via news.holidash.com From the brilliant mind of Megan Reardon, aka Not Martha. All you need is felt, glue, scissors, a brooch pin a needle and thread, a little cardboard and patience. Lovely Mother's Day gift or rainy day project for older kids.
Kim-Anh's no-pressure hack for a delightful birthday cake your kid will love: Instead of spending countless hours trying to figure out how to frost a cake to look like your toddler's latest obsession, go with a basic cake and top with a store-bought toy. This year, I made a Cars-themed cake for my son. To […]
via www.instructables.com Eric Wilhelm made this simple low-to-the-ground bedframe so his baby daughter could sleep on the bed without a long fall (if it ever came to that). Great idea for a toddler bed as well!
Kids and gardening! There are so many reasons to get your kids growing things, digging in the yard, or even sprouting a few seeds in a pot on the front step. Here are our best “gardening with kids” tips to get you started.
Flexible Dreams: Making Compassion Real It's one thing to talk about homelessness, and another altogether to involve the kids in doing something about it. Another great post from Amy. Trip Countdown Map Beautiful way to mark the time till a traveling parent comes home (so much more interesting than X's on a calendar). Thank you, […]
Today only, Amazon's offering a one-year subscription to FamilyFun magazine for $5! Yes! I have been a waiting-room appreciater of this magazine for years. Every issue is full of crafts, projects, activities, recipes…stuff that's clever, simple, fun, and often using materials you already have around the house. I have been threatening to subscribe for a […]
Wow! Over 100 of you entered the Mind in the Making giveaway by sharing the life skill you’ve found most useful so far. Just reading the comments was inspiring (I encourage you to read them yourself)…and a good reminder about the skills our kids really need as they get older. Thank you to all who […]