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Easter is just a few weeks away! If you celebrate, you probably have a big mid-day meal, but the kids need some entertainment too! Here are some my favorite Easter crafts that I’ve found from all over the web. Try them with your kids to add some excitement and adventure to their day. 1. Confetti Eggs What you need Eggs (raw) Food Coloring Vinegar Bowls Large Spoon Egg Cartons Confetti (or small pieces of paper torn up) Tape White Glue Instructions Blow out the eggs. Click here for instructions. Gently place the...

Gardening isn’t a popular hobby these days, especially for children. It’s tough work and takes a while to see results. But it’s also enormously satisfying to eat a salad of something you grew yourself. Gardening is a great way to teach the importance of hard work and patience. It’s also a fantastic way to improve your organic lifestyle because you can bring those homegrown, 100% safe foods into your kitchen. Here are six tips to start a garden with your kids. 1. Pick easy plants – Some plants take considerably...

Even if your kids aren’t at the age where they are asking to spend time with their friends, you might find it good for your child’s development to schedule some play dates. It will give your kids a chance to socialize with someone new and maybe learn a few things. If you’re at a loss with what to do with the kids, here are some ideas. Hold an arts and crafts session. Many kids like a little direction. Set up some crafts that are appropriate to the children’s ages. They should...

When your baby is about to walk, it's an exciting time for your family. Walking means independence and freedom; your little one is about to start traveling all over your house. Soon he/she will be demanding trips outside or to the playground. Remember not to push your child. Every kid walks when they are ready so you don't want to create stress during this exciting time, but here's how you can gently help. 1. Go barefoot. When you’re at home, leave your child barefoot, even without socks. Let her feel...

As the weather cools off, you’ll start looking for indoor activities for your children. Arts and crafts are always fun because once you’re finished, you have a keepsake to hang on the fridge or a bedroom wall. Below are some simple arts and crafts that you can do with your toddler, even if he or she doesn’t have much skill. Click each link to read a more detailed explanation with steps. 1. Homemade Play Dough Play dough is a great toy to help your kids develop their fine motor skills. This...

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