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10 Easter Traditions for Children

I have several amazing Easter traditions for children that you can incorporate in your own home! Easter Traditions for Children You could make these cute hats with your kiddos and then add whiskers to turn them into cute bunnies. Dena made this Easter Egg Garland out of plastic eggs. The whole thing cost her less than $8 and 20 mins. …

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Frog Games

Play these fun games with your family or at a Leap Year party. Frog Hunt:  Print out as many frogs (in what ever version you prefer) and hide them.  Have the kids search for hidden frogs around the party room or outside. Ribbit, Ribbit, Jump: Here is a different version of “Duck, Duck, Goose”.  The player is tapped on the …

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Great Tip Award! – New Years

TipJunkie.com is proud to present the ‘Great Tip Award’ to some amazing women with fun New Years ideas! Lisa posted about Six Inquiries for the Six Days Between Christmas and New Year’s. Here are the first 3, you’ll have to check out her blog to get the rest. 😉 1. What if you could spend the first day setting aside …

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3 Halloween Party Games

Are you looking for easy party games for your for your Halloween block party? Then you’re in luck because here are 3 Halloween party games that are cheap and easy to put together. Halloween Party Face Painting is such a fun and cheap and fun activity for children.  Most children love getting their face painted.  That’s why the face painting …

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The Love Story

Instead of the traditional bridal shower games, try making a video of the groom and find out how much the bride and her party know about their courtship! How to Prepare: 1. Video tape the Groom answering “The Love Story” questions. 2. Make a copy of the question sheet for each guest. How to play: Have everyone fill out the …

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Love Letter to the Bride

These fill-in-the-blank poems can be used with food or cleaning supplies. When the game is over give these items to your bride! What a great way to help the new couple stock up on necessities for their home. 1. “Love Letter to the Bride” (From the Groom) Fill in the blanks using the names of all types of cleaning supplies. …

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How to Start a Dinner Club

We have had so much fun the past 6 months going out to different restaurants with our dinner club. It’s so easy to start one of your own! Click here to print out some guidelines. First, decide if you’re going to go out to dinner or take turns preparing the meal. We decided that we would go out for dinner …

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Don’t Eat Pete!

Don’t Eat Pete is a game is so simple your older children can play it with your toddler! It’s simple to make and even easier to play. The sky’s the limit with Don’t Eat Pete! Use cereal, dinner or lunch food, as well as any kind of candy to play. Click here to print it out. How to Make: 1. …

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