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If you have kids, I will just assume here that you follow Kids Activities Blog. They are sort of the ultimate resource for fun activities for kids, thus the name. So naturally you would guess that if they write a book, it’s gonna be good. They did, and it is. You flip through the pages...Read More »

Kids Activities Blog Wrote the Book

If you have kids, I will just assume here that you follow Kids Activities Blog. They are sort of the ultimate resource for fun activities for kids, thus the name. So naturally you would guess that if they write a book, it’s gonna be good. They did, and it is. You flip through the pages...Read More »

Interior by Hecker Guthrie, profiled on the Temple & Webster blog as part of David Clark's Edit of Australia's top interior designers. Image - Shannon McGrath.

Interior by Hecker Guthrie, profiled on the Temple & Webster blog as part of David Clark's Edit of Australia's top interior designers. Image - Shannon McGrath.

Living and nonliving things was a quick review this year due to covering it on and off throughout first semester. After we reviewed with making anchor charts, kiddos wrote about it in their journals. #LivingThings #EarthDay | by The Bubbly Blonde

Living and nonliving things was a quick review this year due to covering it on and off throughout first semester. After we reviewed with making anchor charts, kiddos wrote about it in their journals. #LivingThings #EarthDay | by The Bubbly Blonde

Bubble wrap mosaic -- love this idea! Can't wait until we get more bubble wrap!

Bubble wrap mosaic -- love this idea! Can't wait until we get more bubble wrap!

With Burgandy Ribbon After We Say I Do

33 Awesome Wedding Favors for Your Guests

Pour some kids bubbles into small containers.   Mix a few drops of food coloring into the containers, add some dish soap as needed.   Then, blow bubbles just as you normally would blow bubbles and let them land on the paper.   When they popped, they left these splatters and circle prints.

Pour some kids bubbles into small containers. Mix a few drops of food coloring into the containers, add some dish soap as needed. Then, blow bubbles just as you normally would blow bubbles and let them land on the paper. When they popped, they left these splatters and circle prints.

A simple way to make a bubble shooter - kids can do this!  What a fun outdoor bubble activity just in time for summer family fun.  This is from Kids Activities Blog.

DIY Bubble Shooter {Make Your Own Bubble Wand}

A simple way to make a bubble shooter - kids can do this! What a fun outdoor bubble activity just in time for summer family fun. This is from Kids Activities Blog.

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