Kids don’t look at toilet paper rolls, old markers, or cardboard and see trash. Pair that creativity with some extra supplies and they're a STEM gold mine.
If Marty and Dr. Emmett Brown offered to give my family and me a ride in their DeLorean, I’d want to go straight back to the 80s and raise my kids there.
This assimilation of my children’s awe is one of my favorite parts of being a mom. It feels like a gift their youth can offer my age.
As a self-proclaimed "indoors mom," having three boys who love exploring the great big world has caused a serious shift in interests.
Why is rain always the playing outside deal-breaker? There's a magic that happens when we turn kids (and ourselves) loose under a downpour.
Give kids PVC pipe, scrap wood, or whatever they can buy for $10 at the resale store and a little freedom. Learning through exploration is magic.
There's plenty of summer left to get creative with your kids. Go learn, create, and have some fun together!