Inspire your kids to read all Summer with one of these Free Summer reading programs – kids can earn free books and prizes. Scholastic 2013 Summer Reading Challenge Kids ages birth – 12 years old can enter their reading minutes in Scholastic’s Read for the World Record challenge. Kids can record their reading minutes […]
The word concussion is something that instills fear in any parent because they know concussions are closely associated with many youth contact sports. However, there are a few preventative measures every parent can take to help keep their children in the game and out of the doctor’s office. Erin and Lee Hanson, created the Guardian […]
Create a fresh smelling playdough for spring with this DIY Lemon Playdough recipe that your kids can even join in and help you to make and best of all it takes only 5 minutes Click here for full recipe from Train Up A Child.
Having dinner together as a family is a great way to build strong family connections. There are tons of studies showing that kids who regularly dine with their families have been associated with a lower risk of smoking, drinking, and using drugs. These children also have lower incidence of depressive symptoms as well as suicidal […]
Get ready car seat requirements and recommendations are changing again. According to the recent USA Today article Parents of many children ages 3 and up who should still be in child-safety seats will be warned not to use a federally required child-seat attachment system when a new rule takes effect in early 2014. The rule […]
The perfect shirt for when dad arrives home tired after a long day of work and the kids are begging for his attention. Dad wears shirt kids spend time massaging and tickling dads back. A win-win answer. Now you can create dad this great shirt for hours of family fun with the step by step […]
Yes, I have boys and Yes, they are little technology geeks carrying those tablets with them as we travel, sit in doctor offices, run errands or just while relaxing at home. So, I am always looking for Apps that have an educational purpose. I recently found a perfect list of educational Apps for boys over […]
Article by Alison Smith Co-Founder of ECHOage.com Children become more charitable when they believe that their actions have impact. A few small, yet tangible ideas, put into action early on in life, can set the stage for a more charitably spirited and rewarding future. 1. Pass it On Nothing is better than receiving a completely unexpected, delightful, […]
Written by Jodi at Meaningful Mama Earlier this I did a simple four leaf clover paper craft. I wanted to do another that was a bit more unique and intricate. It’s not much more challenging, but it leaves quite a beautiful impact. This clover was inspired by a pumpkin craft I did back in the fall. I […]
Show your kids you love them with one or more of these 14 ideas from Happy Home Fairy (one of our favorite blogging moms) Click here to visit Happy Home Fairy and discover more of her parenting tips and tricks.