Christmas is a wonderful time to do lots of things with your family. There’s caroling, Christmas lights, parades, snow angels, holiday movies…the list could go on and on! If you are looking for a way to have fun and do as much with your family as you can this Christmas, take a look at this […]
This post is part of my ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays series. To see all posts in the series, click here. We’ve been doing Lego Christmas challenges for a few years now and our family just loves them. A couple of years back around Thanksgiving time I was a little over-eager to get out the […]
I’m so very excited to announce that I am teaming up with a few great bloggers to bring you Family Fun Friday each and every week! Fall is in the air, and homeschooling is in once again in full swing! One way that I like to make our homeschooling journey more fun for my daughters […]
Did the title of this one make you scratch your head? We all know that auctions are full of antiques and cost you an arm and a leg, right? Well, yes and no….you can find antiques if that’s what you’re after. I am an avid thrifter, extremely frugal with our food bill, and we probably […]
I just love Christmas! The shopping, the snow, the music… it’s one of my favorite times of year. (I start listening to Christmas music in October – that’s how much I like the holiday season!) Every year I like to include a few new family activities to our holiday celebrations. This year I thought it […]
I’m happy to be participating in the ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays Series hosted by Heather at Upside Down Homeschooling! The letter for this post is Ffor Family Fun Bucket. Twas the night before December at the Smith house kitchen table….the family was enjoying their Family Fun Bucket instead of watching cable…. Several […]
Are you looking for frugal but fun family night ideas? If so, check out these ideas for a Balloon Family Fun Night from Not Consumed. All kids love balloons and there are enough ideas in this post to keep your entire family entertained for hours!
I love looking ahead to see what silly holidays there are to celebrate each month. Kids enjoy celebrating these oddball National Days, too. May is full of holidays that are perfect for making silly memories with your little ones… National Turtle Day, National Frog Jumping Day, and National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, and more. Do […]
Are you looking for a fun night out with your family?? I love this great idea for a Restaurant Progressive Dinner from Not Consumed. She has also included a few free printables for your children to enjoy while at the restaurants. Check it out here.
Looking for some frugal family fun ideas for spring? If so, visit Written Reality to get this FREE printable checklist of *frugal* spring family fun ideas!
This is such a fun, FRUGAL idea! Visit Little Learning Lovies to download this FREE Family Movie Night Kit. This printable pack includes everything that you need to create popcorn bins and editable movie tickets that you can put your family’s name on! I am printing these out right now to use today since we […]
Visit Proverbial Homemaker for to find out more about this fun, family Valentine’s Day activity. Includes ideas, tips and free printables to celebrate your family on Valentine’s Day.