Remember Chia Pets? I never had one of my own, but I remember how cool they looked in commercials during Saturday morning cartoons. It seems that they are making a comeback, and my kids started asking for their own Chia Pets recently. I thought surely we could make something similar that would be more fun and much cheaper too.
No spend weekends are hard, but they are even harder in the winter time when it is too cold to…
It is never easy when children get cooped up inside for days on end. Siblings begin to bicker, children get bored and act out, and things get broken due to inappropriate rambunctious play.
I know my children are much happier (and more pleasant to be around) when they can get outside every day.
Bitter cold winter and several days in a row of being cooped up inside makes for wild and irritable children. Often a few simple suggestions of activities from Mom can start a full afternoon of imaginative play. Since I work from home, I’m always looking for independent indoor activities for kids that will keep them happy and occupied on cold winter days. Today I’m sharing some of my children’s favorite activities this winter.
Play is an important part of childhood development, yet in our highly electronic world children seem to be playing the old-fashioned way, sans electronics, much less. Today I’m sharing 7 easy ways to mix up the way your kids play.
Create these fun game day paper goods ahead of time, and party decorating will take only seconds on game day. Even better, clean up is also finished in seconds too!