Printable Easter Activities for the Whole Family to Enjoy

Celebrate spring with our printable Easter activities! Are you looking for fun ways to celebrate Easter at home? Our holiday toolkit has fresh ideas for spring festivities, including several ways to update your Easter egg hunts this year! So break out the cute spring dresses, chocolate bunnies, hard-boiled eggs, and brightly colored plastic eggs; we’re…

Pi Day? More Like Pi YAY!

Did you know that someone who loves learning, especially mathematics, is called a philomath? Regardless of whether you love or loathe math, March 14th represents an annual opportunity for food lovers to come together and celebrate Pi Day with pie-shaped foods. After all, who doesn’t love pie? You can celebrate with traditional dessert pies, pizza…

Family Date Night: Valentine’s Day at Home

Valentine’s Day marks the transition from a long (and for many, challenging) winter to the hopeful first signs of spring. It’s a good reason to celebrate as a family. Your plans don’t need to be elaborate or expensive to make the occasion special. Small touches can build excitement for a heartfelt celebration. We have compiled…

DIY Snow Slime

Are you looking for a fun family activity to fill the time between Christmas and New Year’s? We’ve got you covered with our snow slime recipe! This is a great opportunity to get the kids off their devices and connect face to face, plus slime is a fabulous tool for getting kids exploring chemistry and…

Thanksgiving Togetherness, Even When You’re Far Apart

Times are tough, and Thanksgiving 2020 could be a challenging one for many of us. That being said, we have some ideas for how to adapt and still connect with each other this Thanksgiving, even in less than ideal circumstances. Please join us in thinking outside the box to celebrate Thanksgiving this year!  For age-specific…

Tastes of Fall – Easy Caramel Apple Bar

Every season brings different colors and flavors that we get to enjoy at our tables. One of our favorite savory flavors for fall is caramel apples! There is no better way to have a messy, sticky, sweet but most importantly, fun night than with a caramel apple bar. Here are a few tips to bring…

Thanksgiving may look different this year. Change up your traditions!

Remember what a holiday dinner was like sitting at the kids’ table?   Mashed potato mountains, corny jokes, and an extra helping of dessert. Fun, right? Holidays may look different for some families this year.  Less people gathered around the table and more connected by Zoom. This year, everyone has a seat at the kids’ table with…

April Holidays at Home

All of a sudden it’s April, and that means that Easter and Passover are fast approaching! Where’d the time go?! If you’re like us, it probably flew by while you were adjusting to home schooling (still adjusting, for the record), working from home at the same time, and all the while keeping that local news…

Decorating Your Holiday Table

While decorating for the holidays is all part of the fun, sometimes preparing your home for holiday entertaining can result in unnecessary stress. Instead of worrying about getting it all done by yourself, enlist a few helpful hands and take advantage of the opportunity to spend individual time with a loved one. Decorating your table…

Creating Holiday Traditions with Your Family

The holiday season is filled with family traditions. From decorating a tree together to making a favorite recipe, these traditions are often the things that create the most treasured memories. Carrying on traditions from generation to generation is something special that helps to strengthen a family’s identity. If you have young children, here are some…