According to child development experts, completing crafts helps to build a child’s fine motor skills and dexterity. Not only do your children benefit developmentally from crafting, but the process provides ample bonding time for you as a family. If you are a sewer, there’s little doubt that you have at least a yard of fabric lying around the house that you’ve been wondering what to do with. Whether you’re trying to empty your stash of scraps, have old clothes to get rid of, or are ready to take the kids shopping to pick out their own material, here are 10 great fabric projects to complete with the kids.Pin It
by Sara Connors
If you or someone in your family is allergic to animals, then you know how hard it is for your family to enjoy their favorite pets while also trying to live with pet allergies.
People who are allergic to pets are actually allergic to the dander that the animal sheds, which is a combination of the animal’s hair and dead skin cells. This dander manages to creep into every nook and cranny of your home. With some protective measures, people with mild pet allergies may still be able to co-exist with the family pet without having a major allergic reaction or asthma attack.Pin It
by Jason Benton
Technology has revolutionized the way people communicate, access information and work. And after how far technology has taken us, the next logical question is how it will shape the world of the future. But given the choice, most people would rather forgo the lofty pontificating and find out how technology can get them discounts on stuff. That’s where mobile apps come in.
For years, Apple had the market cornered with mobile apps, and indeed their flagship provider – the App Store – doesn’t show any sign of waning in popularity. But Android is catching up on the mobile app front, and users of these devices have their pick from an extensive library that features apps in all genres – including coupons and savings.Pin It
by Sally Caruthers
Children love dirt! They find dirt in even the cleanest environment. You can clean all day and still find dirt and germs in your child’s room or on their toys. As parents, you want to protect your children from germs that make them sick. Watching children suffer from illness remains one of the hardest aspects of parenting. Yet germs can be good for your kids.