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The Sand Bucket List


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The Sand Bucket List: 366 Things to do With Your Kids Before They Grow UpFor many parents, the hardest part of raising children is watching them grow up too fast. These days, with new technology at kids' fingertips at every turn, it can be difficult to make the most of family time while kids are still young. Parents can be inspired to enjoy every moment of their children's young lives with David Hoffman's new book, The Sand Bucket List: 366 Things to Do With Your Kids Before They Grow Up (Running Press, 2012).

With fun suggestions like turning your home into a haunted house, building a dining room fort, writing and publishing a book together, and even an all-chocolate dinner, this book provides a new idea for every day of the year (even during a Leap Year!).

What would you add to your sand bucket list? Let us know in comments!

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