Activities in Spring, Texas 77379

There are lots of fun things to do in the Spring Area, check out the following fun activities for children: Chick-Fil-A Come join the fun at Chick-Fil-A family crafts night on Tuesday August 2nd from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. This weekly event is presented by The Learning Experience featuring bubbles the elephant drinking a crafty fun project to do with your kids and create a memory. The Chick-fil-A is located at 5905 FM 2920 Spring, Texas 77388. … [Read more...]

12 Summer Activities That Encourage Kids to Discover and Explore

It’s important for your kid’s brain to take a break during summer, but that doesn’t mean they have to stay inside playing video games and watching TV for 10 hours every day. The summer is a time for exploration. It’s a time of freedom, creativity, and imagination. During the summer, the world is the classroom. There are no books because you’re doing the things you’d normally read about. Here is an activity for each week of the summer that will … [Read more...]

National Geographic Ocean Animals #Giveaway ENDS 8/8

Both books were given to me and my family by National Geographic Kids to use in facilitating our review.  All opinions are ours alone. Summer is the perfect time for trips to the aquarium, beach and the movies on those days that are just too hot to stay outdoors for very long.  Disney Pixar's Finding Dory is one movie that I would love to take my children to go see.  My youngest loves fish and was definitely interested when I showed him … [Read more...]

Sand & Sun At Galveston Beach

Galveston Island is always a great getaway spot for our family.  It is close to home and makes you feel as if you've stepped right into vacation mode.  The beach, the wind, fun gift shops, great restaurants and more!  The cleanliness of the Galveston Beach water is nothing when compared to a Florida Beach, but Galveston is less then two hours away from home.  The boys love playing in the beach, dreaming about catching small sharks off the pier … [Read more...]

Family Activities To Beat The Summer Heat

7 Activities that Help You And You Little One Beat the Summer Heat Every parent knows that summer can be a lot of fun. They also know that summer inevitably comes with children complaining about how hot it is outside. Don't listen to the complaints anymore. Instead, try these seven activities to beat the heat! Go to the Beach/Pool Let's start with the most obvious option to cool off. Put the kids in their bathing suits, pack some … [Read more...]

Baylor University Basketball Camp

This was Travis' first year to attend the Baylor University overnight basketball camp.  It was a great experience for him since he will be selecting colleges before we know it.  He was able to experience dorm life, dorm food and get a feel for their campus.  Baylor is a little over three hours away from our house, just enough distance to be away from home, yet close enough to visit frequently.  Above you can see a photo of the campers on the last … [Read more...]

Discover Our America Educational Monthly Box

I received a Discover Our America monthly box from www.discoverouramerica.com to use in facilitating my review.  All opinions are mine and mine alone. Above you see the image of the box that I received from www.discoverouramerica.com.  It was well packaged and definitely eye catching. Here's a shot from the inside of my Discover Our America monthly box.  It included a Michigan fact book and fun food items from the following Michigan … [Read more...]

Creek Fishing After The Rain

Yesterday it poured down rain, but Bobby still wanted to spend time at the creek with his fishing pole in hopes of catching a few fish.  We got the bug repellent sprayed on him, he grabbed his tackle box and his pole and we headed off to the creek. Sure enough, he caught a few fish with this being the biggest catch of the afternoon!  Bobby was so excited and happy that I had my camera with me to get this picture for him.  He loves to show … [Read more...]

ROBOTS-4-U.com Summer Camp Promo: 55% Off

Have you started lining up summer camps for your kids?  Each year I work on a camp schedule for both of my boys and they look forward to it every year.  My ten year old has already started asking about his camp schedule so I've been looking into new adventures for him and came across the ROBOTS-4-U Summer camps.   This robotics / science camp is for both boys and girls & open to campers from age 7 to 14.  Hands on learning is offered in their … [Read more...]

Digital Media Academy Tech Summer Camp Savings

Summer is almost upon us.  Do you have plans for your children?  Don't let the summertime blues kick in, make sure your children are active and have plans for the summer.  Digital Media Academy Tech Summer Camps accept children from age 6 - 17.  DMA offers programs for their camps that focus on app development, 3D modeling, graphic design, computer programming, filmmaking and more.  Face it, technology is growing quickly and we need to prepare … [Read more...]

School Project: Make A Kazoo

Bobby needed to make an item for school that didn't cost much money and was quick and easy to make.  Today everyone in the class will turn in their homemade items along with the instructions and the class will take a vote on their favorites.  The winning items will be made in bulk in their class and "sold" in a grade-wide sale. Bobby and I thought and thought about what he could do that would be appealing, quick and simple to reproduce.  Thank … [Read more...]

Easy Spring Crafts To Enjoy With Your Kids

Spring is here, and it is the best season for crafting.  After all, who doesn’t love cheerful pastels, fresh blooms and adorable little bunnies?  This year, add some extra excitement to your springtime crafting sessions by getting your kids involved.  Creating beautiful spring décor is a great way to teach your kids some crafting skills while bonding as a family.  From festive door decorations to awesome egg art, here are the top craft projects … [Read more...]

2016 Houston Rodeo Fun

Last week was Summer Break and we went to the Houston Rodeo for the day to check out the shopping, the rodeo and the Georgia Florida Line concert.  Check out the photo above, this is one of the stands that we saw on our way into the festivities.  Each year I think about this, but I have yet to try anything.  If you were to get something from this Fried A Fair stand, which would you get? How about this?  How many footballs would guess this … [Read more...]

It’s Spring Break This Week

Has Spring Break hit your house yet?  It's in full swing over here at our house.  We've played at several parks, swam in the pool, hit the video games, played basketball, washed cars, watched movies and just enjoyed the time away from school. Yes, the water was cold, but the boys were excited about the warm Texas weather.  So after they had enough of the cold water, they hopped in the hot tub to warm up a bit.  Thank goodness the previous … [Read more...]

Sign Up: Digital Media Summer Camp

My boys would both have a great time at a Digital Media Academy summer camp!  Right now our family is getting started on a new adventure in the car wash business and we are getting ready to order the pay stations.  Before the pay stations can be set up, there are many options to choose from and one of them is the option to include your own videos for the customer for them to view during the check out process.  There are several videos that need … [Read more...]

Younger Kids And Cell Phones

Is it OK to Let Younger Kids have a Cell Phone? The following post was sent over through email, what is your opinion of this content? Cell phones are everywhere. These days, just about everyone and their great grandma has a smartphone tucked away in a pocket or bag. As adults, we spend a huge amount of time on our cell phones: chatting to friends, checking email, or playing online games, so it is not surprising that kids want the same … [Read more...]