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Dollar store kids' craft: Door Hanger Chore Chart

Dollar Store Craft: Door Hanger Chore Chart

Here’s an easy way to keep track of which chores have been done: a door hanger chore chart! Make a different hanger for each child, and don’t forget to make one for yourself while you’re at it! The best part is that you can craft this simple project with stuff you find at the dollar […]

Paper plate clock craft

Paper Plate Clock Craft

Make a fun craft that will help your kids learn all you need to know about telling time: a paper plate clock! This craft uses supplies you already have on hand, or can find at the dollar store. You can find paper plates, brads and letter stickers at the dollar store. If you want to […]

Savory Italian Mini Pull-Aparts

Savory/sweet, rich, delicious perfection. Here’s a mini-sized version of a classic Pull-Apart that’s perfect for divvying up between lots of little kids at snacktime (grown-up kids, too!).   To make Savory Italian Monkey Bread Mini Pull-Aparts you will need: 2 cups Kix® cereal 2 teaspoons Italian seasoning 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder 1/4 […]

Recycled craft for kids: Kix cereal box accordion album

Recycled Craft: Cereal Box Accordion Album

Done with your cereal box? Then turn it into a recycled craft like an accordion album — a simple handmade book that can be filled with photos, drawings, or a special message for a friend. In addition to using recycled cereal boxes, this craft is a great way to use up scratch paper, bits of […]

4 Ways to Organize with Cereal Boxes

Family organization is an on going process. Finding what works for you and your family can take time and sometimes money. Here are 4 great organization ideas that you can create using items you already have at home! 1. School Work Organizer You’ll need a cereal box, scissors, paper (roll paper works best), adhesive and […]

Food Art: Critter Snack

These adorable little critter snacks are so simple to make!  All you need is a heart-shaped cookie cutter, a few ingredients and you’re ready to go!   What You’ll Need Ingredients (for 2 bugs): 1 large slice of watermelon 2 red grapes 1 baby carrot A handful of Berry Kix cereal 4 white sprinkles (optional) […]

Kix Cereal Hot Chocolate Clusters

Turn a winter classic into a yummy snack. Buttery, crunchy, sweet—Kix Hot Chocolate Clusters are just the right size as a special treat for little ones! To make Kix Hot Chocolate Clusters you will need: 6 cups Kix cereal 1/4 cup butter, cut into pieces 1 cup semisweet chocolate chips (6 oz.) 1/4 cup sweetened […]

Kix Cereal Bracelets

I think making your own edible jewelry is a rite of passage for kids. Making edible bracelets out of cereal is not only a better alternative to stringing candy, but pieces of Kix are just the right size to mimic beads. A tapestry needle and elastic cord are all you’ll need to string cereal. Tapestry […]

4 President's Day Crafts for Kids by @amandaformaro

4 Presidents' Day Crafts for Kids

Presidents’ Day is celebrated in honor of George Washington, the first U.S. president. Former President Abraham Lincoln also had a birthday in the month of February, and so Presidents’ Day has often been associated with those two presidents. However, it’s changed over the years and has also been said to celebrate the office of the […]

5 Animal-themed Kid's Birthday Snacks

Planning a themed kid’s birthday party can be a challenge (how many kids in how little space? yikes!), but with a little imagination, you can turn a party into a celebration of animals: Throw an food-art-themed bash, complete with a menagerie of delicious treats! 1) Whale Kix Snack Your little party people will have a […]

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