Make the best of your St. Patty’s Day with these easy and creative leprechaun crafts! My kids had a blast making them, and this mama was excited to find all of the materials without having to leave the house. Better yet, you can make all of them in five steps or less!
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This month, head out to fantastic local farms, and take a peek into all of the other activities we’ve rounded up for the season.
Do your kids need a little adventure to add to their daily routine this school year? How about signing them up for Cub Scouts!?
It’s that time of year again! Grab the family and your dancing shoes, and get geared up for Cincinnati Family’s Third Annual Kidchella event. It’s free!
Break away from a routine vacation and try something new this summer!
BB Riverboats kicks off their Ice Cream Social Sunday cruises this month! Every Sunday from Memorial Day to Labor Day, families can enjoy an ice cream social while cruising the Ohio River. Enjoy your scoop while listening to the Captain’s interesting commentary about Cincinnati during a 90-minute afternoon trip. RSVP in advance! Tickets are $22… Read more »
Kids can lose a lot of academic ground over the summer months. So parents, be sure to sign up for the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County’s Summer Learning program. Now in its second year, the program combines reading, one-on-one instruction, nutrition, and fun summer memories. Kids can create an online profile to keep… Read more »
The Macy’s Arts Sampler returns for another three Saturdays loaded with fine arts fun for the whole family.
Their minds are like sponges that love to soak up all they can — with fun, at the same time. “Look, Mommy! Come see what I made!” says 4-year-old Connor, running toward his mother and sliding in his socks on the hardwood floor. He’s busting to share his accomplishment — and there’s a lot of… Read more »
Tissue Paper Flowers are simple and easy to do with the kids and perfect for Mother’s Day. What you need:Tissue paper of varying colorsGreen pipe cleanersTwigsVase What you do: Â Â Cut the tissue paper down to a desired size. Rectangles that are 5-by-7 inches make for perfect tiny flowers. Stack several sheets of the… Read more »