By Cathy Saunders, Director of Education, Providence Children’s Museum I started school in the early 70s, a white child in a Boston suburban school that had integrated busing. I wondered what it would be like to have an hour-long bus ride to school, but I gave no thought to why other students traveled so far […]
As the temperatures drop, try your hand at making some nature-inspired sun catchers to decorate your windows. Using a tub, box of any kind, collect some nature bits, pop in tub and fill with water (which could also include food coloring if you wish). You can also include some string or yarn to be used […]
Are we the only New Englanders who are ready for some for some of the white stuff to fall? In lieu of the real thing, try making these fun, pasta snowflakes from Amy’s Sandblog. Paint pasta shapes white or with glitter and glue together to make snowflakes. They look lovely hung at a window!