Ideas for July 4th Activities for Kids that don’t like Fireworks

Stella is not a huge fan of fireworks. The loud, sudden noises overwhelm her.  And while we have come up with ways that she can see fireworks without the noise (watch from the car with music on or wear headphones) - I wanted to find a couple of activities to make the day special without... Continue Reading →

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5 Activities for a Ready Player One Event

Ready Player One, a book written by Ernest Cline, was adapted for a movie and shown on screens in 2018. Listed in Goodreads.com Best Science Fiction Novel of the 21st Century, it is become a popular Dystopian novel for both Young Adults and Adults - especially anyone that claims to be a "Child of the... Continue Reading →

Activity for Sight Words – Freebie of the Week

Each week Project Stella Resources offers and Exclusive Freebie item. This week we are taking a look at sight words. You can download our Summer Sight Words Packet here: SummerSightWordsPracticeSheets In addition to the practice sheets, I have put pictures below of other sight word activities that kept Stella interested and engaged in learning them... Continue Reading →

Planning a Harry Potter Party: Food, Decor, & Activities

It's been over two years since Stella was introduced to Harry Potter. We've watched all the movies, read the books, visited the Wizarding World at Universal Studios Hollywood, and have had our share of Harry Potter activities and parties. Here are a couple of our Must-Haves. All are done on a budget!

Steps to creating the Best Slime EVER!

I don't know about you but the SLIME CRAZE has taken over our home. Whenever Stella has a spare moment it is used for either looking up videos of other kids making slime or trying it out herself. Unfortunately - the slime trial and error has ended in tears time and time again. BUT today we met with success!  And here are the instructions according to Stella.

The Best Slime EVER! – According to Stella, age 9

I don't know about you but the SLIME CRAZE has taken over our home. Whenever Stella has a spare moment it is used for either looking up videos of other kids making slime or trying it out herself. Unfortunately - the slime trial and error has ended in tears time and time again. BUT today we met with success!  And here are the instructions according to Stella.

PhilanthroParties Book Review

I recently found a copy of the book PhilanthroParties: A Party-Planning Guide for Kids who Want to Give Back at our local library.  I was excited to see this book as I was talking with another mom about our daughters getting to an age where they no longer desire gifts at Birthday parties but want to do something a little different.  This book is all about parties with a purpose.

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