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Written by Resident Events  On  December 06, 2018   2462   0
A Feast for Forest Friends
Wildlife is an important part of every community and your critters should be looked after in the winter months. This clever activity involves making a giant snow cake for local wildlife! This family-friendly activity is both enjoyable and educational. The idea is to do something fun for the kids as well as help them understand how weather affects local bird and animal foraging patterns. If you don’t live in a suburban or rural area, this activity may also involve a “field trip” away from more densely populated areas or even to a local park (check with your city about needed permissions!) Things You Will Need · Carpool arrangements if traveling · 3-5...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  November 29, 2018   2645   0
“The Polar Express” Pajama Party
This event is for the kids: a movie night in their pajamas! The movie for the event is “The Polar Express” as it’s a perfect film for the winter season. All the children - and parents too - are going to simply love this event. Ask the children to come in their pajamas and also bring along their blankets, pillows, and small stuffed toys for cuddling! Prep and Planning Time the event around six in the evening: well before children’s bed-times. If they get sleepy during the movie it will spoil the fun. Arrange a large open space for the kids so they’re able to lie down and watch the movie. Also arrange mats, rugs, or a carpet to make the floor comfortable. A big screen is a must. Bring out the...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  November 15, 2018   3012   0
Snowballs Reading and Activity
Winters sometimes make the children extra wiggly, especially when they can't go outside to play. This snowball event is the perfect way to get rid of all that pent-up energy! It's most suitable for children aged three to seven but older children may also have fun participating. The activity includes reading the book “Snowballs” by Lois Ehlert followed by indoor activities related to the book. The event can be organized at your community center, or if needed at a local library. Indoor Snow Activities Several indoor snow activities can be organized after reading the storybook. For example, a snow dough station, indoor snowball fight, and a snowball shovel race. Snow Dough Station Image...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  November 08, 2018   2467   0
Breakfast with Santa and Mrs. Claus
Breakfast with the Clauses will be a thrilling event for the children in your community. The event will take a little planning, but will be a source of immense awe! An indoor event would be most suitable for everyone’s comfort. Pre-Event Preparations The main attraction would require two volunteers (one male and one female) to dress up as Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus. Costumes for Santa and Mrs. Claus will also need to be made, purchased, or rented for the event. Prepare and send out invites to the residents telling them about the program, timings, and location of the breakfast. You could also consider specifically inviting parents and grandparents of the children as well! Add a Color Dress Code Adding a color theme...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  April 27, 2018   2878   0
Memorial Day Kids Book and Craft
To celebrate Memorial Day in your community, organize a story time and craft that honors those who sacrificed in the name of honor and duty. This respectful and somber treatment of the holiday is sure to show honor and respect to our nation’s soldiers so that they are always remembered and never forgotten. Memorial Day Book Read aloud a few passages about Memorial Day from a respectfully illustrated kids book like Memorial Day by Trudi Strain Trueit. After your read aloud story time and discussion you can honor the day with some fun and meaningful crafts. Memorial Day Crafts Thank You Cards for Veterans Image source: Project Nursery ...
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