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Dollar Tree Snow Globe Jar Ornament (Photo)

Anahi Bermudez Sosa made this personalized photo ornament made with all Dollar Tree items! It looks like her daughter is in a snow globe putting the star on a Christmas tree! She used a plastic jar ornament (It’s called Crafter’s Square DIY Plastic Pint Jar Ornaments, 4.375×2.5 in), faux snow, mini bow, mini brush trees,

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Cardboard Roll Nutcracker Craft

Welcome to DAY 15 of our Christmas craft blitz! Today’s spectacular nutcrackers are made from a cardboard roll. Aren’t they fantastic?! These guys are easy to make. You just paint blocks of colour and then add a face and some craft odds and ends for detail. These colourful nutcrackers will look amazing displayed on a

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St. Patrick’s Day Color by Number Printables

Free Color by Number Printables Grab these free St. Patrick’s Day color by number printables! There are six pages in the PDF that include shamrocks, hats, leprechauns, a pot of gold and more. Just have the kids color the # spaces with the corresponding color. Download HERE The post St. Patrick’s Day Color by Number

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Valentine’s Day Bingo for Preschoolers

Need a quick Valentine’s Day game to play for a party or playdate with friends? Try this Valentine’s Day Bingo game for preschoolers! This printable Bingo game is easy to download and print out for a low prep party activity! RELATED: Need more easy Valentine’s Ideas? This heart hunt is our favorite! This game isContinue

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Button Angel Ornament

Wow! This is our 18th awesome Christmas craft this month! I hope you’re enjoying them as much as I am! Today we are making button angels, and they are absolutely darling. Everyone (adults included) will love sifting through the buttons and ordering and stacking them by size to make these sweet angels. Click the link

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Great Things to Do on Long Island This Weekend With Kids: St. Patrick’s Day Parades, Theater, Art

Looking for the best things to do on Long Island this weekend? Here are some family-friendly events and activities to add to your list for this weekend. More St. Patrick’s Day parades are marching around Long Island. You can also celebrate Irish heritage with a day on Rockwell Farm, hosted by the Smithtown Historical Society. Take a break from

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47 Ways YOU Can Be The Fun Mom!

Having fun isn’t always top priority as a parent.  There is plenty of structure, rules and reasons.  But, sometimes there is room for some fun.  Sometimes, it is nice to loosen the reigns a bit and goof off. I remember the day that I first saw my mom let loose on the reigns and allow…

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Year of Play Week 1 Snowmen

Here’s a look at A Year of Play! A Year of Play is an easy to use ebook that includes 12 months of activity calendars and play plans for busy toddler parents created by Toddler Approved! The program includes 48 weeks of themed activity ideas and children’s book recommendations. A Year of Play kicks offContinue

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No-Sew Fabric Bookmarks

On the seventh day of Christmas, the Hooligans gave to me….. No-Sew Fabric Bookmarks! YES! They’re no-sew so even the youngest crafters can make them. All you need is a piece of cardboard and a small scrap of fabric. Add a yarn tassel, and kids will have a terrific homemade Christmas gift for a book-loving

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DIY Dollar Tree Slipper Gnome

Randi Jahn Palm turned this Dollar store slipper sock into a cute Christmas gnome! She said she just turned the bottom part back then glued on a ping pong ball for the nose. You will want to paint the ping pong ball tan color first. Then she used twine to tie the top of the

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Best Things To Do in Boston this Weekend with Kids: St. Patrick’s Day Parades, Chocolate Tours

Looking for the best things to do in Boston this weekend? Here are some family-friendly events and activities in the area to add to your list for this weekend. St. Patrick’s Day is still another week away, but in Greater Boston, folks get started early. Get the family out for Irish celebrations (including St. Patrick’s parades and Celtic festivals) this

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Indoor Baking Soda Science Activity for Preschoolers

What experiment can you do with baking soda? We love this simple (and giant) indoor baking soda science activity for preschoolers! Toddlers and preschoolers will love this classic baking soda and vinegar experiment that they can do indoors! We do fizzy science bins all year long (even Christmas fizzy drips science bins) and they are always popular! HowContinue

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Easter Color by Number Printable

Entertain your kids with these free Easter color by number printables! There are 5 pages in the downloadable PDF of bunnies, chicks, and Easter eggs. Once you open up Dropbox, there should be a “Download” button in the left hand corner. Have fun! Download HERE The post Easter Color by Number Printable (Free PDF Download)

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Leprechaun Binoculars Craft

Fun Toilet Paper Roll St. Patrick’s Day Craft Have the kiddos make these cute little Leprechaun binoculars for them to look for the little guys! If you don’t want to use toilet paper rolls you can certainly cut paper towel rolls shorter. With a string around their neck, the kids can go on a Leprechaun

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Santa in the Chimney Gift Box

Cutest DIY Christmas Gift Box Make an adorable chimney gift box with Santa’s feet sticking out! You could put a whole bunch of Christmas goodies inside like candy or cookies! I think these would make a fun craft for the kids, and an even better gift for neighbors, teachers, etc! Just save your juice or

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Paper Plate Rainbow Craft

Paper Plate St. Patrick’s Day Craft If you are looking for a rainbow craft for St. Patrick’s Day, have the kiddos do this one! The paper plate acts like a puffy cloud with the cotton balls and a rainbow follows underneath. Make sure to check out our swirly rainbow craft too! We love paper plate

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Collage Heart Art Project

One of the things I am really trying to promote in my PreK class right now is the process of making art and how it’s ok if we don’t know how it’s going to look before we make it. Art is a process, and while we use crafts in our class, we focus much more

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Painted Egg Carton Ornaments

Happy Monday, Lovely, and Happy DAY 13 of our 21 days of Christmas crafts! I’m so excited to share today’s craft with you! It’s so beautiful, you’ll never believe it’s made with just an egg carton and paint. T These ornaments are SO easy to make, and absolutely gorgeous. And they allow kids to get

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37 Genius LEGO Storage & Organization Ideas

Let’s talk LEGO storage. If you have more than one set of LEGO bricks in the house, then at one time you have pondered how to organize them with some kind of LEGO storage! How in the world can we put all these LEGOs away? They are the toy that just keeps multiplying so I…

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Year of Play Toddler Plans

What can I do with my toddler? Try A Year of Play toddler plans! Make your life easier with a plan each day! Do you ever feel overwhelmed and unsure of what you should be doing with your toddler and preschooler each day? I know I have felt that way! Do you ever wish youContinue

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Clothespin Reindeer Ornaments

How to Make Reindeer Ornaments out of Clothespins Here’s a fun new Christmas craft for the kids to make…clothespin reindeer ornaments! They are super easy with guidance. Almost all these items were purchased from the Dollar Tree store but you can find them at any craft store too. These are so cute hanging on the

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Baby Sock Keepsake Ornament

Welcome to DAY 12, My Lovely! Today’s Christmas craft takes less than 10 minutes to make, but it’s one of the sweetest crafts ever. You’re going to turn a pair of baby socks into a keepsake ornament for the Christmas tree. Parents, you’ll use an actual pair of your baby’s socks, so this ornament will

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Brooklyn Ninja Academy Brings Parkour Gym to Park Slope

The New York Ninja Academy is expanding, opening a brand new Brooklyn location for budding ninja warriors to train and get fit. Here, kids can experience the parkour obstacles made famous by the hit American Ninja Warrior television show. The Brooklyn Ninja Academy coaches kids (and adults) in skills and techniques to improve balance, agility,

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