Last week, we husband went to jury duty for the first time ever. He was actually kind of happy to be summoned as he has never received a jury summons. I think I’ve been summoned 3 or 4 times, so I was happy it was him this time and
Here’s a fun science experiment for kids with a simple helicopter style twirler. These toothpick twirlers spin as they fall! Here’s how to make one: Gather your supplies: paper, scissors, toothpicks, and tape. You might also want markers for decorating. Cut a strip of paper and fold it in
Nothing beats playing outside, but sometimes the weather just doesn’t allow for outdoor play. Here are some ways that preschoolers can be active indoors – without harming themselves or your furniture! Game #1: Masking Tape Race Lane Make a masking tape “lane” on the floor. The boys enjoyed running
Build a working candy dispenser out of Legos! Got M&M’s? Or Skittles? Even if you don’t do trick-or-treating, it seems like there is always plenty of candy floating around during this time of the year… Add a little creativity to your kids’ sugar high with this fun Lego project!