Graduations, Father’s Day, Fourth of July, Post-Baseball Game get-togethers, these are the events that signify summer. They are also occasions that scream for a BBQ. What a perfect time to do some cooking (out) with the kids! Featuring kid-friendly Fruit Sparkly Coolers, Cheesy Taters, Homemade Ranch Dip, Garlic Bread, a great Soy-Ginger Marinade, and Easy Ice Cream Sandwiches, this article covers all the bases. (One-time rights are available. Article word count is 683, additional sidebar is 135.)
St. Patrick’s Day, though not an official holiday, is full of memory-making opportunities for kids. From wearing green to looking for the leprechaun and his pot of gold, kids of all ages get into the festivities. This article offers a great way for families to cook, eat and celebrate the day. It features a menu similar to one that Patrick might have eaten long ago on the Emerald Isle, but that kids and parents can prepare together. Word count is 851.
Some families simply can’t live without their daily dose of TV. Or so they think. This article presents family fun activities that don’t include the TV. At about 950 words, it makes the case that a life without TV is certainly worth living – and produces good fruit in family dynamics.
I still remember the excitement I had as a child as Valentine’s Day approached. After painstakingly copying my class list onto those cheap, little envelopes, I would stuff them with a signed valentine and maybe a conversation heart or two. Then I would look forward to whatever treats my mom and dad had planned for me and my siblings. My parents always made sure they had something for us at the breakfast table. Surely, Feb 14th is a fun day for kids — of all ages.
Make the day even more fun with a stash of recipes to cook with the kids! Featuring healthy and delicious maple oat scones, in the shape of hearts, of course, a fun and easy chocolate party mix, and individual heart-shaped pizzas, these recipes are sure to please both parents and kids. We’ve tested them and my kids can vouch for it. Pictures are available.
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Kids love to cook. Kids love to give gifts. So why not spend an hour or two in the kitchen concocting fun holiday treats to give to friends and neighbors?
At just over 500 words, this article details fun and easy recipes for parents and kids to make together as well as a short sidebar (132 words) of helpful tips for cooking with kids.
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.
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.