Crafts For Kids Who Love Little Critters

Spring is here, and all kinds of little creatures are coming to life. Our yard is full of ladybugs and little caterpillars that will soon be making their transition to butterflies—they never cease to delight my kids. And another thing that always seems to entertain little ones is a cardboard toilet paper tube! For whatever reason, kids always want to keep and play

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WHO Loves a Great Dr. Seuss Activity? We Do!

Super mom Emily Klaparda recently celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday with her kids with a fun-filled week of Dr. Seuss activities! Of course, these activities can be used any time of the year, whether it be for a birthday party activity or just a fun project for the kids to work on. I know my kids love it when I break out

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Making Memories with Play-Doh

One of my own favorite childhood memories is sitting around the table, playing with Play-Doh. I want to recreate that special feeling with my kids and use it as an opportunity to play with them, see their imaginations soar and get them to open up a bit more—something more than our “How was school today?” “Ummm, okay” routine.

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A Holiday Printable Placemat Ready for Your Kids to Decorate

This post has been sponsored by Airheads. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The holidays are approaching quickly, and we love coming up with festive activities and crafts for hands-on projects with our littles. Our kids love to craft, and instead of our typical cookie decorating, we decided to change things up a bit. We love to design printables, so we

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How to Make Thanksgiving Fun for Kids

Let’s face it, Thanksgiving can be a tough sell for little kids. Wait, no presents? No candy? Not even a song to sing? Add in a picky eater, and Thanksgiving can make some kids the furthest from thankful. Now we know Thanksgiving is all about being grateful, and we think with a little bit of effort, you can get your

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Make Your Scooter-Loving Kid the Happiest One on Three Wheels

My daughter turned into a scooting machine this summer. Every time I asked her if she wanted to go outside to play, her first question would be, “Can I please do my scooter?” Needless to say, she has become the fastest three-year-old in the neighborhood on three wheels, and I think it’s about time to trade in her very well-loved

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