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Discover a whole host of fancy and fabulous party tips and recipes, seasonal craft and activity ideas, and reading-readiness suggestions from the folks who bring you Fancy Nancy!

How to Ease Separation Anxiety in Children

It’s normal for young children to experience separation anxiety. Whether they’re hesitant to leave you or attached to a favorite blanket/stuffed animal, kids find comfort in the familiar. There are things they’ll never outgrow (like you!) but as they enter school, they may be faced with situations in which they’ll have to leave a beloved stuffy, or toy, behind. Read More

How to Have the Best Sleepover Ever, According to Fancy Nancy

One thing that Fancy Nancy adores is sleepovers! She had so much fun when Bree slept over at her house, she considers herself something of an expert. In Fancy Nancy: Saturday Night Sleepover, Nancy’s parents win a vacation, so Nancy and JoJo get to sleep over at their neighbor’s home, Mrs. Devine’s. JoJo is a little nervous to sleep at someone else’s house, but luckily Nancy is happy to help prepare her little sister. The big night arrives, and JoJo and Nancy have a blast, but when it’s time for bed, it turns out Nancy wasn’t as prepared as she thought. Despite her nerves, Nancy realizes there is nothing better than a sister to make you feel better. Whether your child is a little nervous about a sleepover or jumping with excitement, here are a few tips to help your child have the best sleepover ever:

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How to Make a Very Fancy Fairy Garden

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How to Make a Fancy Nancy Costume

When my daughter was little, she absolutely loved Fancy Nancy and dressing up in a Fancy Nancy costume. Her friends would come over on weekends and after school, and they would raid my wardrobe looking for the highest shoes and most sparkly bags. They would dig into my makeup bag and style their hair as fancy as they could. It was so much fun watching them transform themselves and put on the most fantastique runway shows.

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How Fancy Nancy Can Make Chores Fun for Kids

Ooh la la! It’s fantastique when kids want to help out with chores. Having your kids contribute to household chores has beacoup de benefits (that’s fancy for a lot). It teaches them life skills, work ethic, and also the value of teamwork!  We’ve taken a lesson from everyone’s favorite fancy girl, Fancy Nancy, and put together a few ideas that you can use for how to make chores fun for kids. They’ll go from ordinary to extraordinaire! The best part is that many hands make light work, so you will be done tout de suite and be able to put your feet up and eat bonbons. C’est magnifique!Read More

Springtime Activities with Fancy Nancy

Ah spring! The weather is warm, the birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, and we want nothing more than to spend all of our time outdoors! Lucky for you, Fancy Nancy has a plethora of springtime activities that are perfect for both sunny days and rainy days stuck inside. Get ready to put a little spring in your step!

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DIY: A Fancy Nancy Valentine

Oh la la! It’s almost Valentine’s Day! It’s no secret that Fancy Nancy loves this February holiday. It’s the perfect excuse to give a valentine and maybe even get a surprise from a special admirer.

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How to Host Your Own Fancy Fashion Show!

If there’s one thing Fancy Nancy enjoys, it’s a fashion show!  Here’s how to host a fashion show of your very own, with some help from Fancy Nancy!Read More

How to Throw a Fancy Nancy Birthday Party

Birthday parties only come around once a year, so they provide the perfect excuse to host a soirée that is très fancy. Even Martha Stewart is on board with a Fancy Nancy birthday party. You can check out her video for some chic suggestions, and read on for more ideas that will make all of your guests say “ooh la la!” Read More

Holiday Recipes You Can Make With Your Kids

There’s nothing more fun to make—and more fun to eat!—than a holiday bark or brittle. These recipes are super-simple, and even the youngest kids can take part by breaking apart the hardened brittle. Plus, they all keep well, which means you can cook them in advance, making holiday preparation even easier.Read More