Update: This is today! The Teddy Bear's Picnic, presented by the Children's Hospital Foundation, is a Winnipeg tradition. For over 30 years, children, families and stuffed animals have taken over Assiniboine Park for one of the largest children's festivals in the province. And, even though the Picnic had a reputation for getting rained on, it was an event that really kicked off the summer festival season. This was to be the 34th Annual Teddy Bear's Picnic but, like many event
By now, you’re probably tired of hearing about what a challenging time this is. With the province starting to loosen regulations and guidelines on social distancing, the staff of CCC would like to offer you some help.
Campus Children’s Centre is organizing a Respite Care/Babysitting Matchmaking Service. Here’s how it works:
If you are searching for care, you can email Dan at ToddlersRoomCCC@gmail.com . Include your name and your children; your contact info
Instructions I found on how to make an Origami Crab. Origami can be difficult for a lot of children, but with some help from parents it can be a fun activity and a great way to learn and develop fine motor skills.
Fizzy art is a fun activity for the kids that combines science with colorful process art. It only requires a few basic supplies. Supplies: · Baking soda · Cups for fizzy paint · Cardstock or watercolor paper · Art tray or baking sheet · Liquid watercolors or food coloring · Paint brushes · Pipettes · Vinegar Directions: Step 1: mix a spoonful of baking soda and liquid water colors together in a cup to create a paste. Step 2: Place a sheet of watercolor paper or card stock on
This here is a delicious snack that you can make with your kids! It allows you to spend quality time with your kids that can be educational too. It allows them to help you measure, learn different foods and food groups while also helping them learn how to make something that they can enjoy at the end! INGREDIENTS: 2 large eggs 1 1/3 cup (280 g) sugar 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 3 cups (packed) grated fresh zucchini 3/4 cup unsalted butter, melted 2 3/4 cups (400 g) all-purpos
To do this experiment you need the following
1 cup of oil 1/2 cup of water food colouring and 1 tablet of alka seltzer In your clear container...pour in oil and water...then add 5 drops of food colouring of your choice. Now with your parent's help drop in one tablet of alka-seltzer and watch what happens.
It is like an erupting volcano.....have fun
This is a creamy risotto with a salty Parmesan topped with sweet roasted shrimp it’s just delicious !I think your whole family will really love it! Ingredients
1 pound large raw shrimp
1 tablespoon olive oil
Freshly ground black pepper
8 cups low sodium chicken broth
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
One small white onion diced
4 cloves garlic minced
2 cups Arborio rice
1/2 Cup dry white wine
1 1/2 cups grated Parmesan cheese
1 cup finally cho
Crafts are the perfect way to keep your kids occupied in the summer. And crafts that they can play with are even better. That is why you will love this adorable popsicle stick boat craft for kids. It is easy to put together and perfect for fun water play, too. I will share with you how to make some popsicle stick boats. (Also, you get to eat all the popsicles first - Dan) Materials you will need: popsicle sticks scissors hard paper (for sail) a hot glue gun wood craft cube Wa
I love to grow plants at my apartment and at the centre. Here is some advice on how to grow Mango Seeds. 1. Remove the Husk/Seed from the Mango 2. Clean and Dry the Husk Next you want to gently scrub off the pulp/stringy bits of mango fruit from the husk. The purpose of this step is simply to help the husk dry faster and make it easier to cut open. You can hold the husk under tap water and use a soft scrub brush to push the pulp off. Or, very carefully scrape it off with a sm