This last week my son got to have a day devoted to Science experiments. His teachers put together the 1st Annual 5th Grade Science Day at school…and it was a hit! They made play-dough, volcanoes, lava lamps, bouncy balls, floated ketchup and made raisins bounce. What a great idea to have 5th grade students learn by making messes and getting their hands dirty. Talk about hands-on learning!
Disclosure: I received a free product to test for this review. Recently my family had the opportunity to go to the LEGO KidsFest in Louisville. While we were there, we saw BISSELL representatives showing a special sweeper that is helping parents everywhere clean up LEGO bricks! You know me! I had to try this thing. So I contacted BISSELL and they agreed to send me a BISSELL Perfect Sweep Turbo to try out. This thing has become a valuable part of our daily routine.
We took our Yorkie to the groomers a few weeks ago and we were thrilled with how he smelled and looked. My boys were worried the groomer would send him home with a bow. But instead, he came home with an adorable bandana. We were thrilled with how cute he looked. I decided to see if I could make one. It was so easy to make that I wanted to share how to make a dog bandana. I think I’ll make a few more to let our dog celebrate the different holidays.
Cassie Lockwood is struggling to figure out where she really belongs. She wants to make her own way and earn money to help the Engrstrom Ranch succeed, but she is feeling the pressure to marry Lucas Engstrom. When Lucas runs off and abandons his family, Cassie decides it’s time to get her shooting arm back in shape and do what she does best – be a sharp shooting star in a Wild West Show. A Place to Belong is a satisfying conclusion to the Wild West Wind series by Lauraine Snelling.
We have all had it happen! The dreaded moment when the elastic comes out of our pants and they will no longer stay where they belong. And it gets worse! You know those wonderful kid’s shorts and pants that come with the elastic waist and have the button? Now you adjust them to fit your child – no matter how loose or tight they want them. It’s all wonderful until the elastic comes out as you’re heading out the door to school and now they no longer fit. Here’s a quick tutorial to help you rescue the day and learn how to re-thread elastic.