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Why buy a shelf when you've got everything you need in your own home? The Book to Shelf project is a fantastic way to organize your bulky books without having to purchase huge pieces of furniture.

give kids a "secret service" mission. tell them for 1 week, they have to do something for someone else without "blowing their cover."

Indoor Treehouse. Not sure how facilities and operations would feel about this in one of our schools but it sure is cool.

Play stage. Add some toy microphones, dress up clothes, and accessories, and its' a party! I wonder if I could do something similar in the classroom...?

Only one cut and easy-to-follow instructions make for a kid-sized reading nook that you can build today! This is a simple project that comes together in an hour or less. You need recycled material for the panels and approximately $20 worth of supplies, assuming you own a drill, staple gun and wrench. Questions: Please send me a message anna{AT}lawrencegirls{DOT}com

Turn a 2x4 into a large ruler for the wall, and record the height of your kids as they grow. You never have to worry about moving to a new house

An interesting method.. - One Stop Humor: Funny Pictures and Videos!

As a previous art teacher with two young kids (Now grown) while I was teaching I wish I had had one of these on my door. Every latchkey kiddo in the neighborhood wanted me for a Mom and some afternoons I found myself entertaining up to 10 children, some my kids didn't even know. Crazy! For neighborhood kids during homework and chore time. Very cool way to say no!

Kitchen Skills by Age --- what tasks are appropriate for what age. Part of Kids Cooking Camp!

Good trick to get your kids to help out more

Take two invisible elastic bands and separate the hair into two ponytails, one above the other, in the back of your head. Once the ponytails are secured, take sections of each ponytail and, starting at the ends, roll them toward the head, pinning them in place with bobby pins. Roll the top ponytail first, then the bottom, leaving pieces closest to the middle for last.)