• Valentine’s Day Holiday Information

    Welcome to Amoré on the Net a celebration of Valentine's Day When is Valentine's Day? "LVE!" Happy Valentine's Day! Holidays on the Net is delighted to invite you to join our amorous celebration of the year's most romantic holiday. Get yourself in the Valentine's Day mood by checking out our articles on everything from the origin of Valentine's Day to Valentine's Day celebrations around the world. We even feature China's unique love celebration, in which the Chinese girls spend the evening preparing a feast of fruits and praying for true love. If you like to indulge in a Valentine's Day feast, think chocolate: Creamy,...

Kids’ Activities to Celebrate Administrative Professionals Day

The Wednesday of the last full week of April marks Administrative Professionals Day. How can your child help the administrative pro in their life (whether it’s mom, dad, a family friend or a parent’s administrative assistant) celebrate this special day? Check out these easy Administrative Professionals Day crafts and activities for kids to try out! Crafty Card Go simple and fold a piece of construction paper in half, and then let your little one draw a picture on it. Or, up the creativity factor and try a torn paper collage or a painted portrait. Your child can paint a mini...

Arbor Day Recipes for Kids

It’s almost Arbor Day! Okay, so it may not be as well-known or as celebrated as Christmas or Easter. But, it’s a special day that teaches an amazing lesson. Your child can learn about why trees are so important and what she can do to support her planet. Along with learning about trees, take this day as a time to show your child how useful they can be. These kid-friendly recipes are easy ways to get your child into the kitchen, and spend some quality time together. And, they also use fruits from different trees! No-Bake Apple Pie Instead of...

Earth Day Collage Kids’ Art Activity

Celebrate nature on Earth Day. This holiday provides the perfect opportunity for your young child to learn about the planet and explore what’s right outside of her door. Start with a nature walk. Bring a bag along to collect natural items. Ask your child to look around her and tell you what she sees. Now ask her to specifically pick out the natural things she sees, making comparisons between man-made items (such as street signs or a bike) and things that aren’t (such as flowers and trees). Materials Natural items – leaves, flowers, small twigs, pebbles Cardboard – reuse the...

Everyday Items to Recycle Into Earth Day Art Materials

Help your child to learn about her planet and celebrate Earth Day! April 22nd marks this eco-friendly holiday. If you’ve got a crafty kid, a few recycle and reuse art activities are in order on this special day. But, the Earth-focused fun shouldn’t stop there. Go on a house-wide scavenger hunt, collecting these eco-smart arts and crafts materials. Not only can your child use them on Earth Day itself, but she can use them throughout the year too! Cardboard Tubes Let’s start with which cardboard tube you should look for. Search for tubes that come from clean products/areas. Skip the...

3 Recipes to Use Your Easter Eggs In

You spent an entire afternoon coloring those Easter eggs. They look super-pretty. But, now Easter day is over and you’re stuck with a fridge that’s filled with hardboiled eggs. What can you do with those eggs? Check out these easy holiday recipes that you use on the day of or the day after. And, the kids can even help you with these family-friendly ideas. Keep in mind, only use eggs that have edible colors on them. If you’ve tried a silk dye activity, used paint or used anything else that is toxic, do not eat the eggs. Egg Salad Forget...

Easter Egg Paint Print for Kids

Are you looking for an easy Easter craft for your kids? If you have tons of those plastic eggs sitting around, then your kids can get artsy. With a little bit of paint you can make Easter prints! Your child can use the circle shape from the open part of the egg to make a bunny’s head, a chick’s body or spring flowers. Before getting started, pick out an Easter-themed design idea. Brainstorm possible print painting ideas, asking your child what shapes each is made from. For example, a bunny is a circle with two oval ears. Learning and Development...

Build A Matzah House for Passover

Celebrate Passover with a fun-filled kids’ activity! Think gingerbread house building – Passover style. Instead of sheets of cookies, swap in matzah. Check out the creative ways your kids can build their own “matzah houses” and try out these easy tips. What You’ll Need Obviously, you’ll need matzah. Keep the sheets whole, letting your child break them in half or into pieces for building. You’ll also need something to hold the matzah walls (and roof) together. You can go one of two ways here – sweet or savory. If you chose sweet, frosting, cream cheese or honey will work. If...

Creative Coloring Ideas for Easter Eggs

Those traditional dip and dye Easter eggs are so yesterday. Okay, so the kids still enjoy them. But, there are so many options for coloring these holiday eggs. Before you go with the same old activity, check out these creative choices for coloring your eggs. Jelly Beans Instead of using food coloring, try jelly beans! How can you swap in the candy for the coloring? Choose a few dark or bold colors of candy (reds, blues, purples and dark greens work best). Add a few beans that are all the same color into a cup of water. Repeat to make...

Passover Seder Fun for Kids

The Seder is a major part of the Passover celebration. That said, sitting at the table for what could be hours isn’t always easy for young children. You want to include the little ones in your holiday meal and give them a start in their Jewish education. But, you also don’t want to hear the whines and complaints when they’re forced to sit as the adults leisurely dine. What can you do to make the Passover Seder fun for your children? Check out these kid-friendly holiday meal ideas! The Four Questions Asking the four questions is an important part of...

4 Fun Easter Egg Hunt Ideas

The annual Easter egg hunt is a major hit with your kids. But, they’re getting tired of the same old search and seek game. This year, step up your holiday egg hunt and get creative with it. Check out these ideas for turning the Easter tradition into an awesomely imaginative fun time! The Golden Egg Even though you’re hiding dozens of brightly-colored eggs, only one of them is gold. And, it’s this golden egg that has the best treasure! Cover one plastic Easter egg in gold foil or use gold glitter to decorate the outside. Hide something extra special inside,...