Make mealtime fun again and connect with your kids using these fun conversation starters with plenty of unique and fun questions to kick off dinner chatter. Sometimes silly and sometimes a little more deep, this gets the conversational ball rolling and helps kids open up at mealtime at an age when they start to shut down.
Whether you have season passes or are just visiting for the day, make the most of your theme park visit. You don’t want to overpack and end up with an aching back, but you don’t want to forget that “crucial” item ether. The next time you head out for a day of fun, make sure you use this ultimate theme park packing tips printable to bring everything you need!
These delicious and easy tamale pot pies are a fun and easy update on a classic tamales. They’re quick enough to make for a weeknight meal and filled with flavor. As an added bonus, they’re naturally gluten free and dairy free, making them allergy friendly to serve for company.
These simple no bake s’mores cookies are the perfect twist on the summer classic. The Girl Scout s’mores cookies were a disappointment this year, but these ones won’t be! They’re rich, and one cookie is a perfect dessert. Double the recipe to serve a crowd!
You won’t hate when your kids have water balloon fights anymore. The Water Wubble is a reusable water balloon that doesn’t need parents to fill or tie it! Use them again and again – they come 8 in a box so you can have a huge fight without the need to pick up all the tiny pieces of latex from your grass.
This delicious and easy traditional Italian pasta recipe uses just four ingredients but creates amazingly complex flavor in just 15 minutes. If you’ve never tried cacio e pepe before, you’re in for a treat!
This delicious chicken taco wrap makes the perfect summer cold sandwich. The marinated chicken is incredibly juicy, and the flavors all shine through in this fun to make and eat sandwich. Take your taco in a new direction!
This delicious homemade frozen custard recipe is the perfect vehicle for edible cookie dough. If you prefer vanilla custard without mix ins, leave out the cookie dough and enjoy plain or with your favorite sundae toppings. You could also make this base recipe and add in any of your favorite mix-ins to create a new summer favorite.
Every summer, students lose skills. Enrolling your child in Mathnasium’s summer math tutoring can help your child master missed skills and master new ones. Check out these 11 things you didn’t know about how Mathnasium can work for your student.
This easy recipe for flavorful Instant Pot Chicken Curry comes together in under a half hour and is completely kid friendly, while including enough flavor to please adults. Enjoy as a savory crepe filling or over basmati rice. This curry is gluten free.