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Here are some pocket-friendly and free activities to burn your kiddo's energy.
You can do crafts, baking, or other activities at home that relate to your theme. If you are doing a theme of "Our Natural World," you can go on a hunt around your neighborhood of plants and animals. 
As a toddler mom, I love a good playdate. Toddlers crave interaction and stimulation. Parents of toddlers need camaraderie and solidarity.
Summer days are upon us, and you and I both know what that means, mama. Our kids have ultimate free time (and that makes us busier than ever)! But don't sweat it. We at Fort Worth Moms have got you covered with the official "2022 Guide to VBS in the Fort Worth Area."  
Many cities in the United States hold Cinco de Mayo festivities that include celebratory parades. Get in on the fun and build your own mini float using a shoebox.
In order to truly appreciate nature, you have to be still and reflect. Teaching a child to do that is not the easiest.
With planned activities, delicious meals, and counselors to lean on, campers become kids again. It is an encouraging place for campers to relax and grow at their own pace.

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A Guide to Pools, Splash Pads, and Water Parks in the...

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Summertime is HOT in Texas, so staying cool is a must. Head to your local splash pad — or find a new one in this guide to pools, splash pads, and water parks in Tarrant County.