Monthly Archives: December 2006

Winter Break Begins

No Students!

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Ten Things to do with your kids this season … last post!

Here’s the last two things we’ve come up with to do this season with your kids. Whatever you do wind up doing, have fun and don’t try to cram so much into your days that you feel overwhelmed. Activity Trace … Continue reading

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Ten things to do with your kids this season … Day 4

Here’s two more things to do this winter break. Enjoy your holidays! (Whatever they may be). Activity You knew it was coming, it was just hiding around the next bend. Make “Seasonal Cards” with your kids; if they’re not old … Continue reading

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Ten Things to do with your kids this season … Day 3

Here’s two more things to do this winter break. Enjoy your holidays! (Whatever they may be). Activity Salt Dough Ornaments! Generally speaking, you can make salt dough from things you have around the house. Take equal amounts flour and salt … Continue reading

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Ten things to do with your kids this season… Day 2

Here’s two more things to do this winter break. Enjoy your holidays! (Whatever they may be). Activity Make wrapping paper! You’ll need some poster paint, some inexpensive sponges, and some craft paper. We like the brown packaging kind of wrapping … Continue reading

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Ten things to do with your kids this season…

Over the next few days, we’ll be publishing ten things to do with your kids in the Portland area. Each day, we’ll publish two; one event and one activity. Today’s list is a pair of easy ones: Activity Get out … Continue reading

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Professor Banjo’s Old-Time Play Party for Kids!

Come out to Mississippi Pizza Saturday December 2nd for singing, dancing, games and fun! Professor Banjo (Local square-dance caller Paul Silveria) plays lively old-time banjo, teaches simple dance figures, and hosts ‘chalk talks’ and guessing games. Traditional Americana that everyone … Continue reading

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Simple Pop-Up Card Design

One of several things you can do with your kids this season is to have them make cards. And if you’ve done this for a few years, you might be getting tired of just folding over the card and having … Continue reading

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