Mandy Schreiber

Mandy Schreiber

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Build a Simple Shadow Puppet Theater

Build a Simple Shadow Puppet Theater EASY shadow puppets -- great for when the power goes out! What are your favorite open-ended play ideas for the kids? the-parent-water-cooler

42. And When They Grow up, Teach Them How to be Resourceful:

Kid's Craft Table From A Crib My daughter would love this! Turn an old crib into something useful like a craft table by simply removing one side, painting the “table top” with chalk board paint, and installing a few hooks for supplies.

41. Collect all the Spread Around Glitter By Using a Lint Roller

Clean up beads and glitter with a lint roller. 26 Clever And Inexpensive Crafting Hacks

40. Invent an Interesting Way to Get Things Done Around The House

If you think parenting is tough, these tips are just the thing for you. These amazing tricks and tips will make your parenting life a lot easier and even fun.

39. Install a Baby-gate Using Heavy-duty Cable Ties Instead of Nailing into the Banister.

How to install a baby gate without drilling into the wooden stair banisters. Cut a couple of to the height of the banister, paint,and secure with heavy zip ties. Then just add the baby gate hardware to the new piece of wood.

37. Prevent Your Children From Falling Off Their Beds with This Simple Trick

For kids who fall out of bed, use a pool noodle underneath the fitted sheet. Great idea for overnight stay at grandma's house too!

35. Make an Incredibly Easy Play Fort with a Box Fan.

Ok a couple of these parenting hacks need to seriously happen- Use a box fan to make your kid's bed fort a dome of fun.

34. Keep Your Kids Organized By This Simple Idea

Delightful Order: Children's Homework Message Center - I like each child having a hook for backpack, bus pass, jacket, etc and their own place for papers relating to them

32. Splinters Can be so Painful. This Will Make it Better:

How to remove a splinter? Need to remember this for KIDS.Remove a splinter easily by applying a paste of baking soda and water, then waiting several minutes for the splinter to pop out of the skin.