Category Archives: Activity Cupboard

Explore a variety of fun craft and activity ideas for both kids and adults.

4 Activities for Teaching Children Gratitude During Your Thanksgiving Celebrations

4 Activities for Teaching Children Gratitude

Thanksgiving season is here, and while I am a huge proponent of being thankful year-round and not just during Thanksgiving, this holiday gives an extra special opportunity for us to teach our children gratitude (and let’s be honest—most adults could benefit from the refresher too!). There are many wonderful ways to encourage an “attitude of gratitude” during your family Thanksgiving celebration. Here are a few simple ideas that any family can easily incorporate.
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75 Alternatives to Halloween Candy

75 alternatives to halloween candy

Halloween is right around the corner and there are many ways to cut down on the sweets this year. Can’t think of any ideas? Consult this long list of great alternatives to Halloween candy. Sure kids love candy and they will be getting a ton of it for Halloween this year but they also love gooey, sticky and glowing items just as much! As a matter of fact these great alternatives to Halloween candy just may make you the hit of the block.
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Camping on a Budget

Camping on a Budget

Camping is great way to relax and regroup from the grind of your busy, everyday lifestyle but, if we are not careful, it can put a crimp in the family budget. Don’t mark camping off the list of things to do just because there is a cost. If you careful and plan in advance, your family will enjoy camping on a budget — you can keep the cost down and your stress level too.
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15 DIY Fairy Garden Ideas

15 DIY Fairy Garden Ideas

The last time I walked through my favorite craft store, I noticed that they had an entire aisle devoted to adorable items you could use in a fairy garden. I wanted to buy at least one of each thing! I did manage too drag myself away without any of it once I convinced myself I could make a fairy garden using stuff I already had at home.

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