Saturday, April 25, 2015

Take the Family Time Survey

Hi Friends! I've got a huge favor to ask you. I've got a quick 8 question survey that I would love for you to fill out. 


Why the survey? I'm trying to get to know you better so I can help you better. More specifically, I'm focusing on family time. Are you getting enough and how can I help you maximize your time?

What are you getting? Well, you'll definitely get my sincere thanks. Thank you. Plus, I hope to provide you with more of the types of activities you want - in the format you want. The more people who take the survey, the better the information I'll have.

Click the button below to take the survey. Remember, it's short and shouldn't take much of your time. Thank you!!





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Friday, April 24, 2015

Family Night Fun with Kitchen Table Passport


Here at the Creative Family household, we're big fans of family night. In fact, the whole purpose of this blog is to encourage families and to give you great ideas for family times. So when Kitchen Table Passport contacted me about reviewing their product, I had to say yes.

Kitchen Table Passport is monthly subscription box designed to help you explore a new corner of the world. They give you everything you need for a themed dinner. Our box was all about Japan.

Disclosure: Kitchen Table Passports provided me a product in exchange for a review. All opinions are my own.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

3 Easy Ways to Practice Sight Words


Are you knee-deep in sight word practice? We certainly are. With a kindergartner and a second grader, it's a big part of their reading practice. Our teachers are always telling us to practice at home with our kids, which leads to the question... how can I practice at home?

A quick search on Pinterest will lead you to a million ideas. Many of these are fun and your kids will absolutely love them. But, sometimes your day calls for simple. I've got three of the easiest ideas ever for sight word practice in this post. Keep them in your back pocket, you'll use them often.

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Monday, April 20, 2015

Colorful Buildings Paper Collages: Exploring Argentina Through Art


We headed to South America for stop 7 in Project: Around the World to visit Argentina. Argentina is a vast country, the second largest in South America, and there were so many fascinating things to choose for inspiration. (See Argentina on a map here.) Would it be the pampas, which are the fertile grasslands, or the Andes Mountains? Would it be the tango, the dance that originated in Argentina, or the gauchos, the native cowboy of the pampas? We ended up using a small slice of Argentine life, the colorful buildings in the neighborhood of La Boca in Buenos Aires for inspiration. 

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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Play and Learn With a Hundred Chart


Don't think I'm crazy, but I really believe that hundred charts can be tons of fun. It's a perfect base for any number of math games. 

Why the hundred chart? Well, it's an important math tool in the elementary years. It's a map that shows number order and highlights patterns among the number. I got down to basics in my Math Homework 101: The Hundred Chart post. Check it out for the low down and to get your own printable hundred chart. 

The hundred chart is not just for school. You can use it at home in all sorts of fun ways to help your child review math. You can absolutely have fun with it and your kids will be learning a ton in the process. 

Here are some great hundred chart ideas I found on some of my favorite blogs.