Introducing International Foods to Kids!

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This post about introducing international foods to kids is brought to you by our guest writer and special needs consultant Dr. Melissa Liguori, Ed. D. It is sometimes hard to admit, but very often our children eat foods WE like. If a parent models healthy eating and often has a wide variety of fruits and [...]

Printable Origami Bunny Page

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Spring is in the air – or at least we hope spring is in the air where you are! It’s that time of year when colorful flowers, leafy plants and furry little creatures start peeking out toward the sun. We’re joining in the excitement by sharing a new and very special printable with you: a printable origami  bunny. “Origami” means [...]

Shamrock Maze & Rainbow Printable Pages

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St. Patrick’s Day is here, along with two more festive printable pages to help your family celebrate! So, it’s time for the “wee” ones to take out their favorite colors of crayons, pencils or markers – even glitter glue – and start creating something wonderfully fun! Click on the printable pages below to print! Leprechaun at [...]

St. Patrick’s Day Printables!

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It’s the time of year when everyone seems to feel a bit Irish. With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, we wanted to start the festivities early – by sharing free printables with you! “Wee” lads and lasses will love decorating in St. Patrick’s honor with this scissor skills printable page. Print as many [...]

Daylight Saving Time – Changing the Clock!

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This Sunday marks the beginning of what’s known as “Daylight Saving” time, when most people in the United States will move the time on their clocks ahead by one hour (the time officially changes at 2:00 am on Sunday). In recent years it may have become simpler to make the change to Daylight Saving because so many clocks are automatically updated, like on cell phones, tablets, etc. [...]

5 Ways Kids Can Help in the Kitchen

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This help in the kitchen post was brought to us by guest blogger Sara Zenner from Bitz & Giggles. Happy New Year everyone! Now that the holidays are over and we’re back to our regular schedule, we’ve kicked things into high gear, cleaning and organizing; donating the old, finding homes for the new. One of [...]

The Family Kitchen: 5 Activities for Teaching Children Gratitude

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These playful dinner table activities that focus on teaching children gratitude are brought to you by Melissa & Doug, and are written by our Blog Ambassador Zina Harrington. Click here to see more posts from this series. When I think of Thanksgiving the first word that comes to mind is TURKEY. I admit, I love [...]

Trick or Treat Printable Fun!

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Trick or treat! Halloween is only two weeks away, and we’re sharing two free printable pages to help pass the time. Whether or not your costumes are chosen, your little artist or writer can enjoy some trick or treat printable fun right now. Just click on a page and print it! Are you still searching for just the “right” look for Halloween? [...]

A Guide to Counting Activities

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This “A Guide to Counting Activities” post is brought to us by Julie Kieras of HappyStrongHome.com Preschoolers are extremely interested in counting. They want to know how many snacks they’re getting, how many minutes they have to take a nap, how many days until their next birthday. Building counting activities into your preschoolers day can be easy [...]