Harry Potter birthday party ideas for eleven year olds. Simple accessible Harry Potter themed birthday party activities that delight. Harry Potter Party For An Eleven Year Old My daughter Emma reads every book she can get her hands on, but the Harry Potter series is her absolute favorite. This year she turned 11 years old - the age Harry is when he first discovers … [Read more...] about Harry Potter Birthday Party Ideas for 11 Year Olds
Disney On Ice always delivers an amazing show, and this year's Dare to Dream performance is no exception! I consider Disney On Ice one of the coolest kids' shows out there, so when I was offered tickets to attend this year I was thrilled! Disney On Ice: Dare to Dream Review This year's Disney On Ice: Dare to Dream show featured Disney movies where the heroine had … [Read more...] about Disney On Ice!
Breaking an arm means kids have to sit out so many fun activities! These one handed activities for a child with a broken arm help kids cope. My eight-year-old broke her arm this summer, and I realized just how many activities kids CAN'T do when they only have one arm they can use! Thankfully my readers and blog friends stepped in with some great activities. One Handed … [Read more...] about One Handed Activities for a Child with a Broken Arm
Pretend towns are popular in children's museums, and it's no wonder when you consider all the life skills kids gain by role playing town and city life. Last month, Antsy Pants sent us their new Market Kit to try out. After putting it together (I helped a little), the kids decided to turn the rest of the living room into a small pretend town. As I watched them play, I … [Read more...] about Life Skills Kids Gain by Playing Pretend Town
Children's books deal with every aspect of life, including childhood grief and anxiety. A review of two books published in 2017 that handle these topics admirably. Note: I received review copies of both books featured in this post. All opinions are my own. Using Books to Help Children Cope with Anxiety Most children feel at least some anxiety, and for many children anxiety … [Read more...] about Using Children’s Literature to Address Childhood Grief and Anxiety