Got dirt? Really, it’s all you need for a stupendous summer with young kids. Add a little water and some sunshine, and you’re golden. If you want to create a sandbox for the kids to dig in this summer, here are a few sandbox-savvy tips.
The end of the school year is inching closer and closer. I am looking forward to a break from dragging kids out of bed in order to make it to school in time, homework, school projects, packing lunches… but … what will I do with 4 kids home all summer?
Odds are good that you’ve already heard of Caine’s Arcade. But just in case you haven’t, you must watch this video. One very inventive 9-year-old boy, and the adults that recognized and encouraged his ingenuity, have sparked a worldwide burst of kid-powered creativity.
Summer is a time when many parents want to take vacation and get some projects done around the house or the yard. Children of any age want to be involved with what their parents are doing. Here are a few kid-friendly summer projects your family could tackle this year.
It’s hot, and it’s almost summer! Do you remember those long summer days, with the oppressive heat and the desperate need to cool down? I do! Then the water balloons or sprinkler would come out, and all would be well! If it’s bathing suit weather where you are, get ready
Most of us are aware of the health benefits of exercise, but for parents, it can be hard to find time to exercise while chasing children. Here are a few tips for ways that mom and dad can stay fit.