Christmas Party Games For Holiday Fun With the Kids

15 Classroom Party Games for the holidays with kids -
I have the pleasure of heading up my five year old’s preschool holiday/Christmas party! The teachers have requested at least three hands on games, and this is what I’ve found so far. I think these are perfect for little ones! If you are in the market for some fun classroom holiday games, then have a look at these These look like a lot of fun! This idea is from Mrs. Lee’s...
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Happy Thanksgiving!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Kid Friendly Things To

Dollywood, Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Have a wonderful day! I am heading to my brother’s house in ┬áChicago, but I wanted to wish everyone a wonderful and relaxing Thanksgiving!
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Old Wood Rd. Rye Squares – A Delicious Cream Cheese & Mushrooom Appetizer – Kid Friendly Things To Do .com

Easy 5 ingredient Holiday Appetizer! These won't last long on the platter! I'm hungry just looking at them!
This recipe is from my mother-in-law. She actually calls them Old Wood Road Rye Rounds (not real sure where ROUND comes from? There is nothing ROUND about them). She named them after her Road because they were the constant appetizer for her street’s holiday parties! Don’t let these babies escape the kitchen without a few tucked away for yourself! Trust me…the platter will come...
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Giving Thanks Praying Hands Craft

Praying Hands! What a great hand print craft for Thanksgiving! So sweet!
This is a simple and sweet craft that would just be so adorable on the Thanksgiving table! The praying hands are also sentimental hand prints from your kids to cherish for years to come. I love, love hand print crafts! I also think this would make the perfect Thanksgiving Sunday School craft! My timing stinks on that idea, but keep it in mind for next year! ­čśë Here’s what I did to make...
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How To Brine A Turkey – An Herbed Brine Recipe – Kid Friendly Things To Do .com

Brine locks the moisture in so your turkey stays moist, tender, and juicy
I found this recipe for an Herbed Brine in the November issue of Taste of Home. Last weekend I gave it a try, and took some step by step pictures on the how to! You’ll Need: 4 Quarts of water 2 cups of sugar 1&1/2 cups of salt 1/2 cup of fresh parsley 1/2 cup of fresh rosemary Bay leaves – a small handful 4 tsp. dry mustard 4 tsp. garlic powder 4 tsp. ground (cayenne) red pepper...
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