Things to Do with Kids

Things to do with kids – check out these fun kid projects, activities and adventures to do with kids.

10 Easy DIY Christmas Ornaments to Make With Your Kids

By |December 5th, 2014|Parenting, Things to Do with Kids|

Looking for DIY Christmas Ornaments you can make with your kids? Look no further! Get ready to get glittery! Next week all 4 kids will be home. If everything works out as planned, I'll have the majority of the week off and we can get crafting. We have had our Christmas tree up for a [...]

Fall Scavenger Hunt for Kids

By |September 22nd, 2014|Parenting, Printables, Things to Do with Kids|

Enjoy this weather and the season with this fall scavenger hunt for kids! I don't know what the weather is like in your neck of the woods, but here in Texas we can finally say it's beautiful. Those 100 degree days are brutal. Playing outside can only happen after dark or in the whee hours [...]

7 Ways to Celebrate Shark Week with Kids

By |August 5th, 2014|Parenting, Things to Do with Kids|

This post brought to you by Cold Stone Creamery. All opinions are 100% mine. Shark Week this year starts August 10th, are you read? The annual week of non-stop shark action on the Discovery Channel™. Even if your kids aren't old enough or mature enough to handle Shark Week, we have several ways to get your [...]

50+ Fun Science Projects for Toddlers & Kids

By |July 7th, 2014|Parenting, Science Projects for Kids, Things to Do with Kids|

Looking for some fun things to do with your toddlers and kids? Why not break up the boring with some SCIENCE projects for kids! Our 4 kids are (thankfully) still at ages where we can get them to do things together. My husband loves to break out the science when they start complaining and need something to [...]

50 Fun Summer Bucket List Ideas for Kids

By |June 4th, 2014|Parenting, Things to Do with Kids|

Why hello summer! You snuck up and welcomed us with open arms and we are vowing this year to fully embrace it. Of all summers, this year I am most excited for what's ahead. The kids have a few camps and the toddlers still have preschool a few days a week, so I will still be [...]

12+ Adorable DIY Valentines Day Cards for Kids

By |January 12th, 2014|Geekery, Parenting, Things to Do with Kids|

While it is still feeling like Christmas around our house, the calendar is screaming VALENTINE'S DAY!!  Yes folks, before we know it, V-day will be here and if you are a mom with kids (this year ALL FOUR will have Valentine parties!) - chances are you will need Valentine's Day Cards. If you are looking [...]

Wall Felt Christmas Tree and Felt Snowman

By |December 22nd, 2013|Parenting, Things to Do with Kids, Toddler Talk|

Last year I fell in love with the wall felt Christmas trees for toddlers. This past Thanksgiving, I found a purpose for an entry wall in our house. I am using it to create seasonal fun. For Thanksgiving, it was a Wall Thankful Tree - and now for Christmas, it's a Wall Felt Christmas Tree [...]

5 Reasons to Visit Dallas Galleria During Christmas

By |December 4th, 2013|Things to Do with Kids|

Every year there are certain Christmas traditions that we do with our kids. There is the decorating of the Christmas tree, icing cookies, building a gingerbread house, and then there are Christmas activities around town that have become tradition and visiting the Dallas Galleria is one of them, here is why you should visit Dallas [...]

How to Make a Wall Thankful Tree

By |November 7th, 2013|Home Sweet Home, Parenting, Thanksgiving, Things to Do with Kids|

I recently saw an image on the web featuring the idea of a wall thankful tree. Instantly I knew I had to make one and I had the perfect spot. We are in the midst of some remodeling at our house. We've converted the formal living to a formal dining and the formal dining we [...]

Make Your Own Bouncy Balls

By |March 13th, 2013|Things to Do with Kids|

What kid doesn't like bouncy balls? My kids, from little to big could spend hours bouncing around the little rubber balls all day - well until either I yank them away in fear of my toddlers choking on them, or until my older kids break something with the ball. If your kids are bouncy ball [...]

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