20 02, 2015

Celebrating and Teaching Your Child About President’s Day

By |February 20th, 2015|Crafts, Tips and Tricks|0 Comments|

President’s Day is celebrated on the third Monday each February, and most young children only know it as a day off of school. Although this holiday was originally created to honor George Washington’s birthday, it has evolved in many states to include Abraham Lincoln, and in some states the holiday honors Thomas Jefferson, our third President. This holiday is a perfect opportunity to teach your children about all of the Presidents of the United States, and have some fun […]

23 05, 2014

How to Have an Awesome Memorial Day

By |May 23rd, 2014|Crafts, Recipes|1 Comment|

If you’re like me, you’re too busy to plan for holidays far in advance.  Work and family gets in the way and then next thing you know there’s a 3 day weekend and you need to somehow keep your kid occupied. Well, have no fear.  We spend hours scouring content on Pinterest to find you the perfect activities and recipes so you can have a foolproof Memorial Day, all while maintaining your sanity.

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    The Secret about Mother’s Day that No One is Talking About

4 05, 2014

The Secret about Mother’s Day that No One is Talking About

By |May 4th, 2014|Crafts, Recipes, Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Mother’s Day is right around the corner and it seems like every year it sneaks up on you when you’re least expecting it.

We’ve compiled some easy crafts below that you can do with your child to help ensure that you’ll actually receive a gift this year.

 

This thumbprint necklace is really easy for kids to make and would make a great gift for Grandma.

This fun, printable activity is a great way for your child to learn more about yourself and […]