It’s easy to get caught up in the chocolate treats or toys for kids when it comes to Easter but it’s also the perfect time to pull out the craft supplies. Whether you are looking to make a gift, decorate the home or just occupy the kids here are 51 Easter-themed craft ideas worth a check.
It may not be a holiday that gets the kids out of school but April Fools Day is a favourite with my gang. Who could blame them? Looking for tricks to pull on my family I came across these 51 pranks you may want to try in your home.
That itch you’re feeling? It’s probably the desire to getaway. I know this long cold winter has me daydreaming of sunnier destinations. This month, the month of March Break, I share a travel craft on the Melissa & Doug blog.
Disney and DUPLO. Two brands that spark fun and imagination within the minds of kids. Your family can enjoy the best of both worlds as Disney Junior and LEGO DUPLO join together on the Magic of Play Tour and your invited to come along.
Video games and gaming, for many kids it’s just another apart of their world yet for parents it can be a form of fear and worry. Christopher Duthie’s one-man show n00b explores the fascinating world of gaming through the eyes of a 15-year old boy and his dad.
My childhood memories are spotty but I do remember the joy of giving and receiving Valentines with my class. There are all sorts of clever fun cards available in the store but sometimes making cards for your friends can be more enjoyable and a lot of fun. Here are 51 Valentine Card Craft Ideas you can make at home.
I usually don’t let me kids spend a lot of time watching television but the rules tend to bend a little when they are home all day (holidays, no school, sick day). Unfortunately three kids and one television can lead to a few disagreements. There’s a Shaw GO App for that.
The holidays always bring up for me feelings of nostalgia. I can’t help but think about the year that has passed and how my kids have grown (again). Handmade ornaments are a great way to capture a point in time, whether as a decoration on the tree or as a gift for the relatives. Plus making ornaments are a great way to keep the kids busy.