Macaroni Kid October 6, 2015 – Behind the scenes at NASCAR

Macaroni Kid […] October 6, 2015 The weekly newsletter of activities to entertain, stimulate and exhaust your kids. ## Macaroni Kid Goes to NASCAR Our Contest Winners Go Behind the Scenes with Driver Michael Annett Not only had I never been to a NASCAR race, I’d never even watched one on TV. Sure, I’d surfed past a broadcast on a Saturday afternoon, but sit and watch a race…never. So when Charlotte, our Macaroni Mom in Cedar Rapids, told us all about this exciting young local driver she was working with, Brody Willett, I was skeptical. And when she proposed a grand prize giveaway with NASCAR driver Michael Annett and his team, I was incredulous. Despite knowing nothing about the entire sport, I … Read More […] ## Macaroni Kid Wants to Know: A 3-Minute Reader Survey 16 Questions and a chance to score a $100 gift card Macaroni Kid is designed for you. We strive to deliver content that enriches you and your family. We aim to partner with sponsors you’ll love. We work to be better every day.We need your help to deliver on those goals. Please click HERE to share your quick feedback on 16 questions. We promise it won’t take more than three minutes.If you like, you can also be entered for a chance to score a $100 Visa gift card — that’s enough for at least three Halloween costumes … Read More […] ## Book Deserts and the Devastating Implications for Children in America Snuggling up in PJs and reading books to children at the end of the day is a cherished tradition for millions of parents around the world. This calming, emotionally uplifting routine helps us to feel closer to our children, and them to us. Not only does reading to our kids encourage bonding, but it supports a number of other benefits for a child’s long-term development – it enhances vocabulary and imagination, improves focus and greatly increases the probability of future school success. Stories can teach a child about relationships, emotions … Read More […] ## 10 Best Scary Stories for Kids with Just the Right Amount of Fright From Apples to Zombies These Spooktacular Tales Won’t Give Them Nightmares Remember when getting ready for Halloween meant stories of ghosts and ghouls and unexplained mysteries? Although they may not have been all that terrifying, reading them with a flashlight under the covers on a dark and stormy night certainly added to the spookiness. What better time than Halloween to pass on the tradition of a great spine-tingling story? We found 10 books that are perfect to share when October skies darken and a chill nips at the air. All of these books are on sale for $1.99 each and … Read More […] ## 5 Birthday Party Trends for Kids Pump It Up Sponsored Article My children love to plan parties just as much as I do. My 4 year old has come up with a few very elaborate themes in the past that would wow the socks off of a professional party planner. This year he expects me to throw a jungle-themed party, complete with live snakes, tarantulas and lizards…sure. My daughter favors the finer things in life and has requested a princess-themed tea party with an appearance from Cinderella. Have I mentioned she’s only two years old? It seems these days … Read More […] ## Leaping into Fall with Your Tot Sponsored Crisp autumn air brings pumpkin season, mom’s famous apple pie and loads of fun for you and your tot. Here are some unexpected fall activities: Picture Perfect – With colorful leaves as your backdrop and beautiful fall lighting, autumn is the ideal setting for a family photo shoot. Whether it’s snapping shots while your toddler jumps in the leaves in your backyard or hiring a professional photographer, you’ll capture memories to cherish forever. Let Imagination Run Wild – That’s right! Because fall is all about being cozy, spark … Read More […] ## Rethinking Business and Life with the Power of G.L.U.E. G.L.U.E. is an acronym that stands for: Giving Little Unexpected Extras. It’s the little bit extra done by a business in order to exceed the expectations of its customers. It’s that signature something that goes beyond the transaction. It’s the little tangible thing by the business that demonstrates that you care for the customer. The Origins This concept of giving little unexpected extras isn’t new. Its origin dates back to the early 1800s in a creole word, “lagniappe,” meaning “the additional gift”. It … Read More […] We try to make the information in this newsletter and on the web site as accurate as possible, but event and venue information is subject to change without notice, and we cannot and do not warrant it. Always call your destinations ahead of time to confirm dates, times, locations and admission fees. This message has been sent from Macaroni Kid to Click here to unsubscribe. […]. Macaroni Kid, Inc., 860 Montauk Highway, Unit 8, Water Mill, NY 11976

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