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Stacy Shares: Planning a One of A Kind Birthday

This post is brought to you by Melissa & Doug, written by our Blog Ambassador Stacy Teet. I love asking my kids, “How do you want to celebrate your special day?”   – Stacy Birthday parties are so much fun, but what do you do when your child’s imagination doesn’t quite fit into a typical birthday […]

First Day of Spring Flower Craft

This Spring Flower Craft is provided by special guest blogger Roo Ciambriello: * * * With the first day of Spring comes the anticipation of warm weather and bright, sunny days. Here’s a fun “First Day of Spring Flower Craft” to help celebrate the new season! We started out with the Melissa & Doug Finger Paint […]

5 Tips for Getting Your Kids Outside

Our blogger Tiffany (Peanut Blossom) is not afraid to admit that she doesn’t LOVE spending time outdoors. So this year, she resolved to spend 15 minutes outside with her kids every day.  And we have been excited to follow along as she shares this journey on her blog (and provide outdoor entertainment along the way). […]

Easter Bunny Printable for Kids

Trying to get some chores done this morning? Download our Easter Bunny printable for your kids, and enjoy a few moments of quiet, creative down time! Gather up your crayons, markers, or colored pencils; or for some extra fun, add some glue and cotton balls to create a fuzzy little friend! You can download and […]

Top 10 Craft Ideas for National Craft Month

In honor of National Craft Month, we rounded up our blog’s top 10 craft ideas OF ALL TIME. There’s a project for everyone: indoor & outdoor enthusiasts, readers & non-readers, and Neat Nancys & Messy Marvins alike. Plus — as always — tons of smiles, giggles, and learning are sure to go along with all […]

6 St. Patrick’s Day Crafts for Kids

St. Patrick’s Day probably has you thinking of hunting for a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow, yes? Well, we’ve rounded up 6 easy St. Patrick’s Day crafts that involve rainbows, coins, and even a color scavenger hunt! Enjoy! 1. Easy Rainbows For a quick way to have kids create their beautiful rainbows, […]

Rainbow Rice Sensory Activity

Sensory projects are the perfect activity to focus and calm children. In addition to creating sensory bins, an activity using a variety of materials that children can manipulate with their hands is also a fun after-school or weekend craft. This rainbow rice sensory activity is a quick and easy project, plus you can use the rice in a […]

Spring Matching Printable

Spring is here! With so many fun holidays happening over the next few weeks, we thought you’d enjoy this free Spring Matching printable! First, download the sheet by clicking on the image sample below, or by clicking on this link. Next, ask your child to color the sheet however they would like! Then, ask your child […]

Silly Activities and Treats to Help Celebrate Albert Einstein’s Birthday!

Happy Birthday Albert Einstein! Share special time with your child and celebrate the most famous scientist of all time with some easy treats and silly activities for kids that won’t wear out your brain. Begin your Albert Einstein-themed day with an age-appropriate book about familiar inventions and the original “nutty professor.” A few to try: Brown, […]