Mommy Moments – Creative Sessions

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On April 22, we celebrate Earth Day. We all know that the Earth is changing and we all need one another’s help in properly caring for our world. We have taught the kids early on that it is important to reduce, reuse and recycle. So here at home, most of the projects they make are made of recycled materials like tissue paper rolls, used bottles, cartons and other stuff that they can find in the house. I am actually amazed by their creativity in creating crafts out of the recycled materials. Creative sessions like these don’t need to be expensive at all and they give my kids hours of fun!

Here is one of their projects together, using old boxes to create cars and buildings.

I love it whenever they do “creative sessions” together. Aside from unleashing their resourcefulness and creativity, they are able to help tidy up the house of junk and they cooperate together. Hours can pass by while they do these projects together. It develops cooperation, diligence, resourcefulness and creativity.

Do you have any recent proud mommy moment you’d like to share?


  1. It’s good to teach our kids the value of recycling, reducing and reusing to help save Mother Earth. Like your kids, my son has his “creative moments” too. That’s when he’ll ask his Dad to allow him to transform his old shoe boxes into various art forms. I like it when he does these things. It’s so much better than just sitting in front of the laptop or watching TV. Creative sessions like these unleash our kids’ creativity and innovation.

  2. So many values touched in one project. It’s great to find kids being taught right. It’s inspirational actually. Good job, Chris, as always.

  3. That is very creative!

  4. Your kids seem to have a knack for the arts. 🙂

  5. this is definitely one great activity to keep kids busy this summer 🙂

  6. its really nice to do something out of recycled materials, and they are doing a great job! i am keeping tissue rolls, egg trays and alike, too…CJ himself keeping boxes, or if its too much already, some of our stuff like that, binibigay namin sa staff dito sa apartment and they are earning something from it by selling. joining again, have a great week and thanks for hosting! 🙂

  7. wow your kids are really artistic and creative.. I suggest to submit their art work to disney channel art attack show

  8. we’ll try this one out. we have so many boxes lying around and i’m sure the boys would love to make a car just like what your kids did.

  9. That is really a nice way to help mother nature! I love recycling too especially empty bottles, you can do so many things with them. A little decorations here and there and wahhlaahh, you have you a handmade jar. You can check out this link, this is just one that I made!


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