This is super easy. I just used one of our under the bed storage tubs, went to home depot and bought some play sand, and voila you have sand box. Our tub also came with a lid, which is great incase you suddenly get some rain or your sprinklers come on, as you can keep the sand dry, and protected from any neighborhood cats! Also, if you have more than one child, it could be fun to have individual ones for the kiddies, with their own toys/set up in.
HERE for the full instructions.
I made these little tutu's when my eldest daughter was born. I'd seen them online for upwards of $20, but after some research found out that they were really, and I mean REALLY, easy to make. Each tutu ended up costing about $2 each. You can find the tutorial I followed by clicking HERE
Free Printable Chore Charts
Calm Down Jar
Calm Down Jar. It is really easy to make. The goal is that when they are feeling out of control, they shake the jar, then sit and watch the glitter settle in the water. When the glitter settles, they can get up. This one is a really great technique to use in lieu of timeout. Click HERE
Snow Day Activity
Capturing Little Kids Handprint
Love this idea. Click HERE
Cute Things They Say Memory Jar
write down all the cute/funny things your children say and save them in a jar (you could label the jars by the years). awesome. what a gift when they're older!