Six Great Things about the Indianapolis Children’s Museum – Day Trip from Louisville

The Indianapolis Children’s Museum is an easy drive up I-65, approximately 2 hours from Louisville. Here are some of the perks and features that make it worth the trip: 1. Free parking! The museum has a parking garage and surface parking that is free! Parking has never been a problem for us when visiting the museum. 2. They offer free […]

It's fun to share:
» Read more

Review of Bake My Day Mommy and Me Cake Decorating Class in Louisville, KY

This post is sponsored by:     The Sunday following Mother’s Day, my (6-yr old) daughter and I participated in a Mommy and Me Decorating Class at Bake My Day. Upon entering the front door, my daughter was immediately drawn to the cute decor, which I have to admit, I thought was rather fashionable myself. Once everyone was seated (*the […]

It's fun to share:
» Read more

Homeschool Options, Classes, and Deals in and around Louisville, KY

In the state of Kentucky, homeschools are considered private schools. Many of the area’s attractions offer the homeschool community discounted programs and admissions like they do for private and public school students. Some businesses and attractions even offer special programs specifically for the homeschool community, adding enriching activities for students outside of the home classroom. Art Programs Whet Your Palette […]

It's fun to share:
» Read more

LouFamFun Early Literacy Ideas for the Spring

Spring Has Sprung! Books to share: Wake up it’s spring by Lisa Ernst, Splish splash spring by Jan Carr, Cold little duck duck duck by Lisa Peters, Are you spring by Caroline Pitcher, Spring song by Barbara Seuling Rhymes: Butterfly, Butterfly Butterfly, butterfly Dancing all around Butterfly, butterfly Now you’re on the ground In a tree so hard to see Now […]

It's fun to share:
» Read more

Top 10 Things to Start Doing Now to Be Healthy – Helpful tips for parents and their children

1. Eat BREAKFAST. I realize mornings can be hectic, and some people may not even be hungry to eat right away after they wake up. But breakfast IS the most important meal of the day. You’ve just fasted (since last night’s dinner) for the last 10-12 hours, it’s time to “break-the-fast.” Your body is primed and ready to get some […]

It's fun to share:
» Read more
1 6 7 8