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Dec 6, 2016 at 17:09 o\clock

How find Simple Face Painting Patterns For Kids

Accompanied by my two daughters, Calli, nine-years-old and Kim Han, seven, we started our "kidcation" with some back to school shopping at Settlers' Green. With an Old Navy coupon in hand, and the 40 percent off sale, I was able to find three outfits for each of them for under $75.00. Another good omen, I thought. We then headed for the Chowder House, to try one of those $7.95 lobster rolls. Well worth it, I concluded.

I had conversation with a family from Clinton, NJ ahead of us on the golf course. They were so impressed with their first visit to Mt Washington Valley. "Before we came here, we didn't' know what words or ideas to associate with New Hampshire. We think "scenic beauty" is the best way to describe this region", claimed the wife-and-mother, in this family of six. The husband/father also shared that they were awed by the affordability of Mt Washington Valley. "A trip for our family to the Jersey Shore would have cost more than twice this much!" he exclaimed.



Start giving to your customers before they start buying from you. Most businesses do this the opposite way round and only start providing value once their customer has parted with their money. You need to do the reverse. Start building a relationship and offer your customer something of value well before they actually become one of your customers, and believe me your customers will come looking for you and your great reputation!

An important factor that should always be considered is that not any available paint or material can be applied on the face of the kids. Paints having the label of non-toxic are not meant for the sensitive skin of children, as they cause allergies and redness on skin. Paints should be chosen that are only meant for face painting. Paints available in pots or crayon form must be used for face-painting. Kids should be wearing old t-shirts so that they may not worry about spoilage of clothes. Paint should not be applied near eyes.

Give them chores - Think of camping with kids as early "survival training". Allow them to help you collecting firewood and preparing the fire place. Take them to collect mushrooms or berries. Involving them in camp chores makes them feel important and can be a fun game and family time.

The Carrollton Public Library offers books for treats from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 31. Children 12 and under who appear in costume may select a free book until supplies run out.

Calli and Kim Han spent the afternoon poolside, while I took advantage of the wi-fi signal. The girls made quick friends with other children at the Lodge then went head-to-head in a rousing game of Battleship in the living room. I really enjoyed learning that Cranmore Mountain Lodge is a member of NH Sustainable Lodging, and has fully embraced an active recycling and reuse program. Throughout the inn, chem-free cleaners are used, and while AC is available, windows in rooms open to allow breezes making AC unnecessary. Partnership programs with local businesses help to remind guests to shop and dine locally and travel lightly. I like that.

Another craft idea is to make a milk jug helmet. With the jug flipped upside down and handle facing you so that you can see the "nose" and "eyes". Simply cut off the bottom, just below the handle, and remove some of the back of the jug around the bottom, so that your child's head will fit through.

Youngsters just love getting a tiger's face painted over their own and they are great all year round, including at Halloween. You will need a few more colours this time, such as orange, black and white, but the painting set you buy will include all you need. This design is a bit more difficult than the first three mentioned but the effect looks really good and kids love to be a tiger for the night. Again the detailing is what counts.

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