Wonder how they make those popping boba beads at your local for-yo shop? Do your kids love them as much as mine do? Well, wonder no more. Not only is this an awesome science experiment, but it’s a simple one, too!
Need something easy and fun to do with your kids? These kids activities require very few supplies, make little mess and are fun for you and your kids!
Your daughter wants an American Girl doll, but you hesitate.
Will she appreciate it?
Will she use it?
It’s such a large investment! Have no fear. Here’s how to guarantee that your daughter will take care of her new friend and appreciate for years to come.
We all want to do fun stuff to do with our kids – but many times the kids activities we find are too complicated and require way too much work. Not these!
Using dish soap and a few common kitchen ingredients, you can create amazing dish soap science projects that your kids will talk about for days to come.
Want to start your child’s love of travel early? You can teach your preschooler about the world with these three simple methods.
Who knew that you could make silly putty from two ingredients?
Want some easy kid football crafts for game day? These five activities will keep kids happy throughout the entire game!
Want to go beyond the typical candy for your child’s class valentines this year? Move over silly putty. Make your own Valentine Silly Slime for your kid’s treats. Not only will you both have fun creating it, but it’s also a great way to science!! (yes, I just used science as a verb).
Teaching thankfulness to kids can be tough. It’s more than just saying thank you. Instead, it cretaing those feelings of gratitude by learning that we all have unique privileges that not everyone gets to experience.
Even though I’m 34, Halloween still turns me into a giddy little kid. Seeing the festivities through my kids eyes amps up my excitement even more! Right? Do you love going to the pumpkin farm? Carving Jack-o-lanterns?
There are so many fall activities and so much fun, where do you start?
How about at the beginning of October with an activity guaranteed to bring the whole neighborhood together?
Remember your first Easter Egg hunt? Searching high and low for multi-colored eggs and then cracking each one open to discover what’s inside? Maybe it was a few pieces of candy or some coins?
From the joy that you feel when your toddler finds his first egg to the trickery involved in hiding eggs from your second grader, the egg hunt is as much fun for adults as it is for kids! Here’s how to make sure that your hunt is the best possible this Easter!
I also have a printable list with 30+ ideas of what to put inside your Easter Eggs plus 30+ ideas on “EGG-cellent” hiding places.