It's that time of year when kids get to dress up as their favorite character, hero or who they
want to be when they grow up. There are already some Halloween freebies available and I'm sure there
will be even more as it gets closer.
To start there are several craft ideas...I like the one where you make
monster decorations out of juice boxes. You can grab an e-cookbook that's everything pumpkin and make
some dips and spreads. Don't forget to grab the free Jell-O mold--the mold is free, but it's $2.95 for shipping and handling, still a great deal from Kraft. Make sure you stop by Kaboose.com for printables, party ideas, games and more.
Kids love stuff, they don't care if you pay top dollar for it
or if it's free. This is your lucky week because the freebies
for babies and kids are stacking up again.
You get to choose from free printable coloring books, free kids
meals, free Gogo's Crazy Bones, online games, free poison help
magnet (has Poison Control's 800 number on it), Sesame Street videos
on demand from Amazon, free internet browser just for kids to
keep them on kid-friendly sites and a free ticket to the circus for
kids one year old or younger.
Get the kids occupied so you can browse the list, you'll find
something you and the kids will want. It's all FREE!
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a Mini Mosquito RC Helicopter! Huh?
The holidays are near and it's time to explore the wonderful world of flying gadget toys. The weather may not always be agreeable for your kids to play outside, but with a small flying toy a child (or adult) can enjoy countless hours of fun indoors.
Take several weeks of summer break and add a dash of reminders about back to school and you will have an unhappy child with shrill shrieks of protest. With Back to School shopping well under way, many parents have already begun the task of getting their kids ready for the first day of class.
But how can you prepare your child mentally without suffering from your own melt down?