Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to teach your kids any number of things: how to show emotion, portion control with candy, and how to get a little artsy. This craft project involves several fine motor skills that can be easily… Read More >
Since it got its start in 2009, the mission of the Little Free Library has grown strong and become the world’s largest book sharing movement.
We’ve assembled some brain stimulating ideas that are enjoyable and affordable so your kids can enjoy their time off of school while staying mentally sharp at the same time.
For many of us, dyeing eggs is an Easter tradition that goes back for generations. It’s timeless fun. But what do you do with the eggs after they’re dyed? Here are some quick tips on dyeing eggs that are still safe to eat.
It’s the season of giving and there’s no better gift than something homemade by you and your kids! One of the easiest and most festive projects to make is a Christmas wreath. The fun part is how many different ways… Read More >
Air pollution and allergies are concerning in certain areas and at different times of the year. No matter where you live, it’s important to help children understand the concepts of air quality and how it impacts their health and wellness.
Host your own miniature Hawaiian luau every time you head to the pool! These sponges will drip cool water from the pool onto your skin as the sun beats down on you.
This DIY flower pot design is an easy, fun craft you can do with the kids to celebrate the warm weather. Plus, depending on what you plant, there may be some health benefits as well. Bonus? It looks like a picket fence. Adorable!
Water is as important to us as the air we breathe. Use this DIY water filter to teach your kids about rain harvesting.
Every year, your little one comes home from school on Valentine’s Day with tons of adorable cards from classmates. They likely feature their classmates’ favorite television characters in silly situations or cartoon animals with cute, punny sayings like “Bee Mine!”… Read More >