Halloween Games for Kids: Pumpkin Bowling

Who’s ready to go bowling? This activity is so easy to make, and a guaranteed great time for any munchkin! Materials Needed: Paper towel rolls (10) Black construction paper Candy Glue, tape, or a hot glue gun Small pumpkin Cut two eyes and a mouth out of black construction paper. […]


Halloween Games for Kids: Pin the Bowtie on the Skeleton

If you’re looking for a fun, non-scary Halloween game for wee ones, look no further! This game costs less than $5 to make and provides hours of entertainment! Materials Needed: Black poster board White construction paper Scissors Glue Colorful paper (for bowties) Tape Blindfold Time to get started! Draw and cut out skeleton […]


Halloween Games for Kids: Feed the Monster

Looking for an easy and fun Halloween game for your little ones? Try “Feed the Monster!” A Halloween twist on the traditional bags game. I love the way these turned out! Materials needed: White foam boards (2) Markers and Crayons Utility or craft knife Candy Draw a monster on each […]


Alternatives to Carving Pumpkins

Leaves are turning, temperatures are dropping, and Halloween is only 22-days away! I’ve always loved carving pumpkins, but now that we have two little ones in the house, digging out the knives seems like a poor parenting decision… So this year I set out to find kid-friendly alternatives to carving […]


Good Neighbor Day Ideas

Not so long ago, the world felt like a smaller place, and everybody knew everybody else in their neighborhood. Now, many of us aren’t familiar with our neighbors, and only speak to them in passing. Well, September 28th was Good Neighbor Day, and we decided to celebrate and spread a […]


Grandparents Day Gift Tags

Want a creative gift tag for your Grandparents Day gifts? Check out these easy tags that also double as keepsakes! Want to make your own? Grab some cardstock, a black ink pad and a marker. Have your little ones sit down and stamp the bottom of their feet with an ink […]