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33 Life-Changing Food Hacks Every Parent Needs To Know

Bloomies Tutorial - Bow Bun

Love all the steps involved in this one, should keep the kiddos occupied for a good long time!

Simple Sewing Cards - free printable from

Felt Pumpkin Faces & Template

DIY naturally dyed face paint

File folder chore chart - isn't that clever!

Calming Jar - Tell child that they need a break and may come back when everything has settled to the bottom.

Yarn and tape a hallway for a "laser obstacle course". That will keep 'em busy for a couple of hours.

DIY Magnetic Case

How to Make a Bubble Quilt - Softy and squishy!

How to Make a Bubble Quilt - Softy and squishy!

diy washing machine for kids

Home Depot Box and Duct Tape (mmm) - TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS

Brilliant Alice in Wonderland costume!

DIY Body Paint - a super simple sensory activity

Top Ten Things Kids Really Want Their Parents To Do With Them - I like this list.


Kermit's Green Apples with Peanut Butter Dip

Stephanie Morgan is mom to 2 young children, a style and parenting blogger & freelance writer, and the founder of www.ModernParents... (MPMK for short). MPMK, recently voted Best Craft Blog in Parents Magazine, provides daily inspiration to thousands of parents on how to engage their kids, get organized, and create a stylish home. Steph gravitates towards anything that fosters development, is accessible to all parents (including the crafting-impaired), & has a bit of a modern edge.

The Back to School Fairy comes every year the day before school and leaves something for the kids so that they are excited to start school again.

Repurpose old couch/chair cushions for a child reading/quiet time corner.

Don't donate that old coffee table just yet! Use chalk board paint and bright colors to make the perfect kid's table that your children CAN draw on.

'100 Ways to entertain a toddler'. This Mom has fun (and funny) ideas to interest her toddler. She rates each with a grade to it's success. Good reference.

too cute