Looking for a fun activity for the whole family? Play Christmas charades together! Use this free printable game with tons of charade ideas for an awesome game night.
When your kid is old enough, how do you tell him or her the truth about Santa without losing trust? Or causing emotional trauma? Here’s one letter format you can use to break the news to your child without breaking his or her heart.
Christmas is magical for kids. But sometimes magic needs a little help. Try these 26 family traditions that will keep the magic strong this holiday season!
Hang on to all your old buttons! You can use them to create a cute, easy, and unique decoration for your tree this year. You’ll find the instructions to make this adorable button snowflake ornament here.
Just because it’s Christmas doesn’t mean that you have to buy useless stuff and clutter your house. Even small stocking stuffers can fun, easy, and minimal. Check out this helpful guide to minimalist stocking stuffers!
You have to check out these adorable and fun melted snowman cookies! They are so fun and easy to do as a family, and you can be as creative or silly as you want.
Sure, you could play football on Thanksgiving, but why not spice it up with another game? Here are instructions for shooting balloon turkeys for a new Thanksgiving family tradition this year.
Other than eating tons of food and expressing gratitude, learning about the first Thanksgiving is a long-held tradition. This Thanksgiving, use these teacher-approved videos to teach your kiddos about one of America’s favorite holidays.
We’ve played quite a bit of Jenga, but haven’t had a chance to play the version where you use 2x4s as the blocks. Today’s post features a twist on the game, literally. But, be sure to not throw your back out like I did on a recent game of Twister! Click on the image below […]
Like every family with children and electronic tablets in their homes, we’ve had to be smart and disciplined about how those devices are used. This is why today’s post is of particular interest to us. In terms of control, it’s less about controlling the device and more about teaching these young humans principles of self-guidance […]