Tag Archive: Kids Activities (by Age)

14 Scrumptious Campfire Desserts You Need To Make This Summer

14 Scrumptious Campfire Desserts You Need To Make This SummerIf you are someone who loves spending time on a campsite you are going to love these campfire desserts! I honestly had no idea there were this many great ideas. I usually just stick to s’mores but I will definitely be stepping up my camping dessert game! 14 Scrumptious Campfire Desserts You Need To Make…

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Ocean Coloring Pages {Free Printable}

Ocean Coloring PagesLet’s dive into the deep with these ocean coloring pages! And when kids are done coloring they can do some simple and super fun  word  tracing. Your kids can color these the usual way or they can take it to a whole new level with textured coloring. Ocean Coloring Pages These will be perfect for…

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How to Teach Your Child Not to Be a Bully

Pottymouth and Stoopid summer bookKids Activities Blog has partnered with JIMMY Patterson Books to share this information. I think most of us have been there. In a situation where someone was stronger, more influential or simply louder…AND not nice.  This situation can take on various degrees of severity and even into abuse. It is a terrible thing to be…

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Camping With Kids (Tips For Families)

We have done the impossible three times in the past 2 months… we went camping with kids! We have six kids ranging in age from 2 to 8 and let’s just say the idea of camping terrified me at first, and we now have a routine. I love it! These are just a few of…

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15 Letter B Activities

15 Letter B ActivitiesMy son’s name starts with the letter B, so it is a letter he mastered early and quickly. He was always really excited to see the letter B on things and was quick to point it out. For my daughter though (whose name starts with a P) she had no exceptional interest in the letter….

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Chores for Kids

Chores for Kids - Chores Kids Can Do on Kids Activities BlogThe subject of chores for kids is a difficult one. Difficult for the kids because they would prefer a chore-free world. Difficult for the parents to find the right ones and then make sure the work is done. The good news is that the whole family benefits when chores are distributed!  Kids Activities Blog is…

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Space Mazes {Free Kids Printable}

Sharpen the pens and find the solution to these “out of this world” space mazes! I for one can never get enough of printable mazes  I could easily solve them all day long! Free Printable Space Mazes These are great for some no strings attached fun or they can also be used as a fun…

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B Is For Bear — Letter B Craft

This letter B craft is perfect for kids who love animals. Making animal crafts is a good way to engage kids while learning a new letter. So let’s make a bear with the letter B. To add a sensory element to this activity, we chose to work with craft felt. It made the bear feel and look…

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30 American Flag Crafts

American Flag Crafts FeaturedThese American flag crafts offer so many creative ideas for celebrating the Fourth of July.  The kids can help with these Fourth of July DIY flag crafts that are great for decorating for any party. We have other Fourth of July crafts and activities available, but today is a focus on flags.  American Flag Crafts…

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30+ Indoor Games for Kids

30 Stuck Inside Games for Kids - Kids Activities BlogThere are always days when kids are stuck inside to play.  Often it is due to weather, but there are tons of other reasons why outdoor play may not be an option! That is why we have collected over 30 Stuck Inside Games to play. Check out these fun indoor activities for kids.  Indoor Activities That…

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12 Letter A Activities

12 Letter A ActivitiesWe’re learning the alphabet! What better place to start than with the letter A. We found some fun letter A activities you can do with your kids to work on letter recognition and writing. Plus, some of these come with fun crafts. 12 Letter A Activities This  angel  made from the letter A is a…

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Poole’s Cornbread Crab Cakes

For the last episode of Let’s Make Lunch, I thought I’d share a recipe from one of my favorite local diners here in Raleigh, NC.  Poole’s Diner serves comfort food in a retro-diner setting reminiscent of when it first opened in 1945.  I’ve had their recipe book for a while and thought these crab cakes would…

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Moving Hacks and Tips You Must Know

Are you moving and don’t know where to start? We have got some great moving tips for you to avoid stress, save money and keep your sanity while going through this hectic time. Get ready Plan ahead and put away few essentials that you might need during the move (and 1 day after the move)…

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A Is For Angel — Letter A Craft

This Letter A Craft is the perfect way to help kids begin learning the alphabet. They will have easier time learning their letters and making phonetic connections when provided with activities that are engaging. Making an angel as a letter A craft is a fun way to introduce the very first alphabet letter. It’s a really…

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How to Help Your Kids with Their Homework Without Doing it Yourself

Helping your child with homework without doing it yourself!This post is in partnership with Sylvan Learning. There’s a fine line between helping your kids with their homework and doing it for them.  As a busy mom, I get it… After a long day, the last thing I want to be doing at 7 pm is trying to figure out how to solve a…

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Silly Straw Bead Threading Busy Bag

This Silly Straw Bead Threading Busy Bag is a great way for preschoolers to practice sorting by color and work on fine motor skills at the same time.This Silly Straw Bead Threading Busy Bag is sure to keep preschoolers busy while teaching them how to sort colors and strengthen fine motor skills. Busy Bags are a great way to keep preschoolers occupied whether you use them while eating out, during appointments, or just a quick activity to have on hand for those moments…

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At Home STEM Camp for Kids

At Home STEM CampWhat if I told you that you can liven up your kids summer break with your own at home STEM camp? With kids being bored during their break from school and traditional summer camps being entirely too expensive the Steve Spangler at home STEM camp is the perfect way to keep your kids having fun…

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Printable Random Acts of Kindness Cards

Printable random acts of kindness cards are a fun activity for the whole family! Step outside your comfort zone and teach your children the importance of being kind by inspiring them to serve others. We are so excited to partner with Random Acts, a one-of-a-kind hidden camera show from BYUtv that “pranks” unsuspecting participants each week through a random act…

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Lemon Essential Oil Playdough To Cure Your Bad Mood

Bad Day Playdough with Lemon Essential OilAt my house, we love making playdough, and we decided it would be fun  to make lemon essential oil playdough to make us feel better when we’re feeling a little down. Lemon essential oil is said to make you feel more energetic, happy, and even help improve your memory.  So, why not let your kids…

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Sriracha Buffalo Bites

Sriracha Buffalo Bites are a crowd-pleasing finger food your kids will love, especially if they like spicy and hot food!  This easy to prepare recipe needs just 20 minutes in the oven and then it’s ready to be dipped in your favorite sauce (I prefer chunk bleu cheese myself).  The ingredients make for a tasty, yet…

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Chuck E. Cheese’s goes for a World Record

Celebrate with Chuck E. Cheese's while they go for a Guiness World Record!One of the outings my kids love the most is a trip to Chuck E. Cheese’s.  They can spend hours there and not even realize how much time has passed! As a Chuck E. Cheese’s brand ambassador, I love the fact that the events they have planned are so family-friendly.  In fact, next Friday, May…

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14 Magical Fairy Gardens You Can Make

14 Magical Fairy Gardens You Can MakeFairy gardens are so much fun! The possibilities for these enchanting little gardens are endless. You can make them entirely yourself or buy some of the parts already made. They can be so small they fit in a pot or take up a huge spot under a backyard tree. It’s totally up to you. My…

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12 DIY Fidget Tools for Kids

12 DIY Fidget Tools for KidsI know right now the fidget spinner is all the rage. It’s a super fun toy for kids and is especially great for the ones that really need it. But the idea of little fidget tools is not new at all. Caregivers and teachers have been coming up with great ideas for kids for quite some…

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Personalized Tie Dye Beach Towels

Nothing says summer fun like personalized tie dye beach towels! Perfect for the pool or a beach outing, kids will love creating these colorful towels and will be so excited to use them. We’ve partnered with Tulip Tye Dye for this fun project. Tie dye your summer with tons of creative and colorful projects that are…

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DIY Recycled Frisbee

Do you love to use recycled materials in crafts? If so, here is a fun, DIY Recycled Frisbee craft for kids! This easy craft requires minimal supplies and is the perfect homemade toy for home or school. DIY Recycled Frisbee My kids and I love to craft from the recycling bin! This adorable frisbee craft…

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How To Make a Fidget Spinner

How to Make a Fidget Spinner FeaturedFidget spinners are all the rage right now, but you don’t have to buy one! We are going to show you how to make a fidget spinner with just a few supplies. The best thing about this project is that your kids can customize it to make cool fidget spinners that no one else has! How to…

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12 Subscription Craft Boxes for Kids Compared

10 Craft and Activity Subscription Boxes For Kids Compared on Kids Activities BlogUPDATE:  I started this post over 4 years ago because I had a question on which subscription box for kids would be best for MY kids.  I figured if I had that question, others did!  There are SO MANY subscription boxes! Over the years, many have arrived at my mailbox and my kids have willingly…

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Three Phrases that Sum Up What We Ask of Our Kids

Kids are inundated with a lot of instructions. We have three phrases that sum up what we ask of our kids in terms of character. It’s important to get to a child’s heart and win them over for the behaviors you want. When you see them stray in their behavior, you can point them back…

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10 Totally Cool Fidget Spinners Your Kids Will Want

Are your kids fidget spinner crazed? Of course they are! My kids each have one and they love playing with them. I’ll admit that even I can’t seem to keep my hands off the little thing. (And no, they aren’t taking them to school. They are an at-home toy for us.) If your kids are…

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DIY Rock Tic Tac Toe

What kiddo wouldn’t love making this fun Rock Tic Tac Toe game? It’s a simple version make with rocks they find on a camping adventure or around the yard and with just a little paint! My youngest guy loves to create and make things out of stuff around the house. I remember one time he…

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