Getting kids to help out around the house is a great idea—in theory. But in practice, it’s not always an easy thing to do, especially with younger kids. If trying to get your toddler to pick up their toys is making you pull your hair out, try doing these 10 things to make the process go a little more smoothly!
Even baguette that has gone hard or stale can still be used—as long as you know how. Make the most of what you have by reading these tips to find out how to never let stale baguette go to waste again!
The clear water beads hidden in this gel-filled sensory bag add a fun and unexpected textural element! Its great combination of textures makes it our all-time favourite—and it only requires a few simple materials to make!
This decadent chocolate chip cheesecake is easy to make and so delicious! It’s sure to leave everyone asking for more! And if you’re lactose-intolerant, we’ve got you covered—the recipe even includes helpful tips that you can use to make this cheesecake completely lactose-free!
Do you have young kids who like to put everything in their mouths? Let them join in on the fun with this simple, cost-effective recipe for psyllium husk slime! This slime is taste-safe, so it’s perfect for toddlers. And if you don’t happen to have psyllium husk powder on hand, you can even replace it with Metamucil!
Sensory bottle recipes often call for glitter glue, but if you don’t have any on hand or are looking to cut costs, can you recreate its effect using fine glitter and clear glue? I tested it out so you don’t have to!
This delicious caprese salad requires only a few ingredients and comes together in under ten minutes. Serve it on busy weeknights or use it to impress your guests at dinner parties!
You only need one inexpensive ingredient to make these amazingly cool window clings that change colours when they’re exposed to sunlight! This easy DIY project is the perfect way to get into the season’s spirit—and the included snowflake template can be used for any number of winter crafts!
This flavourful arugula salad calls for only a few ingredients and comes together in under five minutes. Whether you need to save time on a busy weeknight or you’re looking to impress your dinner guests, this delicious summer salad is sure to deliver!
This adorable craft is simple to make and nice enough to hang on your wall! You’ll only need school glue and shaving cream to create the homemade puffy paint that will give your lamb a cool, 3D texture. What a great way to personalize your baby’s nursery decor!