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Our Grandparents

Our grandparents can be our best friends. They are extremely smart and always have good advice. They take us to fun places and always spend the whole day with us. And finally, they have the best stories to tell. They can be funny, inspirational, and just happy. With all these great qualities, it is time to give back and show them how much we care. Here is a color-in card for your amazing...[Read more]

4th Of July Crafts

Here is a fun easy craft for the whole family to do on the 4th Of July. All you need are a few stones, some markers or paint, and your imagination. Here all are the steps to make some really cool holiday stones. Step 1) Find some cool rock in your yard that are flat and smooth. Step 2) Find some markers or paint to draw on the stones. Step 3) Draw on the stones and make them look...[Read more]

Random Act Of Kindness Day

We are just two days away from Random Act of Kindness Day! This is the day to be as nice as possible to everyone you know. Being nice is as easy as sharing some toys with your friends at school or at home. With the national holiday around the corner here is a fun coloring sheet for you to complete and give to someone! [Read more]

Kelvin’s Maze – Activity Sheet

Can you help Kelvin find his helmet before he goes to the skate park with Lil’ Iguana?  Follow the maze to the other side.  After you solve the puzzle, color in the rest of the sheet in a unique way.  Share your fun with us on Instagram or Facebook with hashtag: #liliguanafun Click here to download the printable PDF: Arturo’s Activities – Kelvin’s...[Read more]

Easter Eggs – Decoration and Dye

It’s time to get eggcited about dying some Easter eggs.  For this, you will need white eggs, a tie dye or paas package, and six cups. First, you hard-boil the eggs. To hard-boil eggs, you place water in a pot and bring it to a boil. Once the water is boiling, you place the eggs in the water. Let the eggs cook in the boiling water for about 15 minutes. Then let them cool. Dry the eggs completely and place back in the carton so they do not roll away. You can follow the specific instruction on the back of the package of whatever egg dying kit you purchased. For this eggsample, we are...[Read more]