CHARM IT! at Crayola Experience on May 3

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CHARM IT!

Soon I’ll be sharing a full review of the CHARM IT! bracelets (and offering one to give away to one of my readers!), but for now I just want to share details on a fun event this weekend, if you’re in the Philadelphia area. Join CHARM IT! at Crayola Experience on May 3 CHARM IT! is hosting its 2014 Creativity Design-a-Charm Contest from April 23 to May 21. That means you can enter your own charm design for a chance {Read full article}

Philadelphia Science Festival 2014

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Philadelphia Science Festival

Philadelphia Science Festival The 4th Annual Philadelphia Science Festival begins today (Friday, April 25, 2014) and runs through next Saturday, May 3. I’m happy to report that there will be plenty of family-friendly exhibits ready to explore at this year’s Philadelphia Science Festival. And while the Festival may be led by The Franklin Institute, it’s actually a citywide collaboration of more than 100 local partner organizations. In other words, these events aren’t only at the Franklin Institute. You’re going to {Read full article}

Family Weekend in Philadelphia

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Philadelphia Zoo

Family Weekend in Philadelphia: A 3-day/2-night itinerary Philadelphia is a wonderful place to explore with kids. Whether you’re local and looking to plan a family staycation or whether you’re looking for a fun place to visit with the kids over spring break, there are a ton of fun family-friendly destinations in Philadelphia. And if you’re making it a full weekend, take advantage of the Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package. Book two consecutive nights and your car stays FREE. Friday Credit: Photo {Read full article}

Christmas Activities for Kids

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Christmas Activities

Christmas Activities for Kids Post from monthly contributor Jody Smith Christmas, I think—more than any other time of the year—is a time to slow down and focus on your kids. Play with them, engage them in fun Christmas activities, and most of all, enjoy them. There are tons of Christmas activities you can do with your kids at home that do not require any money or a trip to the store using things that are already have on hand.  Since {Read full article}