Here’s a fun & quick recipe to enjoy this Independence Day! To make it, all you need is jello (red & blue), whipped cream or Cool Whip, fresh strawberries & blueberries, bowls, and water & boiling water.
During the hot summer, we need lighter meals that still pack in tons of protein and nutrients. Give this classic tuna pasta salad recipe a try!
Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean that we stop learning. Watch this video and keep your kids’ and even your own curiosity growing with fun summer science experiments.
If you are headed to the beach this summer, chances are you’ll collect seashells. What do you do with all of them? Click here to see some of the adorable crafts you and the kids can make from your beach adventures.
Over the summer, the school structure kids usually have goes away, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have some sort of schedule. Click here for a fun, flexible schedule that gives your kids predictability and structure during summer.
Can’t get enough s’mores during the summer? Try mixing it up with this liquid s’mores recipe. You don’t need a fire pit to enjoy this fun twist on a summer favorite.
Even though they aren’t in school right now, kids should still be reading. You can make it exciting with these free, fun printable reading logs for kids and teens. Happy summer reading!
One of the best seasonal fruits for summer is watermelon. But how do you know you’re picking a ripe, sweet, juicy one? Well, click here to learn more.
In the US, we use way too many plastic bags. But, we can reduce that by re-purposing plastic bags to make these adorable reusable grocery totes…learn to make your own here!
Are you going on a road trip this summer? When you’re not wrangling kids, use those long hours on the road to talk as a couple. Click here for ideas of questions to ask each other.