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Name: Abbie Fioccoprile
City you live in: North Hollywood (Los Angeles)
Age: 22 (Birthday 6/21/94)
Major: B.A. in Theatre Arts - Acting Emphasis (Graduated in May 2015 from California State University, Fullerton)
Favorite Color: Purple!
Favorite fruit: Watermelon! (I could seriously eat this everyday!)
Favorite Book (kids book...
Name: Max Lynd
City you live in: Lake Forest
Favorite Color: Blue
Favorite fruit: Banana
Favorite Book (kids book and adult book): Cat in the Hat, Harry Potter series.
Something interesting about you that people may not know: I graduated with my Associate Degree before I graduated High School.
My daughter and I did this cute snowman craft together the other day. It's great for kids of all ages!
- Popsicle sticks
- Craft Paint (white, black and orange)
- Cardstock / Cardboard
- Elmer's glue or Glue gun (for older children)
- glitter glue/pipe cleaner (optional)
- Ribbon (Optional)
Name: Alli Downey
City you live in: Orange
Favorite Color: Coral
Favorite fruit: White Peaches
Favorite Book: Something Borrowed
Something interesting about you that people may not know: I have been in Musical Theater since I was 3
If you could have dinner with one person, alive or dead, who...
WHAT YOU’LL NEED FOR EACH TURKEY:
- An empty toilet paper tube
- A small paper plate
- A small paper cup (Dixie cup)
- Paint – orange, black and brown
- Googly Eyes (available in craft stores/departments)
- Assorted colored construction paper
- Black markers
- Start by painting the toilet...
People may think that the time after lunch (and if you’re lucky after nap time) is a breeze. Everyone is fed and happy and the afternoon is a mix of strolling in the park and chalking faces with great big smiles. And while...Read more
Gummy bears and popsicles, what’s not to love?! These popsicles are made with only two ingredients and are a refreshing summer treat. The kids will have just as much fun making these as they will eating them!Read more
What you’ll need:
- Popsicle mold
- Lemon-lime soda or white...
Put the kids to work helping with the grocery budget (if they can hold a pair of scissors they can cut coupons). Not only will cutting coupons help develop their motor skills, but it’s also a great lesson in saving money. Plus, with back-to-school just around...Read more
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