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8 Cocoa Recipes You Need to Try This Winter

December 24, 2017  |  Categories: Activities

There’s nothing better than a hot cup of cocoa on a chilly winter night. Make things even more festive and unique by spicing up your traditional chocolate with any of these family-friendly recipes. They make watching Frozen for the hundredth time even more appealing. White Chocolate Peppermint Hot Cocoa This decadent drink will please everyone…

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Easy DIY Christmas Ornaments

December 18, 2017  |  Categories: Activities
DIY Christmas Ornaments Blog Post

Crafting is a great way to get in quality time with your kids, while helping them use their imaginations, broaden their creativity, strengthen their fine motor skills, and more. Put on the hot cocoa (and Christmas music!), and have a great time around the table with these easy DIY Christmas ornaments! Ribbon Christmas Trees Quick,…

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How to Be More Thankful This Thanksgiving

November 20, 2017  |  Categories: Activities, Child Development, Parent Resources
Teaching kids to be thankful

Parents often worry these days that they are not raising grateful kids. Thanksgiving is an excellent chance to reinforce thankfulness for all we’ve been given and enjoy in our homes and communities. Here are three simple suggestions to help your home cultivate more thankfulness this Thanksgiving. Thanks Around the Table Most families honor the holiday…

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Mason Jar Ice Cream

August 14, 2017  |  Categories: Activities, Recipes
Ice Cream Recipe for Kids

Indulge in a fun summer treat to celebrate back-to-school time! Mason Jar Ice Cream is individually portioned and so easy to make, the kids can do it. Shake out all those wiggles before nap time and get the ice cream ready. Then party when the kids are back up and ready for a snack.  Mason…

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DIY Confetti Poppers for July 4th

July 3, 2017  |  Categories: Activities, Parent and Child Activities
DIY 4th of july activity

Make these quick, easy, and safe confetti poppers for the little ones who might not make it through the fireworks this July 4th. Celebrate before dark, and don’t worry about a scary or loud noise for sensitive, little ears. Plus, these are so easy to make you’ll have found another summer activity to make the…

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