It is that time of year when we gather together with family and friends for festive fun. The reindeer’s are not the only one playing games. Elizabeth Hashagen and I show you how to have some fun this holiday season on News 12 Long Island’s Holiday Help.
Elizabeth Hashagen and Anne Caminiti show you how to make some fun edible treats the kids can help you make this holiday season.
Whether you celebrate Hanukkah or Christmas we all love to indulge on some festive treats throughout the month of December. And, we love to include the kids in the kitchen for even more fun this holiday season.
Children will love this interactive book about six simple machines: the wedge, wheel and axle, lever, inclined plane, screw and pulley. There is hands-on interaction that will excite young readers from the cover of the book where they can spin gears to make the Sloth character go up and down to the pop-ups and flaps that fill the pages throughout the book. It will be on that your children will grab to read over and over again.
Did I mention it is a STEM book written for ages 7 to 10 years old, too? David Macaulay did a great job putting the fun back into learning with this book.
It is that time of the year again when the Elf on a Shelf makes his appearance. Every morning our kids wake up looking to see what the Elf was up to all night while they were sleeping. We love seeing the photos our fellow Momee Friends share on Facebook each day. So we have decided to put a Facebook event together so that we can all share our photos and ideas in one spot to inspire the other Elves.