One of the projects my kids have LOVED this summer is the good ole baking soda and Vinegar science lesson. We added a little food coloring for some added fun and an artsy twist. Just grab a baking pan and pour in some baking soda. Grab an empty egg carton (make sure there are no holes) and pour some vinegar in each egg cradle. Add a little food coloring. Give your kids an eye dropper or a teaspoon works too. Seriously, they played with this forever. :)
We also found an art project on Pinterest that was a lot of fun too. Chalk in My Pocket was the website. We used regular ole Elmers glue and a canvas board.
I've also been working on a couple of petal quilt tops. They're so dainty and pretty. :)
My Little Ladybug gave me a tiny, little plant for Mother's Day. She had prepared it in her First Grade Class. (She had an AWESOME First Grade Teacher!!) She had decorated a styrofoam cup and she presented it to me with such love and pride. My heart melted. Actually, they make my heart melt on a daily basis, I love them so much. It took awhile, but it bloomed! so pretty.