Showing posts with label egg. Show all posts
Showing posts with label egg. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

The Art of Pysanky Displaying Creativity on Eggs

pysanky
Few years ago for the first time I tried the beautiful art of Pysanky. I like how this art gives us a different canvas to work on - eggs! And how it requires us to display patience and give a little bit of thought in to how we want the colours to show as we work with a variety of special dyes and layers of wax. I am excited that we can now purchase the unique line of essential tools and supplies for this art that are made in made in Canada easily from Ukrainian Egg-Cessories.

Thursday, April 9, 2015

DohVinci Eggs

DohVinci decorated Eggs
My children enjoy using DohVinci to decorate. They decorated eggshells with DohVinci. It is a wonderful activity to do during spring and talk about nature, birds, different types of eggs, and more. To do this fun project we used...

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Decorating Eggs and Celebrating the Joy of Spring with Kinder

Everyone in my family loves spring! Although, we don't celebrate Easter we enjoy decorating eggs, and each year I like to explore different techniques. My children join me during this craft/ science activity. This year, we explored the Ukrainian method of painting eggs called pysanky. This Eastern European art of egg decorating is similar to batik, and the method requires the use of wax and dye.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Ukrainian Method of Decorating Eggs or Pysanky

pysanky
Ukrainian method of painting eggs called pysanky. This Eastern European art of egg decorating is similar to batik, and the method requires the use of wax and special dye.

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Fun melted crayon egg decoration

These eggs are fun and easy to decorate using crayon shavings, to do this activity you will need...

different coloured crayons
crayon sharpener
hard boiled hot eggs
newspaper to protect the surface

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Fresh from the Field Riverdale farm event

Did you know 60% of Ontario's younger generation is unaware of where their food comes from?  As a reason, Farmers Feed Cities has taken initiative to educate people about farms.  My family and I were invited to Riverdale farm to learn about farm life, visit the farm animals, to play interactive games and to speak with farmers.

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Fun with Jake and the Never Land pirates


Ahoy! Mates,

Jake and the Never Land pirates: Peter Pan returns is available on DVD since April 3rd; it has over 2 hours of special features.
This story is about Peter Pan's missing shadow. While Peter was playing the game Catch-me-if-you-can, he looses his shadow and Captain hook takes it. He goes to ask his friend Jake's help. His friends Izzy, Cubby and parrot Skully join to work as a team to find Peter's shadow. Peter needed his shadow to fly so he had to get it back from captain hook.
This is a lovely movie with lots of songs to keep the children entertained while you are doing some spring cleaning and catching up :)
Painting egg shells. This could be a lovely activity for anytime of the year.
To make these Pirate eggs we need to remove the inside yolk and white. First shake the egg carefully, then use a sharp skewer or fork and pierce the narrow end of the egg. Make the pierced part a little big, place a bowl and invert the egg to remove the inside and save it for cooking.
Wash and let the eggshell dry upside down.
We painted these eggshells using sharpie pens.
To make holders
Cut a strip of light board or construction paper about 1" wide, for the length measure the circumference of one side of the egg.
Decorate the strip.
Then slit 1/2" on one corner of the strip from the top and for the other corner cut from the bottom 1/2" (click on the above picture and look closer).
The slits should go into each other and attach.
In the 2nd linked image there are pirate themed printable egg holders.
Free printable Disney activities. Click on the image to download and print.


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Sunday, March 4, 2012

Think outside of the box with Hasbro



Spring is almost here and many of will be buying egg shaped chocolates for the little ones to give as gifts and to stuff baskets. Instead of giving chocolates why not give play-doh that comes in an egg shape container.


This play-doh comes in cute containers shaped like a bunny and a chick, which also has the stamp on the bottom to create chicks and carrots.

Mr. Potato head is always a favourite with little ones over the age of 2.

Think outside the basket this year :)


I created this image using my memories scrapbook software which I won from Creative mind. Thank you Khadija.

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Thursday, March 3, 2011

French toast


Making french toast is simple, healthy and a wonderful start for the day.

What you need...

4 to 6 slices of bread
1 egg
1/2 cup milk
1 to 2 tbsp butter or margarine

Beat the egg and milk with a whisk.

Heat an omelette pan to medium high heat. Dip or soak the bread for a minute to coat each side, put a dab of butter on each side of the bread before putting on the heated pan.
Ask an adult for help when using the cooker. Cook layering the soaked bread a slice or two at a time depending on the pan. Flip and cook the other side. Sprinkle sugar if needed and serve warm on its own or with fruit.

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Saturday, February 26, 2011

Boiled egg for a quick breakfast


Sometimes simple is best... what you need for this quick healthy breakfast.

Ask an adult for help when using the cooker or cutting.

2 eggs
salt and pepper to taste
2 cups of water to boil
1 cup of cold water to cool the eggs

Boil the egg for about 10 to 12 minutes with water. After offing the cooker leave the eggs for 5 minutes. When it is cool and safe to handle put the boiled eggs in a bowl and put a cup of cold water in it.
When it is cold enough, roll the eggs in-between your palms so the hard shell comes off easily.

After removing from the shell cut the egg with a butter knife. Sprinkle a little bit of pepper and salt. Eat while it is warm with toast or all on its own.

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