You've got a houseful of people coming over for the big game, or maybe you just want to watch the Super Bowl in peace on Sunday. What to do with the kids?
You might want to get a baby-sitter - or abuela - to help out, but here are some ideas for keeping kids engaged, at least until bedtime.
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• Team flags: Cut 7-by-10-by-10-inch triangles out of construction paper. Get kids to decorate rally flags with markers, glitter and paint. Glue the finished flags to a wooden dowel or hang them up around the room.
Here are some fun ideas to keep the kids interested in the score."I Spy":
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Create your menu based on the locations of the two teams, the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers. The bay cities have some things in common, such as their love of seafood and sweets.Best of both cities: AllRecipes.com Who's crabbier?: Main dish options: DIY some famous cookie treats: Berger cookies It's It