Are you looking for fun and frugal President’s Day Kid’s Crafts? Katie has you covered with two creative DIY’s that you and your kids will love and enjoy.
A Halloween craft that also doubles as decor? Check out Katie’s latest creation— Dollar Store Décor: DIY Halloween Votive Holder.
TheCubicleChick.com Parenting Contributor Prerna Malik gives five important tips that will help you select the best summer camp for your child.
Yes, it is unfortunate but true that most kids are growing up to a lifestyle packed with too much television and junk food and too little exercise and fruits. Exercise and physical activity have a ton of benefits for kids.
You don’t need to break the bank to make these Valentine’s Day greetings, in fact all of the supplies pictured here were purchased at a dollar store! You don’t need a lot of time either, as each of these Valentine’s Day greetings was whipped up in less than ten minutes each.
Children understand expectations best when they are presented to them visually. A chore chart is a perfect way to show children what jobs they are responsible for.
The holidays may be over, but our friends at LEGO® are just getting started. The brand that we have come to rely on for family fun has just released The Official LEGO® Channel on YouTube that will allow you to create your own playlists of your favorite LEGO® videos that the whole family can watch.
Kids and Parenting contributor Prerna Malik discusses 4 ways parents can encourage their kids to volunteer and give back to the community. Our next National Day of Service is on 1/21/13, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
This New Year’s resolution wreath is a super way to capture a wonderful moment in time! Now that the new year has arrived, sit and talk with your children about their hopes and dreams for it.
TheCubicleChick.com’s Parenting Contributor, Prerna Malik gives four ways working moms can create holiday activities for kids that will keep them busy during school break.
It may be too hot outside to partake in the sun and fun, but a fab activity that you can do indoors is taking a cooking class with your child. I recently enrolled in a cooking class session at Dierbergs School of Cooking with my 8 year old daughter and here’s our review!
Why is the Library so underrated these days? When I was coming up, I would spend hours and hours in my neighborhood library reading books, meeting new friends, and participating in the art classes and story time which was always readily available. These days it’s a little different. My son prefers going to Borders and […]