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Did you ever look at a jar and think, "That's worn out"? Glass objects, like many other things, simply don't "wear out." And even if they show a little wear, it's perfectly acceptable to use them anyway. This means that you can buy them already used. Why spend two dollars on the same jar that you can get for fifty cents or less, used?
Back to School! This is the happiest time of the year for parents. The cost of full-time child care or camps
for the summer is usually sky high, so that expense will be gone for some. Then there is
the stay at home parent who will be soon getting about seven hours of peace and quiet each weekday.
It's not that they don't love their kids, but they sure are happy when the school year begins.
FaveCrafts.com has some projects you and your kids can make together for back to school.
Everything from book covers, locker mirrors, pencil cases, folders, tie dye lunch bags and MORE!
There isn't much time left--soon you're going to be loading them on the bus or dropping them off at
school. Get started making these great crafts and spend some more quality time together.
These are crafts they can actually use.
"Sunny day. Sweepin the clouds away. On my way to where the air is sweet. Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street."
Growing up, Sesame Street was my 'hood. Every morning, I would sit in front of the TV with my bowl of cereal and wait for Big Bird, Elmo and Cookie Monster to entertain me. While I was being entertained little did I know I was also learning all sorts of lessons on life.
Every positive message and life lesson was conveyed in a fun way for a five year-old me to comprehend. With those lessons, I took away the message to always have respect for others, which was one of the biggest things that I learned and continually use in my life (it's so important to know that what you learn at a young age, you carry on throughout your life).
Now that I am a mom, it's exciting to watch Sesame Street with my kids, when I occasionally catch it on PBS (I get to share a piece of my childhood with them--there was no Nickelodeon back then). The closest my kids get to Sesame Street is the annoying Tickle Me Elmo doll, my best friend bought a couple years back (I've already attempted to throw him away a few dozen times and have been unsuccessful).
Now Sesame Street and PNC Bank have teamed up to teach children about spending, sharing and saving money in a fun way with the For Me, For You, For Later initiative.
Who doesn't like crayons? I remember collecting crayons when I was younger and making sure that every tip was just so. Like myself, most people identify crayons with their childhood.
The word crayon dates back to 1644, however the history remains unclear where they originated from. While Crayola was not the first company to produce crayons, they are the most recognizable brand with their trademark yellow box (I grew up using them and so are my kids).
For parents, crayons are mess-free and non-toxic, which makes everything easier and safer--plus it keeps the kids occupied for hours (in a good way).
Since kids are very familiar with crayons whether it's using them at school, scribbling at home, or coloring at a restaurant (most chains offer crayons with a coloring menu), centering an activity around crayons is a great way to keep your kids engaged.