Fun Fall Treats for Kids
October 8, 2019 – 12:00 pm | No Comment

Round up of kid friendly and festive fall treats
Make fall extra festive for your family with these yummy and kid-friendly fall treats. Get the kids to help you and make it extra fun! Click on …

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How and Where to Adopt from a Salvation Army Angel Tree
November 14, 2019 – 9:05 am | 2 Comments
How and Where to Adopt from a Salvation Army Angel Tree

Salvation Army Angel Tree November 1 – December 6, 2019
Every holiday season, with the help of individuals, families, community groups, corporations and area businesses, The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program fulfills the wishes and needs …

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Thanksgiving Craft for Kids: A Gratitude Tree
November 6, 2019 – 5:08 am | 2 Comments
Thanksgiving Craft for Kids: A Gratitude Tree

Thanksgiving Craft for Kids: A Gratitude Tree
 
A gratitude tree is the perfect way to express what you are thankful for. Have the kids help by cutting out the leaves. You can either use a picture …

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Halloween Treats and Halloween Party Foods
October 29, 2019 – 2:15 pm | No Comment
Halloween Treats and Halloween Party Foods

Halloween Treats and Halloween Party Foods
Round up of ultra fun Halloween snacks and treats that are kid friendly and time friendly too!
Rice Krispies Frankestein
Great for a fun classroom treat – easy to make!

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FREE Halloween Printables
October 26, 2019 – 7:10 am | No Comment
FREE Halloween Printables

Free Halloween Printables
If you’re looking for free Halloween printables to make labels, tags, cupcake toppers, party invites, you’ll love the free printables offered on many websites. You’ll also find templates for Halloween decorations, pumpkin carving …

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Old Fashioned Halloween Popcorn Balls
October 12, 2019 – 8:30 am | No Comment
Old Fashioned Halloween Popcorn Balls

Halloween Treats: Old Fashioned Popcorn Balls
The signs of fall are upon us, even if the weather hasn’t caught up yet. High school football games, Homecoming parades, store shelves bursting with candy and costumes, they are …

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