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.
Who doesn’t love the cute little Minions from Despicable Me? Here’s a Valentine idea suitable for girls and boys of all ages.
Did you know you could make pizzas using a waffle iron? Purchase or make your favorite pizza dough, assemble your favorite toppings and plug in your waffle iron. This is also a creative way to rid your fridge of leftovers!
This activity is perfect for these stay-at-home vacation days. Spread a blanket outside and give the kids their own bank of “snow.”
Here’s a cute way to capture a moment in time. Your child’s Christmas Wish List in his own handwriting is a priceless keepsake. Make one this year, and next year, and so on, and watch your child’s handwriting and desires change over time.
Capture your child’s signature and make it into an ornament to hang for years to come.
Make fun memories with this simple, festive craft project you and the kids will enjoy.
Creative, fun Advent activities to do with the kids.
Every year, between Halloween and Thanksgiving, we write down what we are thankful for. We usually post our notes on a Thankful tree. This year we will try something different—we will hide our notes and try to guess who wrote them.