Halloween doesn’t just have to be a time for filling up on candy and carving pumpkins. It can also be a time for strengthening math, reading and science skills and having fun doing it. Learn how to incorporate learning fun into your fall fun.
Those famous fall gourds aren’t just for carving anymore. Find out how you can use your pumpkin to make holiday dining and decorating even more fun this season.
Fall is approaching and it’s time to make the most of the season. Here are some great recipes, crafts and activities to do with your family.
Have trips to the store to buy school supplies resulted in sighs and eye rolls because the notebooks, pens and paper aren’t “cool” enough? Then let your fashion-forward kid create their own coordinating supplies in the colors and patterns they pref
Being in the car for hours on end or after a long day of summer activities can make anyone cranky. So, why not create a comfortable place to ride with some easy-to-make projects?
If you’re planning a family trip into the great outdoors, then make sure you check out these helpful tips that will keep your kids safe and entertained.
Don’t stop the summer memory-making when the sun goes down. With these “glowing” ideas you can entertain your family for hours, even after its dark.
From water blobs to splash pads to farmer’s markets, there are endless ways to treat your special needs child to an enjoyable childhood summer.
When the weather is too hot to handle outdoor activities, then enjoy some indoor fun with a pile of good books and some activities to go with them. From book clubs to book nooks, there’s something for every book lover.
Mark Twain, patented the scrapbook. Since then, the scrapbook has evolved to become a billion dollar industry that has spawned clubs, conventions and retreats geared specifically to those who love to “scrap.”