Kids

5 Family Movie Night Ideas for Watching Annie on Blu-ray & DVD!

Kids

My girl is really into watching musicals these days; she loves to sing along to the songs! One classic musical she hadn’t yet seen was Annie, a movie from my childhood that was recently revived. With the release of the new Annie movie on Blu-ray and DVD last week, now your children can enjoy the […]

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Easy Easter Craft for Kids: Washi Tape Easter Eggs! {Kids Craft}

Kids

We’ve never done much Easter egg dying, but my kids do enjoy doing fun crafts. Last year, we made hopping Easter bunnies around this time, but this year I wanted an easy Easter craft that my four-year-old could do independently, yet my nine-year old would enjoy. Using plastic dyeable eggs and colorful washi tape, my […]

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Create a Fun St. Patrick’s Day Treasure Hunt for Kids! {Free Printable}

Kids

My kids love a good treasure or scavenger hunt. My nine-year-old often creates them for her four-year-old brother when they’re looking for something to do on the weekends. She quickly puts together a few clues, sets up a “treasure” he’ll enjoy, and lets him have fun looking for each clue, as she cheers him on! […]

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3 Ways to Celebrate Chinese New Year with Kids + Year of the Goat Kids Craft!

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Chinese New Year isn’t a holiday we’ve ever celebrated, but since we love learning about other cultures, I thought that it would be great to learn more about it this year. The kids know that Chinese New Year marks the beginning of a new year and are familiar with the Chinese Zodiac calendar. They understand […]

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Moving Mountains with Dr. Seuss Classics: Foster a Love of Reading at Home in Honor of Dr. Seuss’ Birthday!

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Some of my family’s favorite bedtime stories include classic Dr. Seuss books such as Green Eggs and Ham and The Cat in the Hat. But, my kids are also fans of other silly Dr. Seuss rhyming books, like Hop on Pop, There’s a Wocket in My Pocket!, and The Foot Book. There’s nothing like laughing […]

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