The Sand Bucket List

The Sand Bucket List

366 Things to Do With your Kids Before They Grow up

Book - 2012
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Baker & Taylor
Describes hundreds of things that parents can do with their children, including building a fort in the dining room, making a lemonade stand, playing in the rain, writing and publishing a book together, planning an all-chocolate dinner, turning the home into a haunted house and more.

Perseus Publishing
Kids grow up in the blink of an eye, so before they do, take advantage of every moment with 366 ideas for making unforgettable family memories—from deciding where to go on vacation by throwing a dart at a map to leading the conga line at a wedding or jumping into a swimming pool with your clothes on. Whether it’s simple (have an indoor picnic), silly (take a family portrait where everyone is wearing Groucho glasses), selfless (pay the entrance fee for the stranger in line behind you) or an aspiration (shake hands with the President of the United States), The Sand Bucket List is the ultimate handbook for re-imagining quality time and creating magical shared experiences as you go.


Baker
& Taylor

Describes hundreds of things that parents can do with their children, including building a fort in the dining room, making a lemonade stand, planning an all-chocolate dinner, and turning the home into a haunted house.

Publisher: Philadelphia, PA : Running Press, c2012
ISBN: 9780762442614
0762442611
Characteristics: 126 p. : col. ill. ; 16 cm
Additional Contributors: Kummerow, Tim

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