In 1954, the United Nations declared November 20th Universal Children’s Day, a date on which the well-being of the world’s littlest citizens would take center stage. Observe the occasion by inviting your kid's friends over for an afternoon of fun and togetherness.
This Valentine's Day, encourage kids to show sweet sentiments with tokens of affection that go beyond the store-bought card. Most of the projects require only a bit of cutting and a little gluing; all can be decorated to their heart's desire.
This Easter, don't just stuff a basket full of store-bought candy and call it a day. Easter baskets can be quite sophisticated if you approach them with a designer's eye. Here are some stunning presentations to try.
Who wants to sleep when there's so much fun to be had? Our slumber party includes "Z"-shaped chocolate cookies, easy-to-assemble canvas tents, starry-night decorations, and DIY sleep masks as party favors.