Keep kids entertained -- without breaking the bank.
Use your favorite NBA players, or create your own, to play street-style basketball.
The cooler days of fall are a great time for kids to head outside for parties. The following games from Penny Warner's book, "Kids' Outdoor Parties" (Meadowbrook Press), are great to get kids outdoors and having fun.
Based on child development research, the following guide
will help in your selection of toys for various age groups. Some
playthings are recommended for more than one age category, as
children of different ages often enjoy the same toy, each playing
with it at his or her own level.
Slam-dunk hoops game with sophisticated controls.
It's important to let your children know how proud you are of their accomplishments, whether it's winning second place in the spelling bee or entering the first grade. Show them in ways big or small, from a special dinner out (or in) to framing their feat and hanging it at eye level -- their eye level.
The duties of the team parent include ordering trophies, making arrangements for team photos, scheduling drinks and snacks for the games, delivering messages about postponed or canceled games or practices and organizing the end-of-season party.
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Decorate your dessert for the big game with cupcake toppers featuring Mickey & Friends!