Tinkering with toys is a fun way to sneak in some math and science while spending time with kids. Learn to make these cute and easy balloon cars which make great holiday gifts, or toys that your kids can donate to charity.

So THAT’S the story of Christmas…

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Please with cheese! Feed your family with this simply delicious and fabulously festive red and green holiday cheese plate.

For the full recipe and not just this appe-teaser, click here: http://www.pbs.org/parents/kitchenexplorers/2011/12/19/pesto-goat-cheese-and-cranberry-topped-brie/

Please with cheese! Feed your family with this simply delicious and fabulously festive red and green holiday cheese plate.

For the full recipe and not just this appe-teaser, click here: http://www.pbs.org/parents/kitchenexplorers/2011/12/19/pesto-goat-cheese-and-cranberry-topped-brie/

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Whether you prefer Rudolph the red-nosed rice ball or Frosty the snow-pan-fried chicken, get your Santa claws on these awesome holiday inspired bento lunch ideas!

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It’s that time of year again. And by “that time,” I mean the time that comes after the sufficient “Thanksgiving-pause” (5 days) in which posting about the winter holidays is not only appropriate, but encouraged.

That being said, those 5 days really took a toll on me. I suffered silently while others posted all the awkward pictures of family Christmases and holiday cards they could find. Therefore, this entry will have to span two full posts, or as I like to call it, double trouble.

Click the pics for some Seasons “Greetings…”

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