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.”
Find out what you need to know about water safety when it comes to drowning prevention. Whether you’re in a private swimming pool or out on the lake, swim safety is important to know.
Celebrate National Skateboarding Day by repurposing old skateboards or finding new ways to use your (or your child’s) favorite piece of sports equipment.
There’s no better way to celebrate our nation’s birthday than with some Independence Day-themed treats. So, try some of these mouth-watering snacks and dishes that will get your kids in the kitchen and your whole family enjoying the festivities.
Get your kids excited about the country’s birthday with these kid-friendly craft ideas. From painted lawn stars to flag t-shirts for the whole family, you’ll have fun celebrating Independence Day with these positively patriotic crafts.
Ways to encourage children of all ages to keep learning over the summer months to avoid the common brain drain.
By taking advantage of what you have around the house, your own backyard and local parks, you can get the exercise your body needs without spending big bucks.