Summer Brain Games with the Museum of Science and Industry Chicago

This is a #sponsored campaign by the Museum of Science and Industry Chicago. Families in Chicago are having such a fun time together engaging in science experiments. The Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) knows that there is a real phenomenon with kids over the summer called “summer brain drain” where kids lose a lot of […]

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DIY Trendy Mint Green Matching Game for Teen Girls

Mint Green Matching Game for Teen Girls Who says that kids should have all the fun? Teens love playing games and showing off their competitive side. Mint is a popular color with teens and the prints are perfectly trendy. I will show you how to make this sophisticated set of matching tiles for your teen […]

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Regret Looking Back & Ways to Spend One-on-One Time with Your Kids

Regret Looking Back & Ways to Spend One-on-One Time with Your Kids Looking back if I could do one thing differently, I would have scheduled a lot more consistent one-on-one time with each of my children. It would be time with no distractions to enjoy each other and just have fun. I was always so […]

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DIY Color Matching Flower Learning Game for Kids

Color Matching Flower Learning Game for Kids Supplies: 1 sheet of construction paper for each color of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple). A plain white piece of paper Heavy weight white paper Pen Scissors Modge podge Sponge paint brush   Instructions: Step 1. Draw and cut out the outline of a flower […]

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Easy and Inexpensive Spring Craft Stick Puzzle Kids Craft

Popsicle Stick Puzzle Kids Craft Kids love to engage in crafts and they love to do puzzles. This simple craft is something that is simple, inexpensive and lots of fun. You can even do this craft for a sleepover or birthday party. It is also a great way to spend quality time with your kids. […]

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