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It’s Strawberry Picking Season! By Toronto4Kids.com Picking strawberries is the perfect opportunity to teach kids about where our food comes from or to remind yourself just how flavorful fresh berries are supposed to taste. Strawberries typically peak from mid-June to mid-July depending on the spring weather conditions. Many farms will have a Strawberry Festival, where you can taste all kinds of fresh strawberry foods, pies, jams, cakes ? and most commonly, fresh strawberry shortcake. Find a farm that will also offer wagon rides, barnyard play and other activities for kids to make it a fun family day out!
Creative and Personal Gifts for Mom! By Toronto4Kids.com This month, we celebrate Moms! For everything that Moms do, they never seem to get the praise they deserve. And, finding the right gift for a special mom is not always an easy task. Here are a few ideas to get you started… something personal and thoughtful that sends an extraordinary message!
Teach your Kids to Recycle By Toronto4Kids.com With Earth Day just around the corner, it’s an important reminder that we need to do all we can to preserve and protect our mama earth! Teaching your kids to recycle is vital as their future depends on it! So, why not get them involved and make recycling a fun family project?
Surviving March Break By Toronto4Kids.com You didn’t book a trip away. You didn’t book a camp. You have a week off. They are going to be home from school for an entire week. What are you going to do now? Here are parenting tips and activities for surviving Spring Break with young kids, so you can endure this time with grace and humor! Families can enjoy March Break together; the key is to keep your kids engaged and entertained. With some activities on hand, you’ll keep little ones busy and steer them clear of boredom.
Show Your Love this Valentine’s Day By Toronto4Kids.com Showing your love on Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to involve sophisticated presents, hours spent crafting cards, or even buying chocolates or flowers. Sure, those things are nice, but Valentine’s is really one of those holidays where the thought is what counts most. And hopefully that’s just a simple, “I love you.” Here are ways to show your love in simple ways and let your family how much they mean to you on this special day!
Kid-friendly New Year’s Resolutions By Toronto4Kids.com As we ring in a new year, it’s a great time for families to come together and set some new goals… This can bring a family closer together and give everyone a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction. For best success, choose just a few New Year’s resolutions, and make them specific and manageable. Here are some ideas for kid-friendly and family New Year’s resolutions…
Holiday Travel with Kids By Toronto4Kids.com Traveling with kids is tricky enough most of the year, but during the Holiday season, it can be even more complicated! Extra crowds and traffic congestion can make it even harder for you to get to your destination and back home again. Here are some things to consider, to minimize your stress during this busy travel season.
Remembrance Day for Kids By Toronto4Kids.com Remembrance Day is a day to commemorate the sacrifices of members of the armed forces and civilians in times of war. Every year on November 11, Canadians pause in a silent moment to remember the men and women who served and continue to serve our country during times of war, conflict and peace. In the USA, November 11 is called Veterans Day, and honors the men and women who served in the US Armed Forces. Find fun ways to teach kids about the significance of Remembrance and Veterans’ Day and how important it is … Continue reading