Have you “boo-ed” yet? It’s a great way to get the family into the Halloween spirit. Boo neighbors and friends. It’s easy and we’ve got step-by-step instructions, from poems and signs to boo baskets and goodies.
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It’s days before Halloween and you’re staring at a big fat pumpkin and one excited little kid. Here’s how to choose, design, prep, carve and preserve a one-of-a-kind jack o’ lantern that will wow your brood and impress the neighbors for days.
We love stuff. It’s what we look for every day at Kidsguide –– fun stuff, educational stuff –– stuff that enriches the lives of kids and families. So image our delight when we found Bart King, the “king” of stuff and author of 11 books. Read on as he shares his faves, from dork albums and underwear tricks to how to win at arm wrestling.
We’re so excited to share all the great “stuff” in the newest issue of Kidsguide! We’ve got fun stuff, educational stuff, resourceful stuff––all the stuff to make parenting and family life easier and a lot more exciting. (Excitement includes amazing underwear and arm wrestling tricks and an awesome contest.)
With school in full swing, getting kids out the door can be a free for all. Time to calm the morning madness and Kidsguide is here to help. We’ve got tips and suggestions for making your mornings more zen-like than a class full of yogis, including a printable morning checklist.
Now that the school year is back in full swing, that means homework assignments are here too, and all the headaches that often go with them. If you have a child that struggles to get their homework done, or even get their homework started, Team Kidsguide can help. We’ve got some tips and resources you will want to know about!
It’s that lunch-making time of year––kids are back at school and it’s up to you to make sure they’re getting the proper nutrients. While making a lunch every day has a tendency to become monotonous, we found five awesome ideas that will turn packing a lunch into a fun activity that you and your kids can do together.
Feeling like your days are a little routine? Surprise your kids with something unexpected! Team Kidsguide has some easy (and budget-friendly) ways you can give your kids a little break from their schedules.
Plan a festival in your freezer with these easy-to-make, inventive Popsicle recipes for kids! We found some really cool ideas, from Malted Milk Ball Pops to Orange-Banana Smoothie Pops, and you don’t even need a fancy mold!
This week the counselors at Camp Kidsguide thought campers should not only experience “Campy” performances, but take in the sights and sounds of a professional show as well. We know while this sounds great to campers, it can make parents cringe at the thought of pricey theater tickets. Lucky for them, Team Kidsguide has done their research and found some great ways to afford a professional show.