Having kids at your Thanksgiving festivities? Here are a few simple ideas to add to your kids table. See all of our ideas from year’s past here. Start by covering the table in white paper. This way after dinner kids can keep busy drawing pictures and playing games (tic-tac-toe, anyone?). We added a fun table […]
Even though Thanksgiving is on Thursday there is still lots of time for some last minute projects. We’ll be sharing three ideas we found and loved. The best part being there is still time to complete them! Today we’re sharing a Gratitude Turkey Treat Jar from Toddler Approved! Using some craft paper, googly eyes, a […]
While working as a nanny of 3 I found dinners were often more enjoyable if we played a game. One of the game we liked to play was “Through the Green Glass Door“. If you have not played this game before it is very simple. At least one of the players must know the rules […]
Today’s recipe is one good for any part of your Thanksgiving celebration no matter if it’s served before, during or after the big meal it will be a big hit. Thanksgiving Blessings Trail Mix is a simple way to help remember what this holiday is really about. Each ingredient is carefully chosen to serve as […]
Today we are sharing a delicious and healthy appetizer idea, mini-muffin pan frittatas. These two-bite sized frittatas make a perfect appetizer because they can be made ahead of time and served either warm or at room temperature so they don’t have to take up precious oven space on Thanksgiving. Starting with a basic recipe for […]
This week we’ll be sharing some great recipes that kids will love to help make and both kids and adults will love to eat. We’re going to start off the week with something sweet- haystacks. Haystacks are a delicious treat made from chow mein noodles, mini marshmallows, butterscotch chips, and peanut butter. They are sweet, […]
We covered out kids table in white paper so that kids could draw. Set out crayons or markers for after dinner fun!
Thanksgiving is a great time to remember all that we are thankful for. We made these simple ‘thankful boxes’ to help kids write, draw, and remember all the things they have to be thankful for this year. Using a small altoids tins, spray paint the outside white or cover in fun paper. Using a sheet […]