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Kids movie night, inside or out. Use a blow up kiddie pool and fill with pillows and blankets.

I AM SO DOING THIS Dinosaur eggs: 1 1/4 cups dirt, 1 1/4 cups flour, 3/4 cups of salt, 1/2 cup if sand. mix dry ingredients start adding water slowly until it holds form, form around critters of your choice let dry in the sun and let the kids enjoy discovering whats inside.

Take small glow sticks and put them in plastic eggs. Then hid them in the house and turned off the lights for the hunt. Must remember this!

Nothing But Monkey Business: Infant Activities (Ages 6 - 16 months) Scarf Pull!

I LOVE THIS! At last, someone genuinely making my life easier! I have one of these kids! | Keeley McGuire: Lunch Made Easy: 20 Non-Sandwich School Lunch Ideas for

Great idea or when it's your kids turn to bring the snack to class or on their B'day!

DIY: Indian tipi for kids - Tipi indio para niños

Homemade bath crayons? Here's just 1 of the hundreds of great ideas on this family website "A Magical Childhood"

Need to remember this for KIDS...Remove a splinter easily by applying a paste of baking soda and water, then waiting several minutes for the splinter to pop out of the skin. Gotta remember this!

Every child needs to grow up money-smart. This site help guide parents and educators on what age groups should know at their age.

Reporting Vs Tattling: Here’s a Great Way to Explain to the Kiddos!

Fingerprint art. Aww! Such a good idea for little kids. :)

Better than a stool. Easy to just push back in rather than move the stool around. So clever. That space goes otherwise unused.

Giant water bag...just a few things from Walmart and you have a $10 giant waterbed!! Easy for playing rough!

I love this idea. Start a savings shadow box with a picture of what they're saving for. This would also be cool for the kids, to teach them to save for something.

This company will craft a real toy from a child's drawing. How neat is that.

"Each year our kids must choose ten old toys to put in their Santa bags. These must be toys in decent shape that other kids would actually want. We leave the bags under our tree on Christmas Eve. Santa takes the old toys back to the North Pole to fix them up he leaves new toys in the bag. Great way to declutter, recycle old toys, and teach the kids about giving