The tolling of the school bell marks not just the passage of time but also the opportunity for a great afternoon or evening. After school hours don’t have to be spent just on homework and TV. Make memories instead! At 777 words, this article outlines ten great enrichment activities to do as a family afterschool.
It’s hard to say goodbye to summer. However, there is a multitude of fun waiting as fall gets into gear. This article, which includes recipes and craft ideas, presents ten different family activities. Word count is around 953.
At 1227 words, this article suggests ways to encourage deep friendships between grandparents and grandchildren despite the miles between them. These friendships definitely count as great riches, the grand prize, to kids and grandparents, alike.
To google the word apple is to find a multitude of references to the computer company. However, as autumn approaches, the “Apple Fun” I’m talking about is the kind that has been around a lot longer than the iPod. Treat your readers to some good ole’ fashioned fun! Right at 1000 words, this articles explores a number of family friendly activities, including recipes, crafts, and outdoor fun.
While many a parent has fond memories of taking a sack lunch to school, today’s busy-ness or lack of kitchen experience can get in the way of providing a home-prepared meal. This article (word count 1106) explores new ideas and organization techniques to make the process easy for the parent and fun for the kids. Recipes are included.
Unmonitored candy consumption, later bedtimes, relaxed dinner table manners — it would seem that to be a grandparent is to indulge others. That is to say, in the company of our children we can witness our parents practicing a different style of “child-management” than the one we were raised with. After all, “It’s a grandparent’s prerogative!”
Well, it’s time to turn the tables! Spoil those grandparents rotten with fun experiences and memorable gifts this September. At 700 words, this article suggests a number of great activities to do with the kids as a way to honor your parents, in-laws, or other mature adults who act as grandparents in your lives.