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Entries in holiday (111)

Monday
Dec022013

Christmas / Winter Lunchbox Note Jokes

I cannot believe it's December already! I meant to do this last week but better late than never! Just wanted to remind you to print out your Christmas Lunchbox Jokes for the last few weeks of school (or work) lunches! I think I'll have to make some new ones for next year.

Head over to THIS POST to download and print!

Monday
Nov252013

Thanksgiving Activities

Here are some ideas from around the web to keep your kids busy this Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving Activities from All for the Boys

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Thursday
Nov212013

2013 Holiday Gift Guide: 5-7 Year Olds

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  1. Squigz - Suctiony building fun - stick to walls, windows tables etc
  2. LEGO Chima - a bit different than traditional LEGO, you pull a cord and they go flying
  3. Blast Pad Jr - what's more satisfying than stomping and sending a rocket flying?!
  4. Hop on Air - an awesome energy releaser that comes in several sizes for different ages. 
  5. Civil Engineer Tape - to create an entire city for toy cars wherever you are
  6. Copter Dart Game - throw the darts and they'll fly up, spin down and always land upright

 

Monday
Nov182013

2013 Holiday Gift Guide: Toddlers

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Toddlers can be tough because their development can vary so much in just a few months to a few years so I tried to pick a variety of things I thought most kids would love.

  1. Anamalz Triceratops - if you haven't seen these toys before they are SO cute and well made with wood and other materials. 
  2. Duplo My First Farm - or any Duplo set
  3. Tobbles - fun stackable, weighted spheres
  4. SmartMax - large magnetic building pieces
  5. Tonka Dump Truck - a classic!
  6. Melissa & Doug Deluxe Wooden Pound and Roll - pounding and rolling, what more could you want?
Monday
Nov112013

Spread some joy (and sanity) this Holiday season

I try hard to be prepared (it doesn't always happen, but I try) and I love having small gifts ready to go for unexpected guests, neighbors or bored kids at a restaurant. Especially during the holidays! That's why I love these small, ready to go gifts with fun labels.

I made up a couple of fun printables to make it even easier for you to have small gifts at the ready. Or you could plan a whole day of leaving these fun gifts around town for people to find. Wouldn't it put a smile on your kids' face to find one of these lying around?!

Click through to get the printable and see how to make your own PLUS a chance to win a $100 gift card!

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Thursday
Nov072013

2013 Holiday Gift Guide: Fun for Everyone

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  1. Fort Magic - Yes this is a pricier fort kit, but you get what you pay for. We've tried others and this one by far is the sturdiest and best to stand up to kids. Great for parents to build for little ones and for older kids to build themselves.
  2. Boogie Board - a cool LCD writing tablet to replace paper/pens. It is pressure sensitive so you can use the stainless steel stylus, your finger or any non marking/scratching item. Great for road trips or times when the kids need to sit still. Erases at the touch of a button.
  3. Q-Ba-Maze - really cool cubes that interlock to create a marble run with unlimited configurations (like animals, shapes etc)
  4. Wall Coaster - a fun track that goes right on the wall. You can add your own velcro or magnets for easier use for the young kids.
  5. MakeDo - any of their play sets or new Box Props are so fun. The Box Props turn any small box into a fun character or toy
  6. Pig Popper - I included this last year. I don't know why but this is one of those toys that everyone (even the adults) will get into. Squeeze his stomach and the ball pops out of his mouth with a satisfying "POP". There's a pig, shark, moose, dinosaur, dog... and they have fun accessories this year like extra balls or targets. This inexpensive toy is a favorite!
Tuesday
Nov052013

Free Printable Thankful Cards

I try to encourage my kids to realize how much they have and how truly blessed we are all throughout the year but Thanksgiving seems like a great time to really reflect on all we are given. So this year I created some free printable Thankful cards for us to use. Click through for the info and printables.

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Wednesday
Oct302013

Pretend Play: Pumpkin Patch

This idea was too cute NOT to share

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