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Best in Snow
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Creat the Best Snowman Ever

Two toned heart sandwich
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Heart-y Snacks

3 Activities to Beat Cabin Fever Blues
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Cabin Fever Boredom Busters

8 Fun Activities to Do in the Snow
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Bright Ideas for Cold Play

Easy Community Service Ideas for Kids
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25 Ways to Show You Care

How to make frozen soap bubbles
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Nice and Icy Bubbles

Sometimes creativity can get messy!
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Messy Play

Sweet Science: Candy Secrets
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A Sweet Science Experiment

Which mixes colors faster, hot or cold water?
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Two-Minute Science Experiment

Who wouldn’t want to swirl their fingers in some shaving cream? This simple, easy-to-assemble activity is just right for little hands and perfect for playtime.
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Shaving Cream Play

super weekend ideas for families
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Way Cool Fall Weekend Ideas

Steps to Plan a Holiday Party
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Let Kids Host the Holidays

Thanksgiving activities
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Kid-Table Fun at Thanksgiving

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A playdate heads south when your five-year-old and another child have a minor disagreement. The dispute gets heated. You:

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A playdate heads south when your five-year-old and another child have a minor disagreement. The dispute gets heated. You:
Let the kids work it out. (They’ll have to learn that skill eventually.)
27% (13 votes)
Step in to ease tension and help solve the problem.
67% (32 votes)
Chirp, “It’s snack time!”
4% (2 votes)
Vow to never invite that child for another playdate.
0% (0 votes)
End the playdate early.
2% (1 vote)
Total votes: 48