Make It: Sock Bunnies

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.

Our Guide: Punahou Carnival

The way you pay to ride at the Punahou Carnival has changed this year. Here are our 10 tips to help you avoid the crowds and get ahead at this annual family event.

Making Snowmen in Hawaii

Make fun memories with this simple, festive craft project you and the kids will enjoy.

Make It: Reindeer Food

This simple make-it-yourself gift adds some keiki excitement for Christmas Day.

This little bag of oats and sprinkles is sure to guide Santa’s sleigh right to your home.

4 Fun Ways to Countdown to Christmas

Make every day before Christmas a fun surprise with these ideas for making the excitement last all month long.

An advent calendar is just the beginning (especially if you can make it as big as a wall). Here are four fun ideas to help the entire family countdown to the 25th.

Make It: Thankful Tree and Turkey

Count your blessings with a fun project that turns into a cute Thanksgiving centerpiece.

Get into the holiday spirit by turning your thankful thoughts into a cute tree and turkey decoration.

We Tried It: Helemano Farms Christmas Trees

Picking your own Christmas tree at Helemano Farms is a fun outing for the whole family.

Keiki Snack: "Pumpkin" Thankful Rolls

This tasty bread has a surprise hidden inside, one that is just right for your holiday table.

Pumpkin-shaped rolls can create a fun, interactive "thankful" game for the entire family.

Make It: Turkey Place Cards

Make your guests feel special at Thanksgiving with cute, keiki-created place cards

Make your guests feel special at Thanksgiving with cute, keiki-created place cards.

Give Back: Create A Shoebox of Love

Operation Christmas Child lets kids build their own gift boxes for other kids in need

If you’re looking for a way to pay it forward, consider participating in Operation Christmas Child. The program sends shoeboxes filled with gifts to needy children all over the world.

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