Posted in How To

How to share rules of Football for Kids Skip

The air is changing from stifling hot summer days to crisp cool nights. Not only are you gearing up to watch your favorite pro football team finally make it to the playoffs, you’re eager to introduce the dynamics of the game to your future quarterback. You’ve dreamed of this day…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to make recipe for Macaroni and Mascarpone Cheese for Kids Skip

Admit it, you know all about Tequila Tuesday and Whiskey Wednesday — so why not think up a day-of-the-week-inspired treat your toddler can enjoy as well? Kids like routines, even in their diet, so maybe Macaroni Mondays can be the new tradition. Try an easy macaroni and Mascarpone cheese recipe…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to create things to Do to Improve Relationships With Kids Skip

As a parent, it’s a hard moment when you realize that the child you cherish has become distant to you. However, your relationship can be turned around, and the younger your child is, the easier it will be to get things back on track. Before you start having nightmares about…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to make the Importance of a Good Relationship Between Parents for Kids Skip

According to John Gottman, marriage researcher and author of “Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child,” a poor relationship between parents can affect children’s physical, emotional and social health. As a parent, you may have problems with your spouse — if you don’t there’s probably something wrong with you — but you…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to create the Average Bedtimes for Kids Skip

When your kiddo is throwing her fourth tantrum of the day and you just can’t sing “The Wheels on the Bus” one more time, it’s usually calming to calculate exactly how many hours you have left until her bedtime. A toddler or preschooler needs plenty of deep sleep to prepare…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to Teaching Manners to Shy or Rude Kids Skip

You may think that your toddler or preschooler is being rude to his playground buddies, but kids at this stage of development often don’t think about the needs of others. They have a fundamentally healthy selfishness that helps them figure out their place in the world. Or perhaps you’re worried…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to use Thanksgiving Coloring Games for Kids Skip

While the turkey’s cooking and you are trying to get the potatoes lump-free, occupy the kids with fun-filled Thanksgiving coloring games. Instead of parking your toddler or preschooler in front of a screen — whether it’s the TV or a computer — help her to get creatively crafty and color…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to solve simple macaroni ‘N cheese recipe for kids skip

For busy moms, getting dinner on the table is often hectic, especially with kids who seem to turn their noses up at half of what you make. Macaroni and cheese is one of those universally-liked, kid-friendly dishes that rarely garner a complaint, even from your picky eaters. The key is…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to share signs of healthy socialization in kids skip

Healthy socialization isn’t just a developmental milestone to maintain. Instead, it’s a much more complex series of steps that help your child to navigate the world around her. From patiently waiting her turn in line for the preschool water fountain to playing a game of tag without tackling the other…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to share Setting Up Successful Activities for Kids Skip

Whether you’ve volunteered to be your child’s room mom at her elementary school or you’ve been grudgingly drafted to lead your son’s Scout troop, one of your jobs is to plan and organize activities for the group. It may seem daunting at first, but with planning, preparation, common sense —…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How To Make Patriotic Top Hat Crafts for Kids Skip

When you try to teach toddlers and preschoolers about patriotic holidays and celebrations, they might not get it. Instead of talking and reading about what being patriotic means, put together a few fun hands-on crafts related to the theme. Undertaking some crafts related to patriotic top hats can help your…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How To Painting a Handprint Christmas Tree for Kids Skip

Your little one seems to grow bigger by the day, and you’d love to capture the moment — if only you could get him to settle down. Around the holidays, making a hand print Christmas tree craft may be the perfect opportunity to spend some time together, while immortalizing his…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Google How To

How To Share Outside Activities in St. Louis, MO For Kids Skip

Your toddlers would much rather be outside where they can run around, have fun and not worry about having to use their inside voices. If you’re really being honest, you probably prefer your toddlers being outside as well, because it means no one is wiping sticky fingers on your couch…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How To Share Nutcracker Ballet Activities for Kids Skip

Though she isn’t quite ready yet, you can’t wait for the day when your toddler or preschooler will be old enough to attend the classic Christmas ballet, “The Nutcracker.” She may not be mature enough to sit through the full-length performance, but she can still enjoy the show’s sights and…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How To Share Musical Instrument Arts & Crafts for Kids Skip

Your toddler or preschooler might have begged for that expensive guitar that is several sizes too big, but little does he know you can make your own instruments with objects you probably have around the house. You can pull out a few simple instrument-making arts and crafts when those rainy…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How To Share Marigold Flower Activities for Kids Skip

Who doesn’t love marigolds? These sunny and bright flowers can make anyone feel happy, and usually draw toddlers and preschoolers right over whenever you go to a nursery or garden center. Don’t just leave these flowers in the shadows — encourage your little ones to love sunny marigolds even more…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Google How To

Making Halloween Picture Frames for Kids Skip

Halloween is all about costumes and candy, friends and fun. Make Halloween-themed picture frames to display seasonal art, a poem or a snapshot of your little one in costume. The best part about it — there are no expensive supplies needed. Gather a few items from around the house to…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to Share Luau Decoration Activities for Kids Skip

If you can’t take a trip to the islands, bring the islands to you with a luau. Make your little ones part of the fun by putting them in charge of decorating for the event. Using a few simple arts and crafts supplies, and with a little help from you,…

Continue Reading...