by Rachel Meeks
Here are a few ideas for activities to jump-start your child’s creativity while they’re stuck indoors.
by Chris Jordan
Every weekend when I prepare my list for the grocery store I encourage my kids pull out the cookbooks, thumb through them, and tell me if they see anything interesting. I know that you can search for recipes online, but flipping through an actual book is an entirely different experience. It enables you to see recipes and foods that you would never search for left to our own devices. I am positive that my children would pull up a search on a recipe website, type in chocolate and leave it at that.
We love Valentine’s Day over here. For years we have been creating and gathering ideas for easy Valentine’s Day cards for kids, homemade Valentine’s Day gifts, and fun Valentine’s Day projects.
But I also love what I see out there on the web and want to share some of my favorite Valentine’s Day gift ideas for kids (which I have been obsessively collecting on my Pinterest board).
This innovative board book with heat-sensitive color-changing ink reveals a simple story that intrigues even a jaded eight-year old… my son.