Finished a box of cereal? Save and recycle it into this eye-catching rainbow mobile. This colorful craft is sure to brighten up any rainy day! The best part of this craft is that you can teach your kids the colors of the rainbow while they work on this simple craft: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, […]
The clocks are springing ahead in the wee hours of the morning on Sunday, March 9th. We may be losing an hour of sleep, but it means that we are one step closer to Spring! Have your kids join in on the fun by preparing them a daylight savings time breakfast full of their favorite […]
There’s an art to science—and a surprising amount of science in art! Here’s a fun way to learn about how colors mix to create new hues, and your chance to create new colors with your kids!
Yup, for those of you not in-the-know, this is a real thing. Celebrated March 14th, Pi Day is often marked by pie baking, pie eating contests, discussing the merits of the number π, and so forth. Which brings me to my story… Recently, my husband told me about a three-in-one pie he had heard about, made […]
If you don’t find a real pot of gold at the end of the rainbow this year, perhaps these marshmallow pops can be a close second. Chocolate and marshmallows are made even better by the crunch of Kix “gold” at top. To make pot of gold marshmallow pops: You will need:* Marshmallows Kitchen scissors Lollipop […]
This fun fortune teller game is commonly known as a cootie catcher. The child holding the cootie catcher is the fortune teller and other children play the game by picking numbers and/or letters when asked. In this fortune teller game, children pick a number and then have the choice of choosing a color or a […]
Entertaining your kids on a long road trip can be a challenge. Be prepared by creating a Boredom Buster Box from a recycled cereal box, and fill it with four different fun activities for all your kid vacation adventures. Or, use these boredom busters to have fun at home on your staycation. First: Create a […]
Have some magical fun with your kids this St. Patrick’s Day and build a Leprechaun Trap! According folklore, leprechauns are small, but very, very fast! In fact, catching one is challenging, but if you are able to catch one they are obligated to be honest with you. So to find out where the leprechaun has hidden […]
Science doesn’t have to happen in a lab or under a microscope—you and your kids can learn by doing your own experiments with stuff you have on hand, like some Kix cereal! Here’s a fun and easy way to introduce a child to the concept of buoyancy. Have fun!
Mardi Gras, also known as Fat Tuesday, is known for its colorful celebrations prior to Ash Wednesday when Lent begins. Mardi Gras is known for all of its beautiful colors, but traditional colors are green for faith, purple for justice and gold for power. It’s become a popular tradition to don a colorful and festive […]