Wondering what to do with all of those left over plastic Easter eggs? With a few simple materials, your child can transform them into festive maracas. Perfect for a Cinco de Mayo celebration!
We’ve got the perfect Easter décor solution using orphaned socks; so don’t throw those mate-less toe warmers away! Have the kids dig through their sock drawer, so you can whip up a batch of Easter bunnies.
Use your favorite bread dough recipe or pick some up from the grocery store. With a few twists and sprinkles, you and your child can make delicious Easter Bunny Rolls that will have the whole family hopping for joy.
An up close, and we mean REALLY up close, encounter with butterflies right in the mall.
The Aucellos have not had enough of these adorable guys. We saw some Minion Easter eggs on Pinterest and had to give them a try. We also found some cute treats fillers that would work great for a party.
Whether or not the leprechauns visit your house, you can make a treasure hunt your child is sure to remember.
Traveling with children soon? Here are a few tried and true tricks to make the journey go smoothly.
Surprise your little ones this St. Patrick’s Day with Shamrocks for breakfast. If they ask why they are green, tell them the leprechauns must have messed with the ingredients.
Surprise your child with one of these lovable Valentine’s Day ideas for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Short on time? Invite the kids to help. They can even make their own Valentine’s Day theme lunch.
From the scrip booth with the shortest lines to a not-so-crowded spot for a picnic, here are insider tips from Punahou parents.