Why not bring back your happy kids with a fun and flavorful after-school snack activity that will get them talking?
Imagine your kids making petrified pizza, yogurt mosaics and edible wishing wands.
In this article, I’ll show you how to make three easy, fun and tasty after-school snacks with your kids that will satisfy their hunger and your need to connect.
Why Make an After-School Snack With Your Kids?
If your kids are like mine, when they get home from school, they’re STARVING. They’re going to dive into the first food they see, so why not build a little fun, creativity and conversation into their afternoon snack once in a while?
Take a few minutes to prepare something with them that makes them smile—and is reasonably healthy too.
Looking for something new to do next time you go to the shore?
With nothing more than a shovel, a ball and a bucket of water, your kids will have a blast at the beach all day long.
In this article, I’ll show you how to make three sand structures you may not have seen before; three projects that go far beyond the standard sand-pail castle.
Why Make Sand Structures?
A trip to the beach is the one time that parents actually encourage their kids to jump in the puddles and play in the dirt (otherwise known as sand). And kids LOVE it—digging, building, experimenting with all of the things that sand plus water can do.
Are you looking for fun activities that will occupy your kids for hours?
Have you ever told your kids to stop playing with their food?
In this article I’ll show you how you and your kids can use food for science projects, art and buildings.
Your kids may just learn a few things by playing with their food.
Why Play With Food?
Dreaming of roasting marshmallows to golden-brown perfection without the campfire?
With a few simple “ingredients,” you can turn an ordinary room into a land of adventure.
In this article I’ll show you how to create a fun camping experience inside your home.
Why Indoor Camping?
I like indoor camping because it’s a fun activity that all four of my children, ages 1 to 11, can take part in. Moreover, it can be done any time of the year, regardless of the weather.
Put up a tent, roast some s’mores, tell a few good stories and you’ll have a great evening-long activity.
Not sure how to pull all that together? Read on and you’ll see it’s not so complicated.