Daily Dish - Let the Kids Customize Their Table

Filed under: Holidays

Looking for a way to make the kids' table more fun and keep little ones out from underfoot? Here's an idea.crayons

Cover your entire kids' table with a piece of white butcher paper, and throw on a couple boxes of crayons. Your little guests can either work together to create a whole-table masterpiece, or carve out their own space by drawing on a personalized placemat.

When dinner's over, the still-decorated table can double as a place for kids to play games or put together a puzzle. Best of all, clean up's a snap -- just pull the paper off and throw it into your recycling bin.

This week on DailyDish, we're talking about Thanksgiving. Come back daily for a new tip!
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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