1. Children in the snow

    Five Unique Activities for Chilly Days With Young Children

    In December, cold weather is a bit of a novelty. The first snow lightly coats the ground, holiday celebrations commence with hot cocoa handy, and the excitement of cozy winter sweaters and toasty fires consumes us. But when January and February arrive, the cold temperatures no longer feel new, and children in particular have a tendency to become bored, whiny, and riddled with cabin fever. Try a di…Read More

  2. family at fair

    End of Summer Activities for Nostalgic Families With Young Children

    The end of summer is a bittersweet time for many families, especially those with young children. The beach days, lazy summer evenings, and long weekends camping are in the rear view mirror, and fall is approaching, along with the hustle and bustle that comes with it. But since summer technically lingers until later in September, your family can still enjoy a few last pieces of summer before it’s…Read More

  3. Five Fun Summertime Crafting Ideas for Young Children

    While the summertime means days at the beach, hikes through the woods, and plenty of day trips and excursions, there are likely to be some rainy days and some quiet afternoons indoors as well. Summertime-themed crafts can be a great way to keep kids entertained and engaged, and some of these can actually help you to bring a little bit of summertime into your home décor! A few craft sticks, some c…Read More

  4. STEM Activities You Can Do at Home with Your Child

    The winter can be a great time to focus on innovative indoor activities that will engage your young child. Preschool aged children, and even some toddlers, may be excited to learn about science, technology, engineering, and math from these simple crafts that can be done at home with just a few simple objects, and these activities are a great complement to the STEM knowledge your children are acqui…Read More