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I just wanted to thank those of you that took the time to fill out the survey it really helps me to know who is reading and how to tailor posts to what you want to read! I also loved that some of you took the time to comment so I thought I’d share a few (I don’t know who you are because it doesn’t log any info otherwise I’d email you directly)

“I love that you have ideas for bigger boys – not preschoolers! So glad you share your fun!”

“Keep blogging! I find boys are so left out you can always find clothes and activities for girls in abundance but boys come on thats where all the fun is! Helps me find my adventurous side as I was an only girl child growing up.”

“I just LOVE your blog! You’ve not only given me activities for my little guy but lots of information on projects, activities, etc for my 5 and 7 year old girls too! AND…we just drove 27 hours there and 27 hours back from Disney World. Your travel tips came just in time! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!”

Thank YOU all for reading! I love blogging, finding, and coming up with fun things to do with our boys. I wanted to post some newspaper fun today but we’ll do that tomorrow. Today I wanted to share this super fun Virtual Summer Science Camp from Classic Play I posted it on Facebook but thought it deserved a post if you don’t follow on Facebook.

My boys first pick was the Play Dough Circuits

The Cartesian Diver would be fun for younger ones

Be sure to check out the whole list of Summer Science Camp activities and other fun projects from Classic Play

(above photos from Classic Play)

And Play at Home Mom has some really great toddler science fun (science isn’t just for big boys but big boys would probably like these projects too)

Thanks SO much again! This week is newspaper fun, a science project, and back to school fashion

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Allison Waken is a wife, mom of boys and Phoenix, AZ native. She has been creating inspiring content for All for the Boys since 2011. Allison loves travel, movies and spending as much time as possible with her family while she can!


  1. I am bummed that I missed the survey, but I agree with all of the comments. I have been out of town for my grandmother's funeral, so I am just catching up with some of my fav. blogs.

  2. Ooooh! Great list! Thanks for the inclusion 😉 I can't wait to read your newspaper fun post!

  3. Just an idea… perhaps your blog can also serve as an inspiration for your boys to start keeping their own blogs in the future! Not a lot of men blog about their daily lives, as most of them stick to themes and leave the personal stuff out. I think guys also need more activity in the blogosphere.

    Matthew Leanna

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