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FamilyFun

June/July 2018

Every digital issue ( 8 a year) is a wealth of do-able ideas to help you with everything from making a creative sack lunch to planning a birthday party with ease. Look at everything you get ... • Family-favorite recipes that are quick, easy and inexpensive (and win kisses for the cook!) • Fresh ways to turn ordinary activities into extraordinary adventures that kids and grown-ups will enjoy. • Fun, hands-on crafts for Valentine’s Day and homemade goodies for Christmas ... and every special day in between! • Favorite kid-tested, parent-approved vacation ideas ... plus easy ways to preserve your memories for a lifetime. Get all the help and encouragement you need to make every day with your family better than the day before ... say yes to Family Fun now!

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Meredith Corporation
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welcome!

WHEN I WAS GROWING UP, my mom ran a beauty shop out of our basement. Every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, a steady stream of ladies paraded up our driveway for their weekly ’do. And in the summer, you could often find me and my sister perched behind our little table, hawking cups of lemonade. We charged a dime. Or a nickel. Really, we’d take change of any kind. At the time, we were in it to fill our respective piggy banks, but I like to think we’d have broadened our cause if Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) had been around back then. The organization is dedicated to supporting new research into treatments for pediatric cancer, and its mission is quite literally fueled one cup at a time. It encourages families…

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big fun

“Play is the work of childhood.”Posted in May 2017 by @chelsealynphotographyThe BackstoryDuring the summer, we often go to the Norfolk [VA] Botanical Garden. In the children’s garden, there are several fantastic splash pads. One day in May, the weather was mild and comfortable, and we decided to enjoy the spring flowers and play in the water. There were not many people there that evening, so my sons could run around and dare each other to stand in certain spots and put their face in the most powerful streams. This image is really the perfect depiction of my 3-year-old’s personality. He’s bold, daring, vibrant, playful, and so happy. Many of my fondest summer memories have taken place at the gardens, so this image will certainly be a treasure for years to…

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made for the parade

OUR CRAFT BINWe used duct tape, elastic, paint, stamps, stencils, tulle, and Velcro to make these fun wearables.TURN TO PAGE 12 FOR HOW-TO INSTRUCTIONS.PUP TUTUWhat You’ll Need• 1-in.-wide elastic• Adhesive Velcro squares• 2 or 3 spools (25 yds. each) of 6-in.-wide tulle ribbon1. Measure your dog’s waist. Subtract 1 in. and cut a piece of elastic to that size. Add Velcro squares to both of the ends.2. Cut strips of tulle ribbon to a length you like and tie onto the elastic. Dress your pooch!Keep ’em hydrated with a custom carrier that fits any bottle.STAR SHORTSWhat You’ll Need• Acrylic craft paint• Paper plate• Star stamp• Denim or cotton shorts1. Spread paint into a thin layer on the plate. Press the stamp into paint, wipe the edges clean, and stamp onto…

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4 things to do with shells

1. WRITE YOUR NAME (OR A PAL’S)Everyone needs his name on his door, right? (Right!) Glue a canvas sheet (available in the craft-paper section of an art store) to a picture-frame backing. (Save the glass for another project.) Use shells, driftwood, coral, twigs, or dried seaweed (or a combo) to form letters, then glue down.2. RAISE A RAINBOWAdd a dose of happy to the walls! Cut a rainbow shape from cardboard. Divide a stash of shells into three or four piles. Paint each pile a different color. Let dry. Lightly draw arches on the cardboard and paint each the same colors as shells. Glue shells to corresponding colors.3. LEAVE AN IMPRESSIONKids can make their own fossils. Form three medium-size balls of air-dry clay. Roll out into ⅓-inch-thick slabs. Cut out…

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camp on the cheap!

Ice cubes make supercool tie-dye! See page 24.MONrise and shineJumping BeeChallenge the kids to spell out words while they jump rope. Whoever gets the most words without getting tangled wins!field tripNature WalkHave the kids create a wish list of what they hope to discover, and then head out around the neighborhood with magnifying glasses. Take turns examining found items up close. You could also provide small sketchbooks so the kids can draw what they see.instant gameDribbling QueenGive everyone a basketball or a large bouncy ball and designate a dribbling area. Players must stay inside the area and dribble—no standing around! As they bounce the ball, they try to knock everyone else’s ball away with their free hand. When a player’s ball gets knocked outside the designated area, he’s out. The…

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s’mores

BROWNIESSpread half of a batch of brownie batter in an 8x8-inch pan. Cover with graham crackers; top with remaining batter. Bake as directed. Top with mini marshmallows; broil to brown slightly.PUDDING PARFAITSLayer chocolate pudding, broken graham crackers, and mini marshmallows in small containers, repeating the layers twice. Chill for 4 to 6 hours before serving to soften the graham crackers.ENERGY BITESCombine 1 cup oats, ½ cup each peanut butter and graham-cracker crumbs, ⅓ cup honey, and ¼ cup mini chocolate chips. Chill 30 minutes. Shape into balls with a marshmallow inside each.FOOD STYLING BY JOY HOWARD. PROP STYLING BY ANN LEWIS. ■…

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