I hope you checked in to see Kenzie’s rainbow party. If not, check it out now. I like the thought of Kenzie being involved as much as she can in sending out her rainbow thank you cards. Therefore we took out our paint dotters and made these super simple cards. Anyone else think these paint dotters were the best preschool craft invention? They were easy for the girls to do themselves, and I am pleased with the outcome. All you do is take the paint dotters and pull them along the paper in rainbow order.
Thanks so much for your bathtub glow stick idea!! I added to my list of fun activities and gave you linky love!~!
Gianne at cowsgomooandducksgoquack.blogspot.com
Thanks so much! Glad you guys had fun with it. I saw that you did a Bible Lesson on Self Control. If you want some more and don’t know already, there are a number of self control lessons on my blog. Since there are a few, you could just search on my blog for “self control.” Just thought it might be helpful! Blessings in all you are doing.
I love this Jodi! What a wonderful art project while teaching them about etiquette and gratefulness! I think you are a pretty amazing mama from what I can see in just one post! My little girl is now 15, but she loved to do arts and crafts when she was younger and I miss that! Hope your week is beautiful! Angie xo
Thank you so much, Angie. I appreciate your thoughtful comments and am excited that you’re following along now.
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