Spring has sprung! The bunnies will soon be returning to Chicago backyards! Give them a proper home-coming with these adorable paper plate bunny ears. Check it out here.
Want a fun activity you and your child can do together? Check out these St. Patrick’s Day themed treats you can make together. Think green! Green Fruit Skewers Lime Sherbert Floats Green Candied Popcorn
We’ve put together a fun and low-cost list of fun indoor activities that will help keep your child from getting cabin fever this winter. There’s something for everyone – from high-energy movement games to more subdued, exploratory activities. Share any pictures of you and your child enjoying these activities on our Facebook page. They’ll bring us all some much needed warmth! 1. Balloon volleyball. Sideout!
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Art projects can be a great way to connect with your child. If you’re looking for a fun activity to share over the winter break, try this snowman, which can be made using marshmallows or cottonballs. I love this one because it’s made from household items you likely have around the house already. And there’s hardly any clean up.