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Fall Crafts for Kids

September 30, 2019  |  Categories: Activities, Parent and Child Activities

Fall is one of the prettiest times of the year. Its rich colors and crunchy textures make it the perfect season for crafting with your kids. Check out the fall crafts below and pick a few of your favorites to try this week! Leaf People Collect leaves from your backyard and create your very own…

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DIY Backyard Movie Night

September 9, 2019  |  Categories: Activities, Parent and Child Activities

Looking for a unique and low maintenance family activity for this weekend? We’ve got the perfect idea for you, especially with the cooler nights finally arriving. A backyard movie night is an exciting activity for the whole family! And don’t worry, it doesn’t have to be as complicated as you think. The Screen One of…

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Hiking with Kids

August 26, 2019  |  Categories: Activities, Parent and Child Activities

Getting outdoors as a family is one of the best ways to create fun-filled memories you’ll cherish forever. San Antonio has a handful of kid-friendly hiking trails that are perfect for your family, whether you are seasoned hikers or mentally preparing for your very first expedition. Here are a few tips for your family hiking…

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Rainy Day Activities for Toddlers

May 6, 2019  |  Categories: Activities, Parent and Child Activities

April showers bring May flowers, but we all know those showers sometimes linger through the late spring. It can be tough to keep restless toddlers entertained indoors. That’s why we’ve rounded up four fabulous rainy day activities for your toddler that are sure to brighten the gloomiest day! Cardboard Box Play Save up those Amazon…

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Making the Most of Your Staycation

March 25, 2019  |  Categories: Activities, Parent and Child Activities

Spring breaks are around the corner, and we want to help your family make the most of your break. If your spring break plans don’t include a vacation, consider trying out a stay-at-home vacation, or a “staycation.” A staycation is a great opportunity to act like you’re a tourist right in your own hometown. Here…

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