Do your kids love mess? If so, they are sure to love this unconventional way to color Easter eggs using shaving cream and food coloring.
Use your old broken crayons to color your Easter eggs. Luca couldn’t decide what was more fun, grinding up the crayons or coloring the eggs!
Try something new this spring. Use colorful Washi tape to cover your Easter eggs.
Have your kids been asking for Shamrock Shakes? Appease them with this healthy green version at home.
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 workshops.
Try growing your own grass for the Easter baskets this year. It’s easy for kids to do, and won’t leave those strands of plastic grass all over your house on Easter morning.
Surprise your child with a new batch of glittery, scented Play-Doh. You can also double the recipe to make it into a Valentine’s Day gift for classroom goodie bags.
Who doesn’t love the cute little Minions from Despicable Me? Here’s a Valentine idea suitable for girls and boys of all ages.
From the scrip booth with the shortest lines to a not-so-crowded spot for a picnic, here are insider tips from Punahou parents.
Our testers find cargo nets, peg climbing boards, and lots of running, climbing, obstacle course fun at Precision Parkour's Keiki Classes.
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