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Santa Claus: That rotund, imaginary man that brings joy to so many children—and anxiety to so many parents. Every holiday season parents across the country struggle with the same questions. Should we continue insisting Santa is real and if so, how long? How do we let our child down gently? The answers are dependent ...

‘Tis the season! Get your kids ready for this years holidays with 5 not-so-messy crafts we ‘ve put together to put some fun into your kids’ Christmas Santa Ornament For this salt dough Santa ornament, you’ll need: 1 cup flour 1/2 cup salt 1/2 cup lukewarm water Instructions: Pre-heat over to 200 degrees F. First, mix ...

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Frozen grapes These delicious treats won’t give your child a brain freeze, not will they hurt their teeth, as grapes remain chewable when frozen. Perfect for little hands, these will sure be a refreshing treat. You will need: a handful of seedless grapes, red or green. Yogurt, chia and toothpicks optional. Wash grapes and place ...

One of the best things you can do for your child—and yourself—is to teach your child to become more independent. Not only will this give him or…

Creative Holiday Crafts for Kids

A drift of Epsom salts helps set the scene in this winter wonderland. Trace the opening of a clear plastic shot glass (we got ours at a dollar store) on card stock. Use pinking shears to cut a circle slightly larger than the traced line, then use a glue dot to adhere a small plastic figure to the center. Add 1 tablespoon Epsom salts to the plastic cup, then line the rim of the cup with tacky glue and adhere the card stock base. When the seam is dry, glue a piece of metallic pipe cleaner…

Making Thanksgiving Special to Your Children Thanksgiving is a special time for adults and kids alike. For adults, it’s often about seeing extended family, gorging oneself, and, perhaps most importantly, reflecting on what you’re grateful for. For children, Thanksgiving means time off from school (yay!), seeing grandparents and cousins, and eating lots of turkey and ...