Whether you’re crafting with a toddler or a school aged child this Christmas, these iconic characters are fun for a wide range of age groups. Cotton balls and white glue are a toddler’s best crafting friend as they stick instantly without falling off! So pull out the crayons and the paper plates and I’ll show […]
Tuck this reindeer feed kid snack in the lunchbox, hand out at holiday parties, or give as a cute DIY gift. They’re really easy for kids to help make and they’ll get a kick out of eating the same nibbles as Rudolph and the gang. To make these, mix up some snacks to satisfy […]
Wintertime means plenty of fun out playing in the snow! Sledding, building snowman, and even a friendly snowball fight can be a great way to spend an afternoon. Sometimes though, it’s just too cold to play outside, so here’s a fun activity that keeps you busy until the temps go up a bit! For this […]
There’s nothing I love more than cute food that is easy to make! This adorable little panda bear snack is sure to be a hit with your kids, and it only takes 2 ingredients! Panda Bear Snack What you’ll need: 1 slice of red apple a few seedless red grapes Tools: A sharp kitchen […]
Whether you speak Spanish or just aspire to, celebrating Christmas in a second language makes those of us raising multicultural families giddy with excitement. Banners in Spanish can be hard to find or customize, but making your own with these simple DIY block letters is a great way to spend an afternoon with the kids, […]
Building blocks are a great tool to encourage creativity and build motor skills. You can make these colorful logs yourself out of nothing more than your recycled toilet paper or paper towel cardboard tubes! Start by painting all the rolls fun colors. Once the rolls are dry cut out a notch on one or both […]
Answer that Kid Question with another Q! Turn the tables on your kid and start a creative conversation by asking what they think the answers are to their kid question! Here’s a fun Kix Kid follow-up question: And how come dogs are so totally, always interested in cats?
A word of caution: You may not be able to stop munching on these white chocolate cherry Kix clusters. While this easy recipe makes these ideal for kids to make and give as holiday gifts, you might not have anything but crumbs to offer. They are just that delicious. This recipe is very forgiving. Instead […]
I think it’s a safe assumption to make that if you have kids in your house, you also have crayons. And, somewhere there’s a box or a bag filled with broken crayon pieces that no one has the heart to throw away. Luckily, there are several ways to recycle some of those crayon nubs. Here […]
The family and friends that are around the Thanksgiving table, the feast that awaits, the fun of the day. Help your child make a list of everything to be grateful for and make sure to say “Thanks” to everyone at the celebration. Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Kix—we’re grateful for you!