Take a break from holiday shopping and start a sweet-and-sticky tradition this week by building a gingerbread house with your kids. Whether you have 20 minutes or all day to play, you’ll frost your way to some finger-licking fun with our kid-friendly tips, tricks, recipes and decorating ideas. Keep reading to start your creation.
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With a few simple supplies and a little creativity, your kids can create one-of-a-kind holiday gifts for coffee lovers, bookworms, desk jockeys, sweet tooths and other family and friends. With easy instructions, get them all wrapped up in an afternoon.
Conquering the crowds to scout out Black Friday deals may be your idea of fun, but it probably isn’t your kid’s. Treat your offspring to some day-after-Thanksgiving revelry while you shop, with these local offerings that include a Shop and Drop Day Camp, hourly drop-off childcare and lots more.
With all the shopping and cooking, it’s no wonder kids can get lost in the turkey trot we call Thanksgiving. But with a little planning this week, you can make sure your little ones have just as much fun as you do on the biggest family holiday of them all.
Veterans Day is much more than just a day off from school. It’s a great opportunity to teach your kids how to show respect, support and kindness to the men and women who have served – or are still serving – our country. Read on for some great ideas from volunteering at a local hospital to foster military pets.
Many local museums offer free admission days at least once a month. So no matter what your schedule or budget is like, you can plan your calendar around fun, educational activities for you and your family without breaking the bank. With 15 museums to choose from, you’ll find hands-on museum fun ranging from art to science!
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.
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.
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.)