It’s a great big world out there, so why limit kids’ summer activities to the ho-hum, been-there-done-that of seasons past? This year, invite them to explore beyond their borders with an around-the-world picnic featuring the cultures of other countries. Kids will have a blast trying new foods and games — and they may learn a thing or two without even realizing it.
Don’t have an ice cream maker? Don’t need one! Here’s how to make ice cream in just a couple of steps. The only equipment you need is a hand mixer. A few minutes of prep, a few hours to freeze, and you and your kids are scooping out a delicious homemade treat.
Moviegoing can be downright expensive these days, especially for a large family that enjoys snacking in the theater. Why not create a memorable movie night for friends and family, hosted right from your living room? For relatively little money and prep time, you can create the best stay-at-home movie night ever.
Sleeping under the stars. Best friend bracelets. Catching fireflies. There’s something special about attending summer camp that lives in a child’s memory long after the late-night storytelling has ended.
Want to create that summer-camp experience at home — saving money and spending quality time with your kids? It’s easy. Just borrow these fun ideas.
Even if you’re only celebrating the 4th of July with family, party decorations are a must! These festive Independence Day DIY crafts are sure to get everyone in a patriotic mood. With paper pinwheels, hand-painted pots, and balloon garland in colors of red, white, and blue, your house will come to life for the holiday.
Summer is the perfect season to put cost-cutting ideas into practice. From playing around at public parks to using a backyard clothes line, here are 11 ideas for saving money during the summer.
The average school summer break in the U.S is about two and a half months, or roughly 10 weeks. What to do with kids who have way too much time on their hands is an annual challenge for parents.
RAC is here to help with 10 products to entertain, engage, and even encourage.
There’s something about food on a stick that spells F-U-N. Plus, it’s easy to eat, because you don’t need utensils — which comes in handy when the party’s outside.
Celebrate summer with these three crowd-pleasing recipes that are simple yet cover all the bases: salad, savory, and sweet.
St. Patrick’s Day is March 17, and we’re celebrating with a delicious recipe that’s sure to make you feel like that pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Packed with fresh fruit, these rainbow smoothies are not only beautiful, but also healthy and delicious.