Games

“When I was a kid”… boy, that sounds like something your dad would start out a conversation with when he was trying to make a point of “how easy you kids got it today”, right?  Let’s try this again… “back when I was a child” (sounds better, right?) all we needed was a piece of chalk,Read More →

As always, I want to thank everyone for entering the Hopscotch Game Giveaway, and give a truly heartfelt thank you to Debbie, at A Child's Dream, for supporting our efforts here at Wee Folk Art and for her generosity to our readers. So, without further ado (don't you love the wordRead More →

EDIT: The winner for this giveaway can be found HERE. Now, it's our turn to give Debbie, over at A Child's Dream, a big hug!  She will be donating toys over to summer to make our "In the Good Old Summertime" a summer to remember! This week she is givingRead More →

We grew up in little house in a large subdivision. These “subs” were popping up in the shadows of large cities all over America. They were the product of the post World War II Baby Boom. My siblings and I were born at the tail end of the boom, but our childhood, andRead More →

First off… as always, must send our thanks to Sarah at Bella Luna Toys. Her generosity never ceases to amaze me. Then, we'd like to thank everyone that entered. Remember, if you don't win today, we are having at least 1 giveaway a week throughout the summer. Hopefully, you'll getRead More →

In the summertime I could spend hours playing Jacks. And when I talk Jacks, I must talk Grandma Pearl. My Grandma Pearl taught me many things, including how to knit, BUT as a child, I was most impressed with her Jack playing expertise. This old lady was a Jack playing wizard! When she pulledRead More →

In this first installment of In The Good Old Summertime series I will be sharing a handful of rhymes. You will notice as we go along that I will be sharing many different rhymes. Unfortunately, today many children know few or no rhymes. It truly is a shame because learning rhymesRead More →