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Three Advices of the day!

First:

Every child knows that Tinkerbell makes part of the "Peter Pan" story, the fact that distinguish her is the little trail of magic dust that she leaves behind. Also, children are those who can understand her language, as in the world of fantasy everything is possible. This character is born from the first laugh of a new-born baby and will be kept alive due to your children's joy when they open a Tinkerbell book with her face on it.



Second:

It's a yucky weekend. The children are whining. You can't send them to the yard to run off energy. So how to keep them amused? Children of all ages love to color, and you could keep a stack of coloring books on the shelf. Alternatively you might get on the computer and with just a quick search find and print off coloring pages to appease each kid! No more sheets? Print off even more! Even you the adult can maybe locate one or two to trip your interest. What superior method to interact with your kiddos than chilling around the craft table passing around the color crayons or markers? Have older youngsters? Select a complex landscape then give them a selection of water colors.



Third advice:

Another idea is to take the cut out characters and add them into a new scene of your making. Get a bigger blank piece of paper and stick them in to make an action packed scene, or as my youngest calls it, "A Party!".