How to Encourage Thankfulness in Kids

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!We recently got this note from a fan, and thought we’d share it with you: As a mommy to three little ones, ages 7, 5, and 3, I am often struck by how much “stuff” my kids have.  From toys […]

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How To Help Children Write Thank You Notes To Grandparents

Getting the hang of how to help children write thank you notes to grandparents will turn a chore into a rewarding experience for everyone involved. Get your kids off to a good start with being grateful for the gifts they receive, and brighten a grandparent’s day. Act promptly. Grandparents usually dote on their grandchildren. They’re […]

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Children’s Party Ideas That Aim To Please

Each year children attend almost as many parties as there are children involved. If you want to add a little variety to your next celebration, why not try some of these children’s party ideas? Hold a party where guests must win their loot bags and any number of prizes by accumulating points. Meet each guest […]

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How To Encourage Thankfulness in the Classroom

If you’re a teacher in the classroom, one of the best lessons you can teach children is to be thankful for the multitude of things around them there are to be thankful for. As students grow, they model the behaviors they see around them. Some people they observe have difficulty because all they see are […]

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How to Encourage Thankfulness after a Snowstorm

So the blizzard has arrived, and you’re stuck at home with the kids. All the usual weekend activities have been canceled, and it’s too cold and snowy for your children to be outside yet, building those snow castles and hurling snowballs. The blizzard’s energy has got them revved up, so their usual indoor activities are […]

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Using Children’s Stationery for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and your children may already be agonizing over who will be giving them a Valentine at school, and who won’t. Help your children think beyond whether they are part of the “in” crowd by encouraging them to think beyond their schoolmates in terms of who gets a Valentine. […]

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Be My Crafty Valentine: Festive Floral Flair

No matter what your stance on Valentine’s Day might be if it’s over-commercialized or heavenly the crafting opportunities it provides are endless. Never mind tacky drug store chocolates and neon-pink plastic roses, Valentine’s Day is a time to focus on simple elegance and celebrate your loved ones. According to Holidash.com, there are over 110 million […]

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Party Invitations on Sale!

We have hundreds of invitations on sale right now. Choose from invitations for girls or boys. You can also browse by theme. Amy’s cute bugs and animal designs are a customer favorite!  

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Merry Christmas!

  We think that Linus from the Peanuts said it best when Charlie wondered what Christmas was all about. We found a clip on YouTube that you might enjoy seeing again. Here’s the quote from Luke 2: 8-14 And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night. An […]

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Hanukkah and Christmas: A Jewish Perspective on The Holiday Season

Many Americans assume that Hanukkah is the Jewish equivalent of Christmas. They put it on par with other major Jewish holidays like Rosh Hashanah, Passover, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot. Some just assume that Hanukkah is the most significant Jewish holiday, because it falls around Christmas time. But the menorah isn’t the Jewish equivalent of an […]

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