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This summer, Raising Quirk’s mission is to keep your kids from ever having to say “I’m bored.” So we’ve rounded up our favorite crafts, recipes, games, and activities from Quirk Books titles and jam-packed them into our funnest, awesomest, and kid-friendliest e-sampler yet. Whether you’re taking your family on the road or stuck indoors on a rainy day, we’ve got you covered. Projects include: COOKING: How to Teach a Kid to Cook Robot Bites Banana Split Pops Little-Bitty Fudge Puppies CRAFTING: Bottle-Cap Frames Starburst Straws Turtle Magnet Get Your Kid to Clean Up OUTDOOR ADVENTURE: Get Your Kid to Put On Sunscreen Plan a Scavenger Hunt Yakima! Choreograph a Fight Scene Nick and Tesla’s Low-Tech (Practically No-Tech) Bottle Rocket and Launcher RAINY DAY ANTICS: Get Your Kid to Play Alone Futaleufú Mattress Rafting Put on a Comedy Show Learn a Magic Trick FUN ON THE GO: How to Keep a Family Happy During Car Trips Make Trail Mix and Hit the Trails! How to Build a Sand Castle Games to Play in the Car Children don’t come with an owner’s manual, so Raising Quirk brings together advice, activities, entertainment, and, most important, other parents who still feel kinda like kids themselves. Our motto: We help cool parents raise cool kids. After all, parenting is a lifelong adventure, and we’re all in it together. Consider us your virtual playgroup and join us at Raising Quirk online.
This easy-to-follow guide is appropriate for parents of any skill level and backyards of any size. Forgoing complex design, Sperling’s mud kitchen guide focuses on the essential components of a mud kitchen using simple resources, allowing just about anyone to create a stellar children’s mud kitchen in only one day.
Dozens of additional resources are included, such as:
•Where to get supplies, whether by making, finding, or buying them
•Outdoor play and its value to child development
•The value of dirt in building strong immune systems
•Comprehensive list of inspiring case studies, articles, and photographs of mud kitchens from around the world
Its great to have a plan in your head, but its even better to have a carefully laid out plan to help guide you even if this isn’t your first birthday party. Here is the bottom line:
– Give me one hour, and I’ll show you how planning a birthday with a plan in place can not only be less stressful, but fulfilling and fun.
– Find out how decorations don’t have to break the bank
– If your baby is younger than four, make sure you don’t make this common mistake when setting the time for the party
– Do you know how long before the party to send out invitations in order to improve the chances you’ll get an RSVP?
What do you get by downloading?
– Less stress, more organization with my book that teaches you how to plan the perfect birthday party; suggestions from moms that have been there and done that many times before!
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The best part about science experiments is that your child will learn something while having fun. While they may be thinking that flowers changing colors is “magic,” this is a great opportunity for you to explain to your child how plants transport nutrients through their stems. Even if you and your child are not experts, you can do fun experiments together with amazing results.
What You Will Discover Inside
- Backyard Rocket
- Homemade Elephant Toothpaste
- Building Your Own Geyser
- Rainbow in a Test Tube
- Writing With Invisible Ink
- Fog Ring Maker
- Fishing for Ice Cubes
This book is packed full of projects that show you how to recycle junk and use it as the basis for your craft projects with your kids.
Inside You Will Learn:
•How to make an octopus and a caterpillar from an old sock
•Turn your old jeans into a funky bag
•How to make your own bunting
•How to use an egg carton to make animal puppets
•How to make your own dolls house
•How to make pencil and crayon tidies
•Make your own lanterns
•How to make a bird feeder
•And Much More
This book will take you, step by easy step, through more than 25 projects suitable to make with children from as young as 2 years old (with adult supervision of course) and that is not all – each project lists a number of different ideas for simple but effective variations on the theme meaning that you can enjoy each project again and again.