Free Printable Hanukkah Crafts, Activities

Hanukkah (also spelled Chanukah) is the Jewish Festival of Light. It begins the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, November 27, this year (very early). On the Hebrew lunar calendar it's always the 25th of Kislev. This eight-day feast lands some time late November to early December on the Gregorian calendar. Here are Free Printable Hanukkah Crafts, Kids Activities 

Free Printable Secret Code Patterns, Spy Kits

Remember secret decoder rings? They're coming back. Kids love them! Why not make your own decoder ring. Here are free printable secret code patterns to help. There are decoder wheels, crafts and spy games. I've added a link for a free printable spy kit from Backyardigans at Nick Jr. Perfect for a spy themed kids' birthday party. Or James Bond, Indiana Jones or Doctor Who theme. Or an Egyptian theme--hieroglyphics are just really cool codes. Free Printable Secret Codes for Decoder Rings 

Five Worst Gifts for Women, With Better Alternatives

It's the holiday (or birthday) of your beloved and you did it again, didn't you? You put off shopping too long. Whatever the gift giving holiday, most guys can usually found at the store last-minute, frantically searching. And since you put off shopping so long, you'll be in a hurry and will grab the first thing you see. Guys, we women hate it when you do this. But never fear, I am here to bail you out of your own foolish mess. Here are five gifts ideas that you should avoid with alternate gifts that will always be appreciated.  Five Worst Holiday Gifts and Great Alternative Presents for Women


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