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Read aloud books your 8-year-old won't be able to put down by peanutblossom: If you want to start reading aloud with your kids again, here are three tips for success: 1) Find stories that entertain both of you. 2) Take turns reading every other page to ensure you both stay engaged. 3) Be sure to pause and talk about the book. #Books #ReadAloud

Infographic: Bedtime! How Much Sleep Should Your Child Be Getting? by angieslist:  #Infographic #Kids #Sleep

Infographic: Bedtime! How Much Sleep Should Your Child Be Getting? by angieslist: #Infographic #Kids #Sleep

Hosting an end of summer bash? Try one of these party games! They're great for kids, teens and adults.

It’s the time of year to be thinking about Easter eggs! If you and the kids love to do-it-yourself, we have the recipe for you. It will help you get bright Easter eggs with ingredients you already have in your cupboard! No need for the expensive store bought Easter dying kits, and the kids can help with the final touches!

This room by JustTwinMamas is too cute! They used our 2" confetti polka dots to make a dramatic statement in this little girls room! http://www.justtwinmamas.com/