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Kind Kids Club: DIY Wildflower Seed Bombs

Posted in Create, Kid Craft, Kind Kids Club
on April 20, 2017

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!

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National Poetry Month: FREE Poetry Printables + Books for Kids

Posted in Create
on April 12, 2017

April is National Poetry Month. We’re bringing poetry to life with our 5 Senses Poetry Printables + 16 Children’s Books about Poetry that kids will love reading!

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Free Printable Kindness Cards

Posted in Create, Kind Kids Club, Parenting
on February 16, 2017

It’s the second month of our Kind Kids Club and it’s perfect timing because tomorrow, February 17th 2017 is “Random Acts of Kindness Day”. This is a good opportunity to help our kids spread a little extra kindness. You know the saying “Throw kindness around like confetti”. That’s our goal with these FREE printable kindness cards.

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Kid + Kin 2017 Reading Challenge

Posted in Kid + Kin Picks, Shopping
on January 31, 2017

Life can feel pretty challenging on its own so adding my own personal reading challenge to an already overloaded to-do list might sound silly. But you and I both know that it always possible to prioritize and find time for the things that are most important. This year, I want to prioritize reading. But not just my normal go-to “chick lit” books.

This year, I’ve created a 2017 Reading Challenge to ensure I step out of my reading comfort zone to try something I may not choose otherwise. Several of my picks for the year are very intentional and based on current events so that I can try to better understand how to engage in productive and necessary conversations.

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