Crafting in Clay: Handmade Christmas Ornaments

This handmade Christmas ornaments craft is shared by our guest blogger Julie Kieras of HappyStrongHome! My boys love the tactile experience of play dough, and since this was our get-the-tree weekend, I asked if they’d like to create some handmade Christmas ornaments out of clay to decorate our tree! My oldest son especially was enthused […]

Holiday Crafts and Homemade Gifts

Special needs consultant Dr. Melissa Liguori, Ed. D. shares some holiday crafts for kids! It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The holiday season is upon us and kids of all ages can feel the excitement in the air. Having your children involved in making super fun Holiday Crafts can come in handy for […]

6 Family Travel Tips

Family travel tips, from Cindy Utzinger, pediatric Occupational Therapist. One of my family’s favorite things is traveling to see our family and friends. Well, I should say we love seeing family and friends, but sometimes the travel part can be a little overwhelming. I want to share some family travel tips with you to help make […]

Glowing Fairy Bottle

Learn how to make a glowing fairy bottle, from guest blogger Sara of Bitz & Giggles. Cora, my four-year-old loves playing dress-up. I hang all of her play dresses and costumes on the bottom bar of her closet so she can easily grab them whenever she wants. Very often, the first thing she does after […]

Apple Printable Coloring Page for Kids

Have you ever gone to an orchard or local farmer’s market, where you can select fresh vegetables, and actually pick fruit right off the trees? Combine your harvest with some fresh herbs and the right recipes, and you can have some really delicious things to share with the family. In case you aren’t able to dash off to an orchard […]

Tuck a Little Treat into Your Child’s Lunchbox

→ Welcome to part two of a special series from guest blogger Julie Kieras of HappyStrongHome. Let’s learn about sharing love with our little ones during school, with lunchbox notes and treats. As the school year progresses, I get daily requests for this or that “treat” to be included at lunchtime. I’m not above indulging […]

Kid Made Gifts for Grandparents

~ Grandparents are a delightful blend of laughter, caring deeds, wonderful stories, and love. ~Author Unknown Grandparents fill a special role in a family. They help establish lifelong traditions, teach us important things about life, and demonstrate how to show love to others. In fact, it may be a grandparent’s loving hugs and laughter that […]

Map and Alphabet Printables for Kids!

Whether school has started for your family or it’s still a way off, these free school time printables are a great way to review the basics or learn something new – while keeping things entertaining! Animal Alphabet Printable The playful illustrations and vibrant colors of this alphabet printable will quickly catch the eye of young […]

Rekindling Back to School Friendships

Check out these cool friendship bracelet crafts and video from guest editor Carrie Anne Badov from EverythingMom.com. My kids are still at the age where they love school. They aren’t fans of waking up early or doing homework when they could be playing outside but they still enjoy going back to school. Although we love our summer holidays I know […]