Photo: 2 Ingredient Moon Sand.

This fun activity will keep the kids entertained for hours on end, and it is one of the easiest to make with only two ingredients.

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Photo: Play Dough.

Love watching your kids use their imaginations to create cool new designs? This recipes is great for that, and even incorporate a drop or two of peppermint during the holidays to make it festive.

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Image: Easter peeps graham cracker houses.

Graham Cracker Houses are a fun activity for Easter. Use Peeps, jelly beans, sprinkles and other spring colored candies, crackers or cereals to decorate these houses.

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Image: Decorated Easter Salt Dough Ornaments.

These Easter Salt Dough Ornaments are a fun craft for kids. The Salt Dough is rolled out and then cut into fun Easter shapes with cookie cutters.

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Image: Pumpkin and Peanut Butter Dog Treats.

Make something healthy for your favorite dog with these Homemade Pumpkin and Peanut Butter Dog Treats. Just 4 ingredients!

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Photo: Grow Your Own Easter Basket filler with wheat grass.

Wheat grass is a great natural alternative to plastic Easter basket filler! Turn this project into a fun, STEM-based activity for the entire family!

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Halloween Inspiration.

Looking for Halloween Inspiration? Halloween is right around the corner, and with it comes spooky themed parties in classrooms, workplaces and even at home! We tested popular and adorable Halloween treats from Pinterest.

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Mummy Dogs

I love these adorable little guys! I think they are fun, festive and pretty recognizable. There are several different versions on the internet, but I chose the ones with the arms and the legs.

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Pumpkin Rolls.

These pumpkin-shaped rolls use pumpkin puree in the dough. They are easily shaped by snipping eight notches around the roll and using a pecan stem.

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Slithery Snakes.

These sneaky slithery snakes on a stick use bread dough wrapped around a skewer to give them the shape of a Halloween serpent.

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