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End-of-Year Teacher Gifts
Many kids want to give their teacher a gift at the end of the year. Teachers love presents from their students! It shows them they are appreciated and liked, so giving a gift is definitely appropriate. That doesn’t mean you have to spend a lot of money.

 

5 Ways to Celebrate with Dad
Father’s Day is a wonderful occasion for expressing our love and respect for the fathers in our lives. Fathers play an important role in a child’s development, self-esteem and emotional wellbeing and a caring father’s guidance and wisdom has a lasting impact on the lives of their children.

 

Stylin'!

Chances are you have the necessary material on hand to make some stylin' jewelry.


 

Moms Love Homemade Gifts!
Nothing makes mothers happier on Mother's Day than a gift crafted by little hands. Moms love to see what their offspring create, and kids get excited anticipating their mom's reaction. A win-win if ever there was one!

 

Planning a Birthday Party for Three-Year-Olds
When your son or daughter turns three, you might decide it's time for a "real" birthday party, complete with other kids and party games. What fun!

 

Don't Forget to Say Thank You!
It's always a good idea to encourage the kids to send notes thanking others for presents and good times. Turn the task of writing thank you notes into a craft project. It's a good way to insure the notes get written -- and it's fun for everyone.

 

A Little Post-Holiday Organization
Because the holiday continues through the first of the year, you want to put your best foot forward as family and friends are still coming and going. This means you want the house to be presentable and festive.

 

Seven Ways to Deal with the Holidays and Divorce

Children from a divorced family are just as excited as any others, but whether the divorce is new or not, they might feel anxious about how their parents and they will manage. As a parent, you want to help your children through this busy season happily and without trauma. It’s not easy, but here are seven ideas that should help.


 

Fudge in a Flash!
It is easy to make fudge from scratch. This year, make it with your kids. Who knows? It just might become a holiday tradition in your house!

 

Gifts From Your Kitchen
Before you get caught up in the shopping frenzy, think about making gifts this year. These are especially nice for teachers, neighbors, shut-ins, and those friends who "have everything." You can bake Christmas cookies, coffee cakes, quick breads, or

 

Gifts From Your Kitchen
Before you get caught up in the shopping frenzy, think about making gifts this year. These are especially nice for teachers, neighbors, shut-ins, and those friends who "have everything." You can bake Christmas cookies, coffee cakes, quick breads, or

 

Gifts From Your Kitchen
Before you get caught up in the shopping frenzy, think about making gifts this year. These are especially nice for teachers, neighbors, shut-ins, and those friends who "have everything." You can bake Christmas cookies, coffee cakes, quick breads, or

 

How To Be a Good Weekend Guest

Been invited for the weekend? Pack your bag and prepare for a relaxing time with old or new friends. But keep in mind that being a good guest requires more than accepting the invitation with enthusiasm.


 

Gifts for the Graduate
When it comes to buying a graduation gift, you may think the graduate "has everything" -- and let's face it: many kids do! But with a little imagination and help from our list of ideas, it's easy to find a gift that demonstrates just how proud you are of the graduating senior.

 

Homemade Dog Treats
His big brown eyes are hard to resist. He s been so good and is so loyal; you want to reward him with a special treat. Reach for the dog biscuits and toss him one. It will disappear in a matter of seconds! Even better, toss him a biscuit you ve made y

 

Gifts From Your Kitchen
Before you get caught up in the shopping frenzy, think about making gifts this year. These are especially nice for teachers, neighbors, shut-ins, and those friends who "have everything." You can bake Christmas cookies, coffee cakes, quick breads, or

 

Make Father's Day Special
With a little planning kids can be creative in how they celebrate with their fathers. Homemade gifts, planned outings, and family gatherings are great ideas.

 








 
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