Fourth of July means getting together with family and friends. Here are a few ideas for activities to keep little hands busy while they are waiting for the fun and a few recipes we like for the holiday.
Whether you plan to have a cookout in the backyard or a picnic while you wait for the fireworks, watermelon can be a great inspiration for refreshing treats.
This chicken is a Sunday staple at writer Karyn Bowman's house, where cooking together is half the fun. To read more about Sunday family dinners, click here.Get cooking!
Ten minutes to gooey apple pie - and a recipe simple enough for the kids to take charge!Get cooking!
Perfect for a July 4th party or a care package for our troops abroad, this tissue-paper craft has plenty of fanfare.
Planning a block party? Heading out for the local Fourth of July parade? Make some pinwheels to bring along as entertainment for the kiddos.