It’s wonderful to spend a day with the kids! But, you look at the weather forecast and notice that it’s going to rain alllll day long — ugh. What could you possibly do cooped up inside with these crazy kids?
If you’ve run out of ideas on how to keep the kids entertained on a rainy day, why not try some craft projects that everyone can enjoy? Continue reading to find ten amazing craft ideas to try out.
Made primarily of blocks of wood, Marisol’s sculptors combine painting and figurative drawing with found objects — such as the sneakers and door in The Family (1962). “In the beginning,” the artist explained, “I drew on a piece of wood because I was going to carve it, and then I noticed that I didn’t have to carve it, because it looked as if it was carved already.”
Many people aren’t sure how safe CBD is, or how well it works, especially when it comes to administering it to children. So far, there is only one drug made from marijuana that the Food and Drug Administration has approved; Epidiolex, which is used to treat patients 2 years and older who suffer from a very rare form of epilepsy.
When I was a kid, household appliances were not designed to also be cute, just because they were meant to be used by children. Specifically, I recall a humidifier that we had to have in the bedroom I shared with my brother when we were probably 3 and 4 years old respectively, because he suffered from asthma. That thing looked like a spacecraft from War of The Worlds — and while it might have relievedmy brother’s breathing difficulties, it was pure nightmare-fuel for me.
If only Crane humidifiers had existed in the sixties, my parent’s might have been inclined to purchase a model from their Adorableline — featuring, well, adorable animal-shaped, multi-function humidifiers — thus sparing my tender psyche from an enduring trauma. Because, seriously, how darn cute is a little pink Unicorn?
It’s times like this — spotting a children’s book entitled Mommy, Why Is Your Hair Pink? — that I almost regret (but not really) never having kids, because this book was made for pink-haired ladies like me! The book’s author is Shannon Bahake Happe with illustrations by Ingrid Ochoa. Find out more about Shannon, and buy the book, at This Link!