Our hearts are broken for the people in Houston, Texas this week. Hurricane Harvey hit them hard. And now with Irma looming in the Atlantic, things are concerning. We’ve seen the news and all the devastation, and we want to help. But how? Here are some ways that families can help Hurricane victims.
Is it eleventy billion degrees where you are? With record triple-digit heat here in Arizona, we’ve been drinking our fair share of lemonade to keep cool. My neighbor and I got our 4 kids together (plus her niece) for a lemonade stand this summer. We’re sharing our fresh-squeezed lemonade recipe (big enough for a lemonade stand) along with tips for a successful lemonade stand, and how we helped our community with our proceeds from our Kind Kids Club Lemonade Stand.
The school year is almost over and I’ll have both kids home for the summer. My kiddos get along for the most part, on most days. But, I want to continue to promote kindness within our family. I’ve created a Kindness Jar to help reinforce positive behavior and kindness between my kids this summer (and beyond).
My daughter is 100% committed to caring for our Earth and the animals and people on it. We recently learned about bees and our family decided to create a wildflower garden that bees would love. That inspired us to create these recycled paper DIY wildflower seed bombs as part of our Kind Kids Club – to beautify our community and help save the bees. Get this fun, kid-friendly DIY just in time for Earth Day and Spring gardening!