Shake Off Cabin Fever Activities For Kids!


Winter,  Winter, Winter, is all around, and we know what else is going on?

Cabin fever ayyyy yaiii yaiiii! 

 This is already challenging for adults, but for children whew!  We need activities quick fast, and on the double lol.

Shake cabin fever with these fun winter activities for the whole family!Click To Tweet


1. Board games

2. Arts and Crafts


3. Indoor Pop up a tent or Sleeping bag

How about camping out in the living room, and watch movies together? FUN!!!!!  Don’t forget you could create a tent from a large blanket over furniture, or sets of chairs.  Check out this easy smores recipe that would make a great snack for this activity!

4. Outdoor play in the snow because why not?

Snowball fights, scavenger hunts, or build a snowman.


Bonus: In case you missed it have the whole family  join me in creating a D.I.Y. snowman from Mom, and Dad’s old socks!


What are you doing to shake cabin fever???

What is Multicultural Book Day?

¡Hola! ¡Familias!

Let’s just jump right in…….

Multicultural Book Day is a day of celebration for diversity in children’s books.  The founder Valarie Budayr from Jump Into a Book, and Mia Wenjen from Pragmatic Mom created Multicultural Book Day.

The purpose of this day is an effort to push literature that supports diverse characters, storylines, and proper representations for children. This is the 5th. year, and the excitement is in the air for such a special day!


The founders vision was to get as many families, educators, teachers, librarians together around the world.  This is a collaborative effort to  offer supportive platforms for Authors, Writers and Illustrators.

Multicultural Book Day is January 27, 2018.

Rebecca “Franticmommy” Flansburg is the project manager of this event. She works diligently to match up the Author’s books with book reviewers on social media.

Follow #Readyourworld for more information on Multiculural Book Day!! Check out my Book Review for this special day on YouTube!

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Thank you for reading and viewing!!

Children’s Fantastic 5 New Years Activities


How is everyone doing? I hope all is going well as we move right along through more beautiful holidays!!

Today I wanted to dive into the wonderful New Year that is sneaking upon us. Time to get the party started with our fantastic 5 New Year’s Activities for children…… Whooooo Hooooo!!

Time to get the party started with our fantastic 5 New Years activities for children.....Whoooo Hoooo!!!Click To Tweet

1. D.I.Y. Party Favors

Did someone say party? Yes!!! We have to have party favors….here are a couple of fun favor DIY’s !

2. New Year wins vision board

My favorite activity with children is creating a vision board together…the New Year is a perfect time for this as a family. If you missed one of my older posts on this here is a quick video sample to get started

Work together a create a personal family video for the start of the year of the wins each person wants for the future….then map out steps together how to get there.


Plan out new travel trips, or staycations that your family have never tried before skies the limit always!

Checkout these year round tips for your family from one of my favorite travel blogger…..Amanda creator of “My Sweet Beautiful Life”


I am sure your young chefs love to add their ideas, or create a new recipe together. I found these fun and easy kid friendly meatball sliders from pinterest……looks delicious.


There are so many D.I.Y. items to use to add or change a look of their rooms. Another idea is add something new to their arrangement to inspire them. Nothing like an atmosphere that screams ” Winning”!!! Here are some pretty neat room ideas.


What a positive jump start for the New Year! Empowering our children with positive affirmations today, and throughout their lives. This activity could be as simple as writing down what your child will fill in the blanks of the”I am’s____”

A 6 year old I know wrote beautiful, unique, and strong for herself…. she wrote down 10 of them. She loved the activity, and would recite them throughout the day on her own. She also threw in “I am a pizza” and we laughed and went with it….LOL…..the most important thing was her winning attitude.

What activities will your children enjoy for the New Year? Have you tried any of these activities above?

I hope your family have a prosperous New Year!!!

¡Gracias¡ Mrs. Shauna