With the holidays fast approaching, and school soon to be out, you might be wondering how to keep your kids busy through the winter holidays. Town libraries often have holiday workshops just for kids
There is something inexplicably fun about foraging for wild food. Finding herbs and edible greens in nature and free for the taking seems almost magical in a time when everything is packaged and sold.
There is something about butterflies that instill a deep sense of wonder. They appear to us as fuzzy caterpillars found along the stems and leaves of garden plants. Then, at a certain time, they
Summer Activities July seems like the longest month of summer holidays because it's between June and August. The excitement of summer holidays has worn off and it's still two whole months until September. The
Did you know that the word picnic is derived from the French word pique-nique, which is used to describe light meals taken outside. It was popularized during the French Revolution when the classes visited
Wet and soggy afternoons bring their own delights for adults and children. They're an opportunity to indulge in one's hobbies or to escape the house in search of treats and pleasures. A rainy day
Richard Scarry was a prolific writer and illustrator of children's books throughout his career. Always well-reviewed on Amazon, his collections inspire nostalgia in parents and quickly become a child's favourite book. Each page is