I am a firm believer in starting kids early on chores. That being said, I’m also a strong believer in kids being given chores they are developmentally able to do. Assigning a 4 year old to unload the dishwasher? Probably not a good idea. Having the 4 year old make her bed? Absolutely!
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It’s time for your child to head off to kindergarten; are you ready? While it may sound exciting (and frightening!) for both you and your child, it’s important for parents to make sure their children are ready for this big milestone. Other than planning and organizing school supplies, here are five of the best ways to prepare your child for…
Kids (and most adults!) love to dip their food and fruit is no exception. I thought I’d never find a fruit dip recipe that did not include marshmallow fluff and tons of sugar so I whipped up my own using three simple ingredients. Not only is it healthy and delicious, it’s kid-approved.
The start of school is quickly approaching and with it comes the daunting (not to mention expensive!) job of shopping for school supplies. For homeschool families like ours, school supplies are just as much fun to shop for as our public school counterparts. How to save money on school supplies is equally as important to us, as well! If you…
Let your child’s imagination run wild this summer! It is the perfect time to create summer crafts like whimsical shirts, beach treasures, and still life art. Here are a few fun summer crafts for kids of all ages that are sure to make the season memorable.