNT  by Raising Fairies and Knights
Stop by and check out the Pinterest board…it is looking great!
To become a contributor on our Pinterest board GO HERE!
And now let’s share some joy…
1. FREEZER BEEF AND BEAN BURRITOS by Thinking-Outside-The-Pot
2. CHICKEN SALAD SANDWICHES by Thinking-Outside-The-Pot
3. SUMMER GARDEN SPAGHETTI by Thinking-Outside-The-Pot
4. SEASONAL BLOG HOP JOY #1 by Family-Joys
5. BROWNIE DELIGHT by Candy’s Farm House Pantry
6. ULTIMATE CLUB SANDWICH by Candy’s Farm House Pantry
7. LEMON ICE BOX CAKE by From This To That By Linda
8. JULY RESOLUTIONS: BOUNDARIES by Simple Summit
9. FIVE LITTLE MONKEYS CRAFT & ACTIVITY by Raising Fairies and Knights
10. THE TRAVELLING TULA by Raising Fairies and Knights
11. VEGETABLE DUMPLINGS by Raising Fairies and Knights
12. FUN SUMMER SNACKS by Family-Joys
14. HULA HOOP FOR FUN AND HEALTH by Pat and Candy
16. SMORE COOKIES by Pat and Candy
17. SOME MISTAKES YOU NEVER MAKE by Chronicles of a Lumpy Person
18. EASY DIY HOMEMADE BUBBLES by CraftyMama-In-Me
Thanks for visiting!~*
Arianne

 

Spring Pom Pom Tree

As part of the Kid Craft Challenge held by Kim over at The Resourceful Mama, I had to come up with a pom pom craft this month.  I decided to do a spring tree with my daughter and am thrilled with how it turned out.

Spring Pom Pom Tree - It's Spring time, why not make a wonderful nature craft with your kids, try this Spring Pom Pom Tree craft to bring a touch of Spring inside.

Materials Needed:

  • Twigs collected from outside
  • A pretty string, ribbon or thread to tie the sticks
  • Pom poms in various Spring colours
  • Glue Gun
  • Decorative butterfly’s

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Instructions:

  • Grab a pretty ribbon to tie around the base of the sticks (a few inches from the base) tightly and around and around to try and anchor them together.
  • Use the glue gun to attach the pom poms to the tree.
  • Once again, use the glue gun to attach the butterfly decorations, I liked to put them on the pom poms as it almost looked like flowers and they were landing on it.
  • I put them in a vase and filled the vase with the remaining pom poms to help stabilize it in the vase.

Spring Pom Pom Tree - It's Spring time, why not make a wonderful nature craft with your kids, try this Spring Pom Pom Tree craft to bring a touch of Spring inside.

Finished Product

My three-year-old, Bee, loved helping with this.  She had seen me use a glue gun before and desperately wanted to use it so I used this as a great opportunity to teach her about glue gun safety and hot/burning.  I put the glue on the tree branch and she attached the pom pom on top, being careful not to touch, or I put it directly on the pom pom and squeezed it onto the branch.  Bee even helped me squeeze the trigger and put the glue on the pom pom or butterfly, it was a lot of fun and she had a great time picking out the coloured pom poms for me to put on or which one she wanted to put on next.

Spring Pom Pom Tree - It's Spring time, why not make a wonderful nature craft with your kids, try this Spring Pom Pom Tree craft to bring a touch of Spring inside.

 

Are you looking for other ways to celebrate Ostara or Spring?

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Here are my past crafts as part of the Kids Craft Challenge:

Minnie Mouse Plant - IGFootprint Egg Wreath + Free Printable - Time to get ready for Spring! Make this cute and easy Footprint Egg Wreath with your kids to decorate. Free printable to welcome Spring / Easter / Ostara, whichever.Valentine's Day Heart Wreath - A cute Valentine's Day wreath to make with your child from their handprints. A fun decoration for anyone's house during the love season!

 

Don’t forget to visit the other blogs below to see what pom pom crafts they came up with.

May Kid Craft Challenge: Pom-Pom Craft

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Craft  by The Resourceful Mama

Pom-Pom Flowers by Craft Create Calm

Spring Pom-Pom Tree  by Raising Fairies and Knights

Elmer the Elephant by Adventures of Adam

Pompom Cupcake Pencil Topper by Teach me Mommy

Pom Pom Monsters by Kidz Activities

Pom Pom Pets by A Mommy’s Adventures

 

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Family Heart Handprint

I am so excited to bring you this Dollar Store Mother’s Day Craft Challenge! I’ve teamed up with other amazing bloggers for a budget blog hop. Each blogger had to create a Mother’s Day craft for less than $10 and they did an amazing job! Make Mother’s Day special on a budget and check out all of the wonderful crafts created!

Meet the Hosts

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Marie | DIY Adulation Erlene | My Pinterventures

Emily | Two Purple Couches Hil | Raising Fairies and Knights


If you are a follower of my blog you will be familiar already with my love of handprint crafts, if not, you have been warned!  As a mom of two young children I don’t get crafts made for me since I am responsible for making all the crafts.  I decided to take this into my own hands and do a family handprint craft.  “Another handprint painting” my husband said when he saw the materials out.  This is special because it includes the whole family!

Family Heart Handpring - Time for mama to take Mother's Day presents into her own hand, for under $10! Make this with your family and have a lovely keepsake on your wall.

 

Materials Needed

I had them all already, but you can find them at Dollarama for $6-10 depending on what you want to get.

  • canvas
  • paint in 4-7 colours
  • sponge
  • paintbrush

How to:

It needs to dry between paint applications so everyone played and came when I called them for their part.

  • Decide on the colours for your canvas, I choose silver, then to soften it a bit I added some white, I put drops of silver all over the canvas, and a few drops of white at the top for contrast.
  • Using a slightly damp sponge brush it across the canvas covering the whole paper (go in the same direction each stroke, aka side to side, not up and down and side to side), including the sides of the canvas.
  • Let this dry before starting the handprints, if the paint is still wet it will blend together and won’t look as clear and nice.
  • I did my handprint first, I chose purple for me and painted my hand, then placed it gently but firmly on the canvas at an angle with my fingers at the top outer and my palm slightly turned in (remember you are making a heart).   Let that dry before the next hand print.
  • Then I chose blue for my husband and painted his hand, again pressing lightly but firmly his palm next to my palm print with his fingers tilted out. Again, let it dry.
  • Next was my daughter with a pink handprint, I overlapped hers with my hubby’s and my son’s turquoise next to hers over mine.

Now we have our family heart handprints.

Optional, I wrote LOVE on it, you can paint on the words, use a Sharpie marker, or sponge letters like I did.

Family Heart Handpring - Time for mama to take Mother's Day presents into her own hand, for under $10! Make this with your family and have a lovely keepsake on your wall.

 


Before you go, be sure to check out my fellow bloggers’ projects too!

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Family-Heart-Handpring-T Get mom beach ready with these easy DIY flip-flops! Then check out the other amazing budget Mother's Day crafts to rock the holiday this year!

Are you lucky enough to get crafts from your kids?  Who helps them?  What are your favourite’s to receive?

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Family Heart Handpring - Time for mama to take Mother's Day presents into her own hand, for under $10! Make this with your family and have a lovely keepsake on your wall.

The Three Brothers Book & Craft

 

 

 

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I teamed up with a group of bloggers as part of  Read It, Make It, Book Week taking place April 11, 2016, we each chose a book and then made a craft to go along with it.  I decided to focus on the Fairy Tale “The Tale of the Three Brothers” in The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling.

If you are not familiar it is a book talked about in Harry Potter, also known as the story of the deathly hallows. I am a Harry Potter nut, and my daughter quotes lines from the movie (she’s three!) and knows some Harry Potter stuff so we decided to do a craft from the fairy tale.

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Materials Needed:

  • constuction paper
  • white glue
  • a pencil
  • sparkles
  • The Tales of Beedle the Bard Book

How to Make It:

Using the pencil draw a triangle for the invisibility cloak, inside the triangle draw a circle for the resurrection stone, and then a vertical line down the middle of the triangle for the elder wand.  Have your child help paint glue over the lines.  Now for the fun and messy part, give them a shaker of glitter and let them go nuts shaking glitter all over the glue!!

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I will warn you, the next day I was still finding glitter in my bread, hair, and tooth brush, it really gets everywhere.  But that’s half the fun right??  A nice sparkly house.

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There you have the Deathly Hallows, made into a simple craft you can make with your kids!  Start the love of Harry Potter when they are young!

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Don’t forget to check out some of the other blogger’s crafts and books in Read It Make It Book Week hosted by Emma Owl at the link below.

Check out #readitmakeit week to see 50+ crafts based on books by a group of bloggers. Click To Tweet

50 Childrens Art and Craft Ideas Themed Around Books

If you enjoy stories and crafts related to each other make sure you check out the Monthly Crafting Book Club, every month we focus on a different book and do a craft or activity related to it.  We welcome new bloggers if you want to join us!  This month we are focusing on Piggy in the Puddle, just do a craft related to the book and send it to me by April 15.

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Barnyard Dance Tambourine Craft

Come join us for the Monthly Crafting Book Club. Each month we focus on a different book and encourage early literacy by pairing it with a craft.

As part of the Monthly Crafting Book Club, the book for January is Barnyard Dance by Sandra Boyton.   If you are interested in joining click the image above for more information.

This book is a personal favourite of my family’s.  One of my best friends gave it to me at my Baby Shower for Bee (it was a Book themed one!) and I had never heard of it.  I soon fell in love with it and had it memorized I read it so much.

I have yet to see a child or adult who did not enjoy reading this book.  It has become one of my go-to shower gifts now (instead of buying a card I buy a book and sign that instead).

Here is my craft for our Monthly Crafting Book Club challenge.

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I chose to make paper plate tambourine’s with barn yard animals on them out of painted finger prints.  My daughter loves musical instruments and I knew she would love playing with these along with the book.

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Supplies Needed:

  • Paper plates
  • Beans, pasta, rice, anything that makes noise
  • Stapler or glue gun
  • Paint in various colours
  • Black marker

Instructions:

  • Have child help poor beans (or whatever) into paper plate.
  • I have little ones so didn’t want to use staples for safety reasons, and I was not having my toddler around a hot glue gun so I did the attaching party myself.
  • Next I had her put her finger in random colours of paint and make finger prints on the plate.
  • I let the prints dry then took the black marker to make faces on them all and she tried to guess what animal they were, or told me what animal she thought they should be.
  • On the second one I just had her do yellow finger prints and made them all into chicks, in truth I like this one best.
  • Then I wrote some barn yard lyrics on the tambourines and we were done!

My one-year-old loved them the best, he loves banging them off things and making as much noise as possible.  My almost three-year-old just wanted to break them and get the beans out, but she held off long enough so we could read the Barnyard Dance  book and sing along to our own tune while shaking our tambourines.

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Don’t forget to check out the round-up below for the other crafts done by bloggers also participating in the Monthly Crafting Book Club for January.

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What is your child’s favorite book to read right now?  Please comment below with any suggestions of books you want to see featured at our monthly crafting book club posts.

 

Check out these awesome Barnyard Dance Crafts from fellow bloggers here:

 

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G is for Garden

A group of 26 bloggers got together for the Kids Crafts from A to Z Blog Hop hosted by Playdough and Popsicles.  Everyone chose a letter and was to come up with a craft that corresponded with that letter.

I had to come up with a G craft, after thinking of a few I asked my toddler what started with “G”, she immediately said garden, so we did a garden craft.

G is for Gardens - G is for Garden.  Come see this easy to make Garden craft made out of recycled materials that your toddler is sure to love making.

Supplies Needed:

  • Egg carton
  • Popsicle stick
  • Paint (brown, green, and various ones for the flowers)
  • Paint brushes

Method:

  • Have the adult do this part, cut the bottom of the egg carton in half, leave half together for the soil part to use as a base, cut up the other cups into individual ones.
  • I had my toddler choose what colour she wanted each flower to be and had her paint the cups.  I helped “touch it up” at the end.
  • We used brown paint for the soil and painted the other half of the egg carton with that.
  • We painted all the Popsicle sticks green.  We let everything dry overnight (or until we had time to go back).
  • I used a knife as I found it easier, I poked holes in all the egg carton tops (soil and flower) so it was easier to slide the Popsicle stick in, then put the flower at the top.

Voila!  Admire your beautiful garden!

Come use #recycled materials to make this pretty Tulip Garden #craft with your toddler Click To Tweet

What craft would you have done for a “G”?  Please comment below.

G is for Gardens - G is for Garden.  Come see this easy to make Garden craft made out of recycled materials that your toddler is sure to love making.

Don’t forget to check out all the other crafts of the alphabet from the other amazing bloggers participating in the Kids Crafts from A to Z Blog Hop.

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Places I Link Up To

I love to party and link-up parties are a great place to meet other bloggers and connect.  Link parties remind me of a big random Pinterest page!


Here are the Link Parties that I host, come link up and be seen

 

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I also host a monthly challenge, if you do kids crafts or focus on children’s literacy then you should join us!  Join the FACEBOOK group.

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Here are the places I link up:

Monday

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Live by 8:30

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Live by 9 pm Sunday

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Tuesday

 

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Opens Tuesday at 7:00 am

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Monday at 8:00 pm

Wednesday

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Up Tuesday by 7:30 – 8 pm

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Friday

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Available Thursday night

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Up live by 8:30 Thursday

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Live Thursday nights at 8:30 pm

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Live by 9:45 Thursday

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Live Friday morning around 8:30-9:00 am

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Saturday

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I also participate in these special parties & challenges:

 

 

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Completed Challenges:

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