Showing posts from December, 2022

5 Amazing Hidden Gems In Texas

Texas is brimming with incredible and exciting cities to discover. If, on the other hand, you enjoy discovering spectacular and interesting places that few others have discovered, these amazing Texas gems are sure to be right up your alley. You can take your children and have fun there.: Terlingua:  Located near the Rio Grande, almost in Mexico, this silver mining ghost town is mainly popular with those visiting Big Bend National Park. This silver mining ghost town near the Rio Grande, almost in Mexico, is mostly visited by visitors to Big Bend National Park. It has a number of restaurants, bars, unique lodging options, art galleries, and a gift shop, as well as some unusual attractions like a sand-locked submarine and a pirate ship. Willow city loop:  This spectacular 20-mile stretch of road winds through the lush, green hills of Gillespie County in the Texas Hill Country, with the narrow two-lane Ranch Road winding for 13 miles through some of the most unique, and oldest, geology in

Simple Christmas Tree DIY For Kids

As Christmas approaches, some do-it-yourself projects are in order. Christmas is exciting for children because it is full of gifts, trees, Santa Claus, gnomes, Christmas tree decorations, baking cake, pastry, and so on. 3D Paper Christmas tree craft for kids step by step: 1. Assemble your materials Green construction paper(any color) scissors(kids should use under the supervision of parents) A marker Clear tape Decorations for your tree(glitters, stickers, ribbon-colored paper, etc) Craft glue(to fix the decorations) A hot glue gun(to fix the topper)(optional). 2. Cut two identical tree shapes out of construction paper. 3. Cut slits in the tree shapes for joining them together. 4. Join the two shapes and form the tree. Have fun decorating your tree. A simple activity blog by Children's Park North, Daycare and Preschool in Rockwall , Texas, USA