For the family:
A recipe you should try this week-end:
An activity you could plan:
DIY squishy soap, from Mama Papa Bubba. I will try it next month, before we go on our French holidays, to pack a "ball" of it. The kids will love to wash their hands with that fun soap.
For the children:
Paper straw flowers: some straws, cut out paper hearts and you have a flower!
Fun and smart:
For kids up to 5 years old. Learn the different words refering to water, in several languages (more than 15!). Free printables you can also color (on Multicultural Kid Blogs)
For the younger ones (2 to 4 years old), here is a lovely activity mathbook, created by Milk, Craft and Honesty. You can either print it or just download it on a tablet or smartphone. My daughter loves it, your children should too.
For the adults:
Teaching Kids money sense: preparing yourself, from Carrots are Orange. Well, my husband is the "banker" in our couple, but as I am the one who buy most of the things, my kids look up to me to know what can be bought and what is not affordable. This post has some good insights on how we can be ready to explain "money" to the children.
THIS TEDx video about Invite the "Other" to lunch.
Take care of yourself:
Have a nice week-end!