Paper Plate Dinosaurs

Summer Camp 2016 was all about dinosaurs, including this cute craft that worked for all the kiddos from 2 - 12. Supplies: paper plates, scissors, clothes pins, glue and paint supplies (or whatever you'd like to decorate your dinosaurs with). Cut paper plate in half -...

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Summer Backyard Games

Summer Backyard Games

Here are two fun summer games you can play in your backyard. The kiddos are guaranteed to have a ball while you cool off inside on the porch with a drink in your hand (wink, wink). [wc_row][wc_column size="one-half" position="first"] Marble Toes What you'll need: ...

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Homemade Dinosaur Fossils

Homemade Dinosaur Fossils

Have you guys heard of salt dough? It's a dream activity for large groups of kids because it only has 3 ingredients, so it's a breeze to prep! This summer, we used it to make dinosaur fossils. Here's the scoop: Mix together 1 cup of salt, 2 cups of flour and 4 cups of...

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Because I Don’t Know What to Say

Because I Don’t Know What to Say

I can’t stop thinking about Orlando. As tragedies increase in scale and number around the world, I feel like I have to acknowledge it and respond, but I have no idea how. It feels more personal each time because I know that hate can strike anywhere, at any time and...

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Salads that Don’t Suck

Salads that Don’t Suck

Enchiladas, queso, margs...it's too tempting, so I'm going to stop right there. Mexican food is my fav. And heaven knows I don't need another excuse to indulge myself. So this Cinco de Mayo, I'm trying to abstain. You see, I'm not a huge fan of healthy eating. But, I...

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