Activity Days is a program ran by the LDS church for girls ages 8-11. The activities include fun and entertaining lessons for the girls that build testimonies, strengthen families, and foster unity and personal growth. They are typically held twice a month, and all girls ages 8-11 are welcome to attend, whether or not they’re…
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Get your girls cooking, crafting, creating and exploring with these 16 Activity Days ideas for April. This post is jam-packed with ideas that will help the girls grow their minds, their talents, and their faith.
Not only is this Star Wars craft incredibly easy, but it will wow younglings from across the galaxy. This is certainly the droid you’re looking to bring to your Valentine’s Day party. Keep reading to find out how to make this adorable R2-D2 Valentines Box.
Activity Days is a fun group held twice a month for girls ages 8-11 led by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The activities build testimonies, strengthen families, and create unity and personal growth. And you don’t have to be LDS to attend! In this post, get 17 Activity Days ideas for the month of November.
I’m a huge Harry Potter nerd year round, but during Fall, my passion for all things Potter is magnified. (Because, hello, wizards and witches and magic.) I’ve encouraged my kids to love all things Potter, and have sewn them Hogwarts robes, and made wizarding wands, which actually they (okay, we) play with all year long. See how we made our own wizard wands in today’s post!
I am excited to help you countdown to the spookiest time of year at Disneyland – Halloween Time! If you are traveling during one of the most fun times at the Happiest Place on Earth, I have the best way to make the wait fun. This Disney Halloween Countdown Chain is so easy it is scary! Get ready for the perfect way to countdown to your not-so-spooky Disneyland vacation.
It’s no secret in my family that Halloween is my very favorite holiday. In fact, if we’re being really honest…I’m completely obsessed with the entire month of October! I enjoy helping my kids plan what they are going to dress up as each year, visiting the pumpkin patch, baking yummy treats and making Halloween themed crafts. So, I thought it would be fun to share our Halloween bucket list as a printable for you today. Hopefully it gives you some ideas of things to do to keep busy this Fall.
I absolutely love how curious kids are by nature. When they are little everything is so fascinating and exciting! That is why I love the activity I’m sharing with you today. It teaches color mixing in a hands-on and “magical” way that my kiddo couldn’t get enough of.
Now let me give you a little warning up front. This activity can be messy, but with the right preparation, it’s really not too bad. Besides, I think that kids should get to make a mess once in a while. It’s more fun that way, right?
If you’re looking for Pioneer Day Activities, then look no more! Mariah has created a roundup of things to do, including crafts and snacks. Pioneer Day is a holiday to celebrate the arrival of Mormon (LDS) Pioneers into the Salt Lake Valley in 1847. It’s a great time of year in Utah, and now you won’t have to miss out on any of the fun even if you’re out of state!
A Time Capsule is a great way to teach kids about documenting important events in their lives. Colette has created a printable so you and the kids can make time capsules in a jar this summer with a clean, clear (and cute!) label.
Mariah has a huge list (25 ideas!) of rainy day activities for kids so you can give them lots to do when they’re stuck inside. Check out the round-up today so you don’t have to hear that dreaded phrase, “I’M BORED!” a million times when it’s raining.
As a thank you to teachers everywhere, I put together some “pun-y” thank you bookmarks that would be awesome to color in for a Sabbath activity. I think Sunday is the perfect day to help the kids prepare a personalized thank you for the end of the year.