Want a great gift for a birthday, holiday or any day?
Make a personalized coupon book filled with treats for someone you love.
In this article I’ll show you how to make a custom coupon book with your kids to give to someone special.
Fill it full of promises for treats like a special meal, a backrub, a car wash or an afternoon out with their favorite kid and you’ll have a thoughtful and easy present anyone will appreciate.
Why Make a Coupon Book?
A custom coupon book is as fun to make as it is to receive. The key is to make it personalized so the recipient knows it was created especially for him or her.
People love coupons. They get 2 for 1 deals, discounted items and free stuff. Coupons you make yourself are even better because the recipient can redeem them anytime for great things like time spent together, handpicked activities, special favors or chores and personalized presents from some pretty cool kids.
This coupon book gift project will encourage your kids to show how much they care for another person and give them a fun, creative project to make.
Want to help your kids create something that’s handcrafted, personalized and practical?
Try a Father’s Day gift basket, custom-made just for Dad!
The editors at My Kids’ Adventures scoured the Internet to find the coolest themes and best items to include in a gift basket for Dad.
In this article I’ll show you how to make a Father’s Day gift basket full of items Dad will love.
Why Make a Father’s Day Gift Basket?
From sports and tech to barbecue and building things, dads like a lot of different things. So why not combine your dad’s favorite stuff into a fabulous gift from the heart?
You can make a hodgepodge of everything Dad loves or pick a specific theme and create a gift basket around it.
The best part about this type of gift is you can combine homemade, heartfelt items to show Dad how much you love him with some purchased presents to add a little pizzazz.
Whether Dad’s the strict disciplinarian or the fun best-friend father (or a little bit of both), you know you’re at the forefront of his mind. Show him why you think he’s the best dad ever with a thoughtful gallery of gifts, wrapped in the perfect basket and sealed with a kiss.
Looking for something so easy that your kids can prepare it for Mom?
Grab some aprons and get ready to create a kid-friendly culinary masterpiece.
The editors of My Kids’ Adventures searched the Internet for quick, simple morning meals you and your kids can make together to surprise Mom on her special day.
In this article I’ll share our 14 favorite easy breakfast-in-bed recipes that kids will love to create and moms will enjoy eating. (Because those two things aren’t always the same!)
Why Make Breakfast in Bed for Mother’s Day?
Breakfast in bed is a time-honored tradition on Mom’s designated day of rest and relaxation. What could be better than sleeping in a little late and having breakfast served to you by your favorite people?
Kids love to prepare something special for Mom, and moms love the thoughtful gesture—although sometimes the meal kids choose is a bit too sweet for her taste or too complicated for their kitchen skills, no matter how much help they get from Dad!
Are your kids going stir-crazy because of cold, wet weather?
Find your flip-flops and unfurl your beach umbrella. It’s time for a fun family photo shoot!
In this article, I’ll show you how to recreate each month of the year with your kids, take fantastic photos and produce a calendar that’s perfect for holiday gift-giving.
Why Make a Photo Calendar?
When you make a photo calendar, you’ll have a great afternoon of dress-up fun with your family and create a gift that you and your loved ones will enjoy throughout the year to come.
It’s also a nice way to review the year that’s passed and teach kids about the months and seasons, which is an important part of understanding the world around us.
Dreaming of a Christmas day doing fun activities as a family?
If only there was a way to tie up togetherness with a bow, or fit fun (and inexpensive) family activities into a stocking.
There is a way! The editors of My Kids’ Adventures have searched the web to find 12 perfect pastimes that can be packaged up and presented under the tree.
In this article, I’ll show you how easy it is to give the gift of time spent together with a dozen ideas for fun-filled activities. Pick one your kids will love, print it out, package it up and play!
Why Give Activities as Gifts?
What do your kids really need from you this Christmas?
Their lists may be filled with overpriced electronics and noisy plastic toys, but half of those will probably be abandoned before the ball drops on New Year’s and the other half may cause your children to abandon you to a beeping screen.
Are you looking for a fun holiday activity to pull the whole family together?
An old-fashioned taffy pull should do the trick. This hands-on candy-making adventure is sure to create memories that’ll really stick around!
In this article, I’ll show you how to make peppermint pull taffy the way my great-grandmother did.
Why Make Taffy With Your kids?
Taffy-making can become a memorable holiday tradition.
My family’s holiday taffy-making tradition started with great-grandma over a hundred years ago. Since then, five generations of my family have cherished the tradition.
Kids enjoy traditions, those special experiences that come only once a year, so start an annual taffy pull with your family. Your kids will remember so much more than just the sweet-tasting candy. They’ll remember the time spent together with family. With you.
A taffy pull is also a fun way to instill in your kids the value of giving handmade gifts. Who doesn’t love taffy? Here’s their chance to make something any family member or friend would love to receive.