June 2, 2022
Bet you didn't know National Flip Flop Day is coming up... How about National Meteor Watch Day? Keep scrolling for these and other national holidays you probably didn't know existed. Watch your kiddos light up when you tell them it's National Donut Day (especially if you let them eat one). We've included a fun family activity to celebrate each holiday from some of our favorite bloggers so you can make a day of it.
via: The Stem Laboratory
This bouncy egg experiment teaches little scientists about egg anatomy and osmosis and takes just a few minutes to set up. It’s seriously egg-citing!
via: In the Kids Kitchen
Kids will go wild for these “Unicorn Poop” rainbow donuts. It’s an easy, baked donut recipe with a fun sugar glaze…a guaranteed hit for any occasion.
via: Family Fun Crafts
Best friends are priceless! Kids can make these cute interlocking puzzle necklaces for (or with) their BFF to celebrate the day.
via: Disney Parks
Disney Character Artist Brian James Fitchner celebrates Donald Duck’s birthday by showing kids of all ages how to draw Disney’s favorite duck, for free.
via: Artful Kids
The kids won’t want to leave the bath after they create these colorful soap crayons and they’re just as much fun to play with as they are to make.
via: Kabitha’s Kitchen
Even the pickiest eater will enjoy this veggie-filled “lollipop” packed with nutrition that’s fun for dipping. Step-by-step directions and a how-to video simplify the prep and cooking process.
via: About a Mom
Jazz up a pair of flip flops with ribbon in just a few steps. Kids will love choosing their favorite colors, team colors, or good old red, white & blue to celebrate the 4th of July.
via: Red Ted Art
Craft memories with your kid’s beach finds…or check out your local craft store for shells to make these adorable little critter magnets. Perfect for hanging up works of art on the fridge.
via: Taste of Home
This delightful pudding is not only yummy but easy to whip up using common pantry ingredients. Pair it with some sprinkles of candy and whipped cream for a truly sweet treat.
Kids can learn about asteroids, meteors, comets, and more on NASA’s “Space Place” for kids. This free site delivers educational content on-demand, that’s fun and engaging for your future space explorers.
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