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Pinkalicious the Musical - Dallas Children's Theater - The Moms Journal

The Moms Journal is partnering with North Texas Kids Magazine and we’re giving away two family 4-packs of tickets! See giveaway information below!

Fans of all ages will surely need something to balance the sugar rush that is Pinkalicious, The Musical at Dallas Children’s Theater this summer from June 17 to July 17. Fortunately, there is a great green message also contained in the story of healthy living, family, and friendship. As DCT’s #1 all-time box office hit, Pinkalicious, The Muscial promises to provide the perfect pink fix this summer in Dallas!

When Pinkalicious doesn’t heed her parents’ warnings and indulges in too many pink goodies, she has to make some healthy choices to fight off a bad case of Pinkititis. Follow along from the moment she bakes those infamous cupcakes with her mom to the confusion she goes through when some birds, bees, and butterflies mistake her for a real flower at the park! Pinkalicious finally eats a little green food, and her little brother is no longer feels blue, and all kids will learn to show their true colors!

The popular book pops off the stage in this high-energy musical treat that kids will love even more than pink cupcakes! Throughout the show’s run, fans are invited to don their favorite pink attire and join the pinkatastic celebration taking place at DCT this summer. With the pinkest chair borrowed from our friends at Helen Ficalora, displayed prominently in our lobby, to pink cutouts and more, there’ll be loads of memorable Kodak moments.

To purchase tickets, visit www.dct.org or call their box office at 214-740-0051.

Read my review of Pinkalicious, The Muscal at NorthTexasKids.com.

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Super Fun Science for Kids

Super Fun Science for Kids

 

My kids love to work on science experiments so I’m always on the look out for simple kids science projects that we can do at home, using items we have around the house. These science experiments I found look like fun. Remember to provide supervision as needed and keep your kids away from harmful chemicals!

 

Crystal Geodes

Here’s one from Martha Stewart that is actually a great way to decorate eggs for Easter too. It does require some skill because you have to use empty egg shells, but the end result is just gorgeous, isn’t it? This is definitely one we’ll try because my kids, especially, my son is crazy about rocks & minerals. He even collects rocks! Continue reading »