Tag Archive | kids’ activities

Kids on the Go: Apple Hill (Guest Post on Glittering Muffins)

We are so pleased to be doing a guest post on Glittering Muffins about one of our favorite spots to take Monkey – Apple Hill in Northern California. Apple Hill is a collection of apple orchards located in the foothills of the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains.  It is the place to be in the fall, […]

November Culture Swapper Is Live!

I am proud to be co-hosting the Worldwide Culture Swappers link up again this month, created and sponsored by Worldwide Culture Swap and co-hosted by myself and Kid World Citizen. The monthly Worldwide Culture Swapper is a way for bloggers to share blog posts or photos about anything related to culture, geography, language, traditions, customs, […]

Journey to the Gratitude Garden: Activity for Thanksgiving

Looking for a way to help little ones understand the concept of gratitude, and why it is so important?  Here is one action-based idea! My local multicultural moms group is holding a Thanksgiving party for our little ones, and I wanted to create a fun activity that would help them understand the concept of gratitude. […]

Scarecrow Crafts and Activities Round-up

Lately it seems wherever my little Monkey and I go there are Halloween decorations: pumpkins, witches, and ghosts galore greet us at every turn, making our walk through our neighborhood even more fun than usual. But even though my son loves all of the decorations, his favorites by far are the scarecrows.  Whenever we pass […]

Book Review: 75 Ways to Have More Fun at Home

I am so excited to be sharing with you an amazing new resource – the new eBook from Anna Luther, 75 Ways to Have More Fun at Home.  This book is packed with fun activities you can do with your little ones, all without ever having to leave the house! We all know that raising […]

Hispanic Heritage Month Blog Hop Fiesta and Giveaway!

We are so excited to be co-hosting the first annual Hispanic Heritage Month Blog Hop Fiesta! Hispanic Heritage Month is going on now through October 15, so join us as we celebrate the rich cultural heritage given to our country by generations of Hispanic Americans.  The term Hispanic or Latino, as defined by the U.S. […]

Quiet Time Activities

Looking for a way to keep your little one (somewhat) quietly occupied?  Check out these amazing ideas from around the web! We’ve all been there: at church or temple, at the doctor’s office, on an airplane, or anyplace else where we want our children to sit quietly for more than 30 seconds.  We’re trying to […]