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Hide and Seek

I think everyone has played hide and seek at one point or another, but you can also turn it into a treasure hunt where you hide an object instead of yourself. Walk around with your child to look for the secret treasure. You can let them know if they are getting closer or farther away if they are getting frustrated….


Sing, Dance and Be Silly

When we get really bored at home I play some dance music and act silly. When I can be silly, it’s very contagious and the kids immediately start dancing around and singing. What a great way to get some energy out, have fun, and make memories with your kids! You can also turn it into a follow the leader game…


Fluffy White Ghosts

My son brought home a ghost from preschool… it looked like he made it with white puffy paint, but when I asked the teachers they said it was shaving cream and glue! It looked like too much fun not to try at home. Here’s the list of supplies you’ll need: a bowl and spoon colored paper shaving cream glue white…


How to Make a Rainbow Cake: Directions and How Kids Can Help

Welcome guest blogger Anna Sparks! I love this rainbow cake that she made and wanted to share with everyone…. Just take a look at the picture and you will want to make this cake with your kids! I saw this online and just thought it would be so much fun to make. Also the different dyed cakes started me spinning…


Day Out With Thomas: The Ready, Set, Go Tour 2016

Thomas the Tank Engine™, Percy, and Sir Topham Hatt™ are visiting the Illinois Railway Museum in Union, Illinois for Day Out With Thomas: The Ready, Set, Go Tour 2016. It’s a special opportunity for your train fans to ride on the life-sized characters they love. We took my son and it was a memorable experience for us. He couldn’t contain his…