Looking for unique Halloween decorations? All you’ll need is a few apples, salt, lemon juice and some pumpkin carving tools.
Grab your toilet paper tubes and get ready to make three Halloween-inspired decorations with the kids.
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Just like every other two- to four-year-old in the universe, my kids were obsessed with trains. And even though our house was littered with tiny little tank engines and Thomas is on our TV more than I care to admit, somehow it was not enough. They wanted the real deal. Luckily, there’s quite a few train rides around Oahu, and the following have been tested and approved by my little train fanatics. Take that, Island of Sodor! All aboard…
Hit the books with free keiki story times available every day, all around Oahu.
My kids have discovered a new obsession: mini golf. If your kids are anything like mine, don’t expect to play much yourself or keep score.
Don’t blow your budget on entertainment. There are plenty of free activities in Honolulu for the whole family.
An up close, and we mean REALLY up close, encounter with butterflies right in the mall. Plus, this year you can take advantage of free story time.
Here’s an alternative to building a treehouse in your backyard - grow a sunflower house instead!
Make fun memories with this simple, festive craft project you and the kids will enjoy.
This little bag of oats and sprinkles is sure to guide Santa’s sleigh right to your home.