Are you still scratching your head on what to do, how to make most of this Holiday season?by The Kids Craft
Guest Author: Ruchi Gautam.
Halloween is over and now the season of gratitude "Thanksgiving" is around the corner.
Here I am focusing on thanksgiving which as most of you know falls on the fourth Thursday of November and is an official holiday and officially/unofficially ton of fun with family & friends. This day is celebrated as a day of harvest in the United States and Canada. Americans generally believe that their Thanksgiving is modeled on a 1621 harvest feast shared by English colonists of Plymouth and Wampanoag people.
Celebrating Halloween During COVID-19by The Kids Craft
Halloween has a special place in our hearts. With October around the corner I am muddled on how this festival will look during these pandemic times. With all of us supposed to be staying home and practicing social distancing doesn’t mean Halloween is cancelled — it just means...
A Little About The Kids Craft & Myselfby Neha Garg
I'm pleased to welcome you to my new initiative "The Kids Craft" thekidscraft.com, I have set The Kids Craft's objective to be a very simple but very important:
"Our mission is to focus on kids' development while keeping it unique, fun, affordable, & safe."
Read this blog to learn more about my initiative here, and little bit more about myself, values, beliefs!