Old-school super soakers: Another game she suggests is hanging a hula hoop from a sturdy tree branch and letting kids throw water balloons through the hoop. “There are balls made for use in the pool that you can soak in water before throwing. Throw them through the hoop. The kids who catch them get wet, get to play in water without being in a pool, so it’s a safe activity for little kids.” 4. Circle the wagons: Ask parents to bring their children’s favorite transportation — bikes, trikes, wagons or scooters. Provide red, white and blue craft materials for kids to decorate their wheels, then have a parade to show off their creativity. 5. Designate kid zones: For children, seating should be low to the ground or on blankets to avoid spills out of adult-sized chairs, Clements says. This will prevent mom and dad from having to help them up and down repeatedly and will also ensure there is plenty of space at the adults’ table.
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Word of God Champions over New Hampton 58 to 53. Photo by CHRIS BAIRD E-mail Story The HighSchoolOT.com Holiday Invitational brings in top high school basketball talent every year, and on Thursday night a few past players advanced their careers to the NBA. Three Holiday Invitational alumni were selected in the NBA Draft on Thursday, and all three went in the first 14 picks. The three selected players were Nik Stauskas, Noah Vonleh and T.J. Warren. Stauskas (Michigan) was selected eighth overall by the Sacramento Kings. He came to the Holiday Invitational in 2011 with Southborough (Mass.) St. Mark’s. Stauskas earned all-tournament honors as he helped his team to a fifth place finish in the tournament.
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Please enter a valid phone number. Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done The 36 biggest games coming to the Xbox One this holiday season By Jacob Siegal June 26, 2014 6:00 PM 0 shares View photo The 36 biggest games coming to the Xbox One this holiday season Xbox One owners have a lot left to look forward to in 2014.As was showcased at Microsofts press conference during E3 , the Xbox One has a substantial lineup of games coming throughout the rest of the year, from blockbusters like Sunset Overdrive, Forza Horizon 2 and Halo: The Master Chief Collection to potential indie hits Ori and the Blind Forest and Project Spark. The team has taken to theXbox Wire to discuss the huge lineup. Beyond the nine exclusives (a few of which arent quite full releases), Microsoft has a strong third-party lineup as well, including the requisite yearly installments of Assassins Creed, Call of Duty and the EA Sports games.There are a surprising amount of new IPs as well on the list: Bungies massively multiplayer shooter Destiny, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, Evolve and The Evil Within are all poised to light up both the Xbox One and PS4 sales charts this holiday season. The full listof huge releases for the Xbox One follows below.
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