Juicy Thanksgiving Owls

Want to add more flare to the kids’ table at Thanksgiving? You can decorate Juicy Juice boxes with our cute owl Thanksgiving wrap cut-outs! They not only serve as colorful centerpieces, but they make drinking Juicy Juice even more festive.

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Juice Bottle Bird Feeder

Leftover Juicy Juice® bottles don’t have to go to waste when you can create an adorable and useful craft your kids will love. These do-it-yourself bird feeders are perfect for any outdoor space, big or small. Here’s how you make

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The Power of Storytime

Reading aloud to your child is a priceless family ritual that can offer solace, strength, and joy as well as bring balance to your family’s hectic life. A child is never too young for a shared story. So don’t make

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Back to School Pencil Holder

Celebrate back-to-school time by helping your child make a recycled pencil holder just for his or her homework space. Its alphabet design makes it perfect for students of any age. What you need: An empty cylinder (a breadcrumb container is

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Fall Family Weekends

Autumn can be one of the most beautiful times of the year. Try heading outside with your kids and take advantage of crisp air, vibrant colors and all that October has to offer! Fall is truly one of the best

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What I Did This Summer

Hang onto the spirit of summer with these creative ideas for kids to share their experiences during the school days ahead. Talk is priceless!  Ask your kids about their favorite summer memory, grab a notebook and put their words on

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Book About Dad

WHAT YOU NEED 1 – 2 foot by 4 foot sheet of poster board 1 – 9 inch by 12 inch piece of felt 3 – 9 inch by 12 inch pieces of heavy-duty white construction paper 1-hole punch Fabric

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First Day of School Memory Book

WHAT YOU NEED 1 – 2 foot by 4 foot sheet of poster board 1 – 9 inch by 12 inch piece of felt 3 – 9 inch by 12 inch pieces of heavy-duty white construction paper 1-hole punch Fabric

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Class Act

Flash cards, book reports, backpacks stuffed with assignments. It may seem like your kids have more homework than you ever did. But don’t fret: It helps guarantee your child’s educational success. “Evidence from the National Assessment of Educational Progress shows

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Serve up a Topic for Dinner

How To Do It Introduce these topics to get started or discuss events or interests that are special to your family: What famous person or storybook character would you most like to have dinner with and why? What was your

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