Category Archives: Holidays

Enjoy the holidays with the kids with these quick ideas.

Remember – costume sales

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I’m sure you all know that costumes are fun, not just one day but 365 days of the year. Today’s the day (maybe all week) to get a bunch of  costumes at great buys to keep all year long. In fact, they are great holiday and birthday gifts! Add a trunk to store them and you’ll provide creative outlets for… Read more »

Mummy Cookie Pops by Jessica

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Just in time for Halloween you can make these adorably creative mummy pops. Perfect for KIDFUN and getting into the spooky spirit with the kids! Jessica of CopyCake Cook, a blog about food, life and photography, was nice enough to share these directions. Ingredients:  1. A basic sugar cookie recipe or store-bought mix 2. White frosting 3. Lollipop sticks 4. A pastry… Read more »

Cherish Those Holiday Memories – Make a CD

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My friends Paul and Val Jost love spending time with Morgan, Michael and Jonathan, three very special boys in their life. After they had fun baking cookies with them over the holidays, Paul had them talk about it on the voice memo on his cell phone. Because he’s also a musician with a drum set in the house, they even… Read more »

Everything’s a Microphone – even a Ladle!

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Now, this may be surprising to see a photo of someone on KIDFUN who is, well, not exactly a five year old! But, boy does he have the spirit! Phil demonstrated that anything can be a microphone and a great prop for sharing warm feelings (or singing or giving a speech). Try this at Thanksgiving! It’s perfect … We were… Read more »

The Scary Door

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What an easy way to decorate for Halloween! Design your front door with a person waiting for you. In this example that Ryan and Amy did (an idea from Pinterest, actually), strips of green crepe paper were used for the hair, white paper plates with black construction paper circles inside are the eyes, and the mouth and eyebrows are made… Read more »