Kids and creativity go hand-in-hand even when it comes to making things whether indoors or outdoors. I recently came across a few ideas on how kids can make their own race tracks for toy cars. These ideas are not only brilliant, but pretty easy to execute as well.
Arriving on the heels of the nation’s highest-selling month for comics in nearly two decades and a billion-dollar wave of blockbuster comics-based films, comes the world’s most comprehensive Bible in graphic novel form. With the help of illustrators and inkers holding Marvel and DC Comics pedigrees and leading Christian apologist writers, The Kingstone Bible releases this month to a generation showing skyrocketing consumption of comics and declining Bible readership.
“Louis Braille was just five years old when he lost his sight. He was a clever boy, determined to live like everyone else, and what he wanted more than anything was to be able to read. And so he invented his own alphabet—a whole new system for writing that could be read by touch. A system so ingenious that it is still used by the blind community today.”
Halloween is coming quickly, do you have your plans in place? How about trying something unique this year? Well, you probably have already done the trunk or treating thing, what about taking that up a notch with your friends, groups, church, etc., with Halloween Tailgating!
“Pley is the leading toy rental company. With Pley, kids play with the best toys, while parents save money, reduce clutter and help the environment. It teaches children to share and conserve the planet by reducing the amount of toys that ends up in landfills.”
Melody is a fantastic role model- encouraging everyone to follow their dreams despite adversity. The special, which is Executive Produced by Common (Selma), is based in 1963 Detroit during the civil rights movement, yet has a profound relevance today and can be a great tool for parents to start a dialogue with their children.
Amazing (Mostly) Edible Science – A Family Guide to Fun Experiments in the Kitchen is a real FUN book that shares science, eating and just plain fun. This book is geared for ages 7-10 (grades 2-5), but I think with adult supervision…good to go for all ages.
My youngest loved the corner section with the basketball hoops. Everything was at a level that could reach so I did not feel like I needed to hover over him to make sure he was having a good time. The right side of the facility included a dance studio/workout area, a craft area, photo booth, and a library.
Fun with Stitchables introduces young crafters to the fun of simple embroidery. Quick and easy cross-stitch sewing cards are included with punched holes for easy stitching, as well as a 16-page project book with instructions for designing your own unique stitching patterns and color combinations.
Are you a Kung Fu Panda fan who wants to have a flashy, pearly white smile? This is the perfect gift for you! Brush Buddies, the iconic brand of high-functioning, entertaining oral care products has joined forces with DreamWorks to add a Kung Foo Panda line of toothbrushes.