This summer add some creativity to your schedule and take a trip to your local art museum. If taking your children to a museum is not your idea of a good time, here are some tips to make the process a bit more enjoyable:
Tools & Tips
I recently watched a few episodes of the new Netflix series, Tidying Up, with Marie Kondo. I’m loving it while feeling overwhelmed by it. Her methods have the family literally touch and sort through EVERYTHING in their home. Watching them do a whole house might make organizing your kid’s room look possible.
In addition to having their space organized, children need to learn how to organize their time. Lucky for you, I have created some adorable and easy to follow morning routine and bedtime routine charts to help keep the kids on track as they move through those hectic times of day.
Helping your child tap into their creative side doesn’t have to break the bank. Kids of all ages love to get art supplies as gifts. But don’t feel like you have to spend the big bucks to give your kids hours of creative fun. Here are 14 gift ideas, most of which you can find at your local arts and crafts store.
Trick or treating is so much fun but who really needs all that sugar in their lives? Here are some fun options that you might not have heard about or considered to get rid of some of that candy without the kids feeling like they are missing out.