Royal Activities

Do you have a little princess of your own who likes to play with crafts AND read books? Then this week is going to be right up your alley, and there won’t be a single crystal-blue-sparkle in sight! Well, maybe one or two sparkles…

1) TP Roll Castle

 

 

2) A slew of activities for The Worst Princess (another great princess book!)

 

3) Shields for The Knight and the Dragon

 

 

4) Paper Bag Crowns

 

5) Or if you’re feeling a bit more fairie… Paper Bag Tiaras

 

Happy crafting!
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A Party Fit for a Princess

Is there anything more fun than hosting a party for a group of lovely princesses? If there is, we don’t know what it is yet! But before any princess goes to a party, she has to get ready!

First we made “facial masks” with lemon, cucumber, and honey…

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Then afterwards we put on our beautiful dresses and painted our nails! Next we created wonderful cakes for our party…

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Then we listened to the story of Cinderella! Was Cinderella going to be able to outsmart her evil stepmother and silly stepsisters? We were on the edge of our seats waiting to find out!

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After storytime we had some great snacks, like cookies shaped like teddy bears and lemonade.

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Then as a way to commemorate our wonderful time we decorated our own pillow dolls to look like our favorite princesses!

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The party was wonderful and glamorous, but we couldn’t have done it without our beautiful princesses!

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Storytelling: The Princess and the Pea

This weekend we were proud to introduce the newest storyteller on our team: our very own Buse Özel!

DSC_0157She did an excellent job of telling the Turkish version of The Princess and the Pea! Afterwards, our visiting princesses made their own facial masks…

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Then they even made their own pillows, just in case they get lost in a storm like the princess in our story!

DSC_0175Don’t you just love how wonderful our little princesses are? I know we do!

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