Have you ever gone to a public easter egg hunt just to find all the eggs had already been found? Or maybe you’re like me and dont like big crowds 😏 This year I’m getting a little more creative and having an Easter scavenger hunt at home! I’m sharing the clue cards I’ll be using so you can print them out for your family, too!
Have you ever looked at all your kids’ toys and still felt like you wanted a new way to play with them? Or maybe you’ve laughed when they ignored a toy to instead play with the box it came in? Either way, you’ll find some fun ideas on this list of activities! The best part is they don’t require anything more than items you probably already have- win win!
Baking is such a great activity to do with kids. It’s the perfect combination of fun, learning, and of course a little mess! Added benefit of having a delicious treat to enjoy at the end. I know baking with little helping hands can be stressful, so here is a super simple berry pie that even your preschooler can help with. They will love the galaxy design and feel so proud telling people about the pie THEY made!
Science is always a great way to combine fun and learning! These 5 experiments are perfect for kids of all ages- from your preschooler right up to your middle schooler! The best part is you probably already have all the materials needed to do these experiments. Let’s get started!!
Winter is a long time to stay inside, especially when you have antsy kids. Here are some fun ideas for taking your kids outside in the winter! They will be sure to burn off some energy with these activities. Just make sure to have the hot cocoa ready for afterwards!
Winter time can make me start to feel cooped up if I can’t get out of the house often or change up my routine from time to time. Adding demanding toddlers and preschoolers to the mix doesn’t help! They are always wanting new ways to be entertained. If you find yourself at a loss for activities to do with your kids this cold season, look no further than here for some fresh and fun ideas!