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Activity Books for Kids of All Ages

Activity Books for Kids of All Ages

Activity Books are a thing in our house.  We have them for quiet time activities.  We have them in the car for times we have to sit and wait.  We also have them in our travel backpacks for longer car rides and travel via plane.  Below are some of our favorites that will delight kids(…)

Mastering the Art of Stick Figure Critters

Mastering the Art of Stick Figure Critters

I don’t know about you, but I cannot draw. I couldn’t draw a stick figure to save my life. I am a fun partner for pictionary however and it’s due in large part because of what my drawing look like as opposed to what they should look like. Today, we feature a fun book that(…)

Inspire the Artist Within

Inspire the Artist Within

My daughter and I have a craft room that is utterly amazing.  We do a lot of self-discovery in this room and amazing projects are born.  If you are looking to discover the artist within, try these fun books fro Hachette Publishing. Stick it To ‘Em Color and create your own personalized stickers! Stick it(…)

Outdoor Play For All the Kids

Outdoor Play For All the Kids

Hot summer days have kids wanting to play outside but at the same time have them sweating from the sun and heat. Cool things off with this fun toy and let keep the kids moving, laughing and having a good time. Whirly Whale Sprinkler This new ocean-themed sprinkler is compatible with standard water hoses. The(…)

Boredom Busters:  Activity Books for Kids

Boredom Busters: Activity Books for Kids

Mazes, doodling, puzzles…and more! The Big Book of Amazing Activities is jam-packed with hundreds of activities perfect to keep kids entertained on rainy days and long road trips. The Big Book of Amazing Activities will keep young minds sharp while sparking creativity. Age Range: 5 – 9 years Grade Level: Kindergarten – 4 Paperback: 128(…)

Book a Day December:  Post 8

Book a Day December: Post 8

I have recently been made aware of a wonderful December tradition for families and that is giving your children a book a day leading up to Christmas, starting on December 1st.  Maybe I have been living under a rock, but this is the first I’ve heard of this tradition.  As many of you know, we(…)