St Lucia Crafts for Catholic Kids

Looking for St Lucy crafts to enjoy with your children this Advent season? These are simple, but some of our favorites.

Ready to bring some light to the dark days of December? Let’s celebrate the feast day of St. Lucia! (don’t miss our Catholic Advent crafts for kids  with more ideas on celebrating this liturgical season)   St Lucia Scissor Craft First, we worked on these simple crafts about St Lucia to help the boys with their scissor […]

Gift Ideas for Preschool Boys

gift ideas for preschool boys

Preschool boys are so much fun, even when they’re being loud and boisterous. I’ve gathered my gift ideas for preschool boys – perfect for Christmas, Hanukkah, birthdays and more! (These toys,games and books are best suited for boys ages 3-8, but your mileage may vary. My twins are six, and would welcome any of the […]

Easy Peasy Saint Nicholas Crafts for Catholic Preschoolers

Looking for St Nicholas crafts for your Catholic family? These Saint Nicholas chocolate coins are easy peasy!

Are you ready to start planning your Saint Nicholas crafts? We’re going to be visiting one of our Orthodox Christian friends for the feast day, and I’m so excited! My kids have been exploring all of our Catholic Advent crafts for kids and they wanted some special activities to get ready for this special day. […]

Amazing Help for Homeschool Families: Virtual Field Trips

If you asked my children their favorite part of homeschooling, they will always answer, “FIELD TRIPS!” I used to be a rock star homeschool mom, planning playdates and field trips at least a few times a month. That was when I was still on my A game. Now, as I juggle working outside the home […]

20 Amazingly Simple Catholic Advent Crafts for Kids

Advent crafts for Catholic Kids

It’s the time of year to grab your supplies and get busy creating Catholic Advent crafts for your family! My kids have been busy going through my Pinterest boards and deciding on their favorites. We have enough ideas to celebrate all the way through the 12 days of Christmas, and then on to the Epiphany. […]