Wright’s Dairy Farm has been around for 100 years and they know milk. They also know what kids love. Animals, pastries, stuffed animals and holiday themed decorations will make getting your next gallon of milk an adventure for the entire family.
Category: activities: outdoor
Celebrate Earth Day 2013! Take to the Trails for a Week of Free Guided Walks at Wildlife Refuges Across Rhode Island
Explore those wild places around Rhode Island that are only accessible by foot! Audubon is offering a weeklong schedule (April 14 – 22, 2013) of FREE guided walks at wildlife refuges across the state and in nearby Massachusetts. There are programs to suit all ages, interests, and capabilities. It’s a fun, free celebration of planet Earth.
One of the ways my family enjoys the outdoors is to spend a day on a bike path. You don’t have to just ride one way and ride back. The bike paths connect us to many places to discover and beautiful sights to see. Rhode Island’s bike paths lead to parks, playgrounds, beaches, nature trails, downtown areas and carousels. The possibilities are many and the fun is mostly free.
ddn101412lifebooknookThis short film of a walnut-eating snake* is what inspired me to Tiger-Mom my children into claymation supremacy. So far that effort hasn’t really blossomed, but once I got my hands on a copy of the filmmakers’ recommended text UNBORED: the Essential Guide to Serious Fun, upper-echelon claymation became a less urgent calling. This book opened my eyes to a parallel universe filled with people doing all kinds of tantalizing, crazy, and fun stuff I’d never considered.
Looking for something to do with your kids during this holiday vacation? Here’s the Kidoinfo Top 12 List of things to do – many are Free and Cheap. Check the Kidoinfo calendar and blog for even more ideas.
Fall’s leaves are a perfect reason to work together as a family and have some fun doing it as well.
As we continue to recover from Hurricane Sandy, here’s hoping there are moments in your family’s life to be able to enjoy the bounty of colorful leaves on the ground. It’s the perfect weekend to use yard-clean up as a family activity as well as a craft project! Also, let’s get ready for turning those clocks back on Sunday.
Having some free time without friends or siblings to play with and time away from digital devices provides can children an opportunity to play solo and have fun while trying something new without the fear of what others may think of their skills or time to play at their own pace. Here’s a list of 10 ways for kids to play from Kids Health.