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Jennifer Durbin on March Madness: Family Style

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Are you ready for the Madness of March? Brackets, bubble teams, Cinderella stories, and spending countless hours in front of the TV(s) for much of the weekend - what could be better?

For all of you Tar Heel, Blue Devil and Wolfpack fans who are dying to watch all of the NCAA tournament games and wondering how you are going to keep your little ones occupied, Jennifer Durbin professional event designer and author of Party Planning Tips for the Clueless Chick has everything you need!

Entertaining your Little Basketball Fans during March Madness :

  • Design personalized basketball coloring books on Twistynoodle.com
  • Create your own Mascot Match game by printing your favorite mascot and school logo on cardstock and let the little ones put the puzzle pieces together.
  • Create your own game of Mascot Memory by printing your favorite mascot or school logo on cardstock.  Let the kids play endless rounds of Mascot Memory.
  • Make a DIY mini basketball hoop for you youngest (or oldest!) guests to play H-O-R-S-E with a ping-pong ball or practice golf ball.
  • Print a fun, and free, basketball word search from Birthdayinabox.com.
  • Let your little ones create their own brackets so they can follow along with you all weekend.  Or, simply print a few extra copies of your bracket.

You can find all of the nitty gritty how-to details in Jennifer's Carolina Parent blog.

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