5 Cool DIY Water Balloon Launcher Ideas

5 Cool DIY Water Balloon Launcher Ideas

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Summer is almost here, and we couldn’t be more excited! Soon we will be outside swimming in the pool and playing with water balloons. Every year it seems like the kids set out to make the best DIY water balloon launcher to see just how far their water balloon can travel. 

Water Baloon Launchers

Like building catapults at home, water balloon launchers allow the kids to expand their knowledge while having fun. As they design and plan out these launchers, they will use basic physics to determine where their balloon will launch. 

What Supplies are needed to build a water balloon launcher?

When building your water balloon launcher, you will want to have basic supplies on hand. Some of these include:

  • Wood
  • Holder for your water balloon (can be made or even a recycled container)
  • Screws
  • Tape
  • Strong tubing that is stretchy. 

5 Water Baloon Launchers that are a Must Build

DIY Water Balloon Launcher IdeasDIY Water Balloon Launcher Ideas

1. Solo Water balloon launcher

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If you want to make a solo man launcher, this is the one for you! We have been known to build one or two of these during the summer to launch them at the same time!

For this, you will want to get some taller lumber pieces that are 6 feet tall and two 2×6 boards that are 3 feet each. 

Once you have your materials, you will want to take your longer boards and screw or nail them together to create legs so that they will stand up. Then you will take your 3 footboards and attach one to the bottom of the boards (to connect the two front legs), and then about 18 inches from the top, attach the other.

At the top of the launcher, you will tie on tightly (ensure it doesn’t snap off) the surgical tubing to each side. In the middle, you will want to create a holder out of tape with something that you can pull back on. 

Once this is all put together, stand up your launcher and see how far and fast your ballon will go!

2. Tag Team Water Balloon Launcher

Tag Team Water Balloon LauncherTag Team Water Balloon Launcher

If you have friends you want to play with and are short on time or creative capacity, this is the launcher for you! Grab a long stretch tube together, so it creates a circle. Then in the middle, attach a washcloth with tape. 

Once this is added, you can take turns launching it. Have one friend on one side holding the tubing, a friend on the other side, and a friend in the back that will pull back on the launcher. 

Together you will be able to launch balloons all day long. 

The best thing about this one is that it is portable and stores easily. 

3. Catapult Launcher

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Use those catapult-building skills to create one of the best water balloon launchers out there! For this, you will need to create a base for building it. Rember, you are going to want to follow those 6 steps for building a catapult. 

First, you will want to create a plan as to what you are trying to do. 

Next, you will imagine how to build it? How will the catapult work? Will you create forward motion for your balloon launcher by attaching a bungee cord in the front and create some sort of dowel that moves with the launcher? All these are great questions to consider before you start the actual building process. 

The third step is planning it on paper and drawing out what each function will do. 

Once you envision it on paper, it is time to gather supplies and begin the building process. 

Begin building a test model to see how well it works and then make adjusts as needed to create your very own DIY water balloon launcher that will make those balloons soar across the sky, or at least across the yard. 

4. Plastic Funnel Water Balloon Launcher

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We have always had good luck using a funnel to create a fun balloon launcher. 

First, you will want to locate a place in the yard that you can attach the stretchy tubing. You need two points that you can use that are about 3 feet apart, give or take. 

Once you locate this, you will want to take your funnel and drill holes in each side about 3 inches down. These holes need to be big enough that you can lace the tubing through them. When your holes are made, you will take one piece of the tubing and lace it through the hole and secure it into place. You will do this on the other side with the other piece of tubing.

After you have attached the tubing, you will secure one side of the tubing to one of the spots you located in the yard, and you will take the other piece and attach it to the other side. 

Once secure, Add your water balloon into the funnel, pull back, and see how far you can make your water balloon travel! 

5. Simple Wood Catapult

Simple Wood CatapultSimple Wood Catapult
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If you are looking for a simple wood catapult that is small and easy to make, you want to make this with the kids. 

You will want to get a 1×4 that is at least 4 feet long. You will also want to get some scrap 2×4 as well. Go ahead and take your scrap 2x4s and cut them the width of your board. Nail or screw them to the bottom of your 2×4 about 12 to 18 inches from the bottom. (This will create a structure similar to a teeter toter, but with a lot more board on one side. On the opposite side, you will connect a launcher bin. This is great to use a container from the kitchen that food was in. (Think the used food containers that your grandma stores her leftovers in, like Cool Whip bins). You will want to screw this into place. Once screwed into place, place your balloon in the holder and stomp down on the other side. Your water balloon will skyrocket into the sky! 

Do you have a DIY Baloon launcher that you love? Please share with us in the comments how to make it! 

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150 Funny Stupid Questions to Ask Your Kids

150 Funny Stupid Questions to Ask Your Kids

Let’s face it, after a hard, tiring day studying at school, the last thing your kids want is to be asked serious questions. Some may even react as if you’re the Spanish Inquisition!

So, why not lighten up the mood and make them laugh with these stupid questions instead? Apart from being an excellent family activity, these will get kids to open up and relax!

1. What do you think our dog/cat would say if they could talk?

2. What’s your least favorite food?

3. Who would you take to a deserted island with you – me, your mom/dad, gran, grandpa, or brother/sister? And, why?

4. How many cheeseburgers could you eat in one go?

5. Do you think clowns are funny or creepy?

6. What do you want to dress up as for next Halloween?

7. Would you eat ten raw Brussel sprouts for $100?

8. How many hamsters does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

9. Do ants get angry if someone steals their food, too?

10. Which is better – apple juice or orange juice?

11. Do you prefer chocolate ice cream or vanilla ice cream?

12. What would you do if you woke up to a rat nibbling on your toes?

13. If you had to choose between wearing a red clown nose or dying your hair pink, which would you rather do?

14. Would you rather be rich or live until you’re 120 years old?

15. How many kids is too many to have?

16. What is your favorite thing to do when you’ve finished all your homework?

17. If you could have anything for dinner tonight, what would it be?

18. What would your ideal fantasy dessert be if you could create and eat anything?

19. Would you rather eat waffles with cat kibble in them or hot dogs with chocolate sauce on them?

20. How many noodles could you slurp up in 30 seconds?

21. Why do the smallest dogs always bark the most and the loudest?

22. Can you burp the alphabet?

23. Can you wink your eyes separately?

24. Can you pat your head while rubbing your stomach?

25. Can you do a handstand?

26. Do you know how to juggle?

27. Can you whistle a tune?

28. How many skittles can you eat in one go?

29. What sounds do llamas make?

30. How do you know when you’re too full and shouldn’t eat anymore?

31. Which holiday is better – Easter or Christmas?

32. Why do cats hate their toe beans being touched?

33. Would you tickle a sleeping lion’s paws?

34. Why do monkeys scratch their armpits like this?

35. Did the chicken really cross the road, or was it a made-up story?

36. How many sausages are there in a string of sausages?

37. Do you think noodles and cheese make up a healthy, balanced diet?

38. Which is your favorite vegetable to eat and why?

39. What did you have for lunch at school today?

40. Can you guess what mum/dad does at work?

41. What is your most embarrassing memory?

42. What’s the grossest thing – people chewing with their mouth open, picking their nose, or something else?

43. How tall do you think you are going to be when you grow up?

44. Can you make up a random, ridiculous nursery rhyme?

45. What’s the best joke you know?

46. Do you think that your toys wake up at night while you’re sleeping?

47. If you could select one of your toys to speak, which one would it be?

48. Which animal would you prefer to ride – a llama, an ostrich, a horse, or a camel?

49. Do you prefer cats to dogs or dogs over cats?

50. What would you do if you got chased by an angry goose?

51. Which words would you teach your parrot if you had one?

52. Have you ever farted silently in class?

53. Have you ever laughed so hard you cried and could hardly breathe?

54. Would you rather be tickled to death or laugh to death?

55. Do you prefer sweet treats or savory snacks?

56. What would you say to someone if they stole all of your Halloween candy?

57. If you had to stop celebrating one holiday, which would it be – Thanksgiving, Halloween, Christmas, or Easter?

58. Can you drink a whole 18 fl oz milkshake in 10 seconds?

59. Do you think it’s more important to socialize in school or get good grades?

60. Do you want to be famous when you’re older? If so, what for?

61. Would you rather sing once in front of 100 people or eat your veggies every night for the rest of your life?

62. How old do you think kids should be before making their own decisions, like when to go to sleep and what to have for dinner?

63. Would you rather wake up early every morning or stay up late every night?

64. How many kids do you want to have when you’re older?

65. Would you ever get married?

66. Would you rather live in your hometown for the rest of your life or travel around the world?

67. Which top three countries would you travel to if you could?

68. Do you consider yourself an introvert or an extrovert?

69. Which would make a better pet – a baby panda or a tiger cub, and why?

70. Do you prefer hot or cold weather, and why?

71. Would you rather go on holiday to the beach or to a mountainous national park?

72. What makes people happy?

73. What makes people smile?

74. How do you tickle a tortoise?

75. Why is Rudolph’s nose really red?

76. Why do clowns wear funny, colorful make-up?

77. What do you think Santa does during his time off after delivering gifts?

78. Where do you think the Tooth Fairy lives?

79. What makes you laugh the hardest?

80. If you saw an old lady trying to cross the road, would you help her go across it?

81. What would you do if you were out in the park and stepped in dog poop?

82. What is the best dream you’ve ever had?

83. How do you think the Universe started or was created?

84. What do you think is your purpose for being here on Earth?

85. Do you think God has a beard?

86. Which year would you time travel to if you invented your own time machine?

87. Which famous person would you want to spend a day with?

88. Would you rather wrestle a panda or run from a velociraptor?

89. What’s the craziest thing you would do for a million dollars?

90. Would you rather live in a big house in the suburbs or a small apartment in the city?

91. If you could only pick one color of food to eat for the rest of your life, which would it be?

92. What is your favorite smell (cookies, an apple pie baking, flowers, etc.)?

93. What treasures do you think you’d find in a pirate’s treasure chest?

94. Would you rather find a treasure chest full of gold foil-wrapped coins or real gold coins?

95. Which color would you never be caught dead wearing and why?

96. Which animal would you spend a day as, and why?

97. If you could have any superpower for a day, which would it be and why?

98. What is your favorite genre of music?

99. If I give you ten bucks, would you sing your favorite song aloud right now?

100. What do you think our pets dream of when they sleep?

101. Would you hunt rats if you were a cat?

102. How many noodles does it take to fill a human belly?

103. Which is your least favorite chore, and why?

104. Why do you think most cats don’t like to eat vegetables?

105. If you could choose only one TV series to watch for the rest of your life, which would it be?

106. Do vegetables have feelings, too?

107. Would you ever dye your hair green?

108. How many pets do you want to have when you’re older?

109. What makes you sneeze?

110. What is one thing you’ll never eat, and why?

111. What is the most disgusting food you know of that makes you want to gag just thinking of it?

112. How do you tell the time without a watch?

113. Do you think kids should be able to drive cars?

114. If personal spaceships existed in twenty years time, would you buy one?

115. Would you ever travel to the Moon for a holiday if this was possible in the future?

116. Would you leave Earth forever to go and live on Mars?

117. Do you think you would age slower if you lived on another planet?

118. How often do you brush your teeth?

119. Do you think you could catch a chicken in a chicken coop?

120. What weird food would you really like to try, and why?

121. How many horses would it take to pull a pyramid?

122. Do you like older people or think they are scary and strict?

123. What do you think of the neighbors?

124. Would you ever work as a plumber?

125. Do you think it’s possible for humans to ever live in peace?

126. How can you tell a cat and a dog apart if you’re blindfolded?

127. Can you recite all the astrological constellations in order?

128. How often do you think about the meaning of life?

129. Do you go to sleep as soon as you lie down and switch off the lights or lie awake counting sheep?

130. Can you draw a convincing stick man?

131. Can you count backward from 100 in 30 seconds?

132. Which of your friends is the best at maths?

133. Which of your friends is the best football player?

134. Can you tell the difference between a German Frankfurter sausage and an English banger?

135. What do pizza and pasta have in common?

136. Which two countries are the richest, in your opinion?

137. How do you think humans came to write and speak specific languages?

138. Can you spot a storm coming from a mile away? If so, how?

139. Would you ever go and hike an active volcano just for fun?

140. In your opinion, how much money is too much money to have in the bank?

141. Where do you think the Sun goes when it sets on the horizon?

142. Do you think that it would be better if humans traded goods or only used digital currencies?

143. Which cuisine do you think is the best (Italian, Indian, French, Spanish, Mexican, etc.), and why?

144. Can you eat very spicy food – or even a whole chilli?

145. Which of your friends would sweat, turn red, and cry if they ate spicy food?

146. Which is scarier – a thunderstorm or a zombie apocalypse?

147. Which is your least favorite school subject, and why?

148. Do you know how to tie a pretty bow?

149. Which is your favorite toy, and why?

150. Which is your favorite takeaway – McDonald’s or Wendy’s?

Usually, asking stupid questions is frowned upon! However, a few silly, stupid questions can actually be exactly the break kids need from a busy day at school!

How to Build a Catapult for School Project?

How to Build a Catapult for School Project?

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Building a catapult for a school project or for fun does not have to be stressful. Follow these simple directions to build the perfect catapult today! 

Kids loving watching the cause and effect of things. I remember when the kids were little how in awe they were when they learned you could take a plastic spoon place something in the holder and watch it shoot across the room. Of course, I had to remind them that launching chicken nuggets at their brother was not the way to test accuracy and precision. 

As they grew so did their imaginations and the spoon launch then became a thing of the past and they started launching larger things like balloons and basketballs with their homemade catapults. Now, we are not doing to teach you to make those big catapults today, but we will teach you how to build a catapult for a school project!

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What is a catapult?

A catapult was used in ancient times to launch things at the invaders that were attacking. They would launch boulders, spears, and other things that would cause harm to protect their people. Back in the day, this was one of the best weapons that were used in war. 

Since then we have adapted catapults to have fun and launch various objects, but did you know that there is an actual science behind how far an object would go? It’s true the heavier the object or the further back you pull the catapult will determine the trajectory of each object. 

Try these fun catapult projects to try it out on your own! If you are looking for other great project ideas be sure to check out these easy and fun paper crafts for kids as well as these fun space crafts

What can I Launch in my catapult?

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Safety is the number 1 concern when it comes to launching things in your catapult. You never want to use sharp or heavy objects that can hurt someone if it was to hit them by accident. We suggest launching things like

  • Marshmallows
  • Cut up sponges (you can get these wet!)
  • Pom pom balls
  • Cotton balls 
  • Ping Pong balls
  • Crumpled up paper

Steps to Designing a Catapult

Before you begin you will want to evaluate these 6 steps in order to build a catapult. So often we jump right into a project without a direction or plan. 

So first you will want to start with a plan. What are you trying to do?

Once you discover this then it is time to imagine how to do it. Think about it, brainstorm, talk to others to get ideas. 

Step 3 is the planning on paper stage. Draw out your design. Plan the materials that you might need to build the perfect catapult for your school project. 

Next, you will want to gather your supplies, possibly head to the store and then you can build a simple design to see if your idea works. This will not be your final project. This is more like your test model so that you can alter it and make the necessary changes. 

You will want to test your model if multiple objects in the catapult. How well does it launch? Should changes be made? Improve upon this design. 

The final step is to build your final catapult. This time you will want to carefully pay attention that you cut pieces accurately and glue and rubberband just at the right points to ensure your catapult is in perfect working order. 

Building your Catapult

Building your CatapultBuilding your Catapult

You will want to keep in mind that there is no wrong or right way to build a catapult. The materials you use will vary based on your catapult difficulty and your plan that you choose. 

Supply List

Here are some basic supplies you will want to have on hand when building your catapult. 

  • Rubber bands
  • Dowels
  • Pencils (unsharpened)
  • Hot glue gun/ glue sticks
  • Scissors
  • Plastic spoons
  • Craft sticks
  • Clothespin
  • More rubber bands
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Markers
  • Bottle caps (big enough to use as your launcher)
  • Paper
  • Tape (duct tape, masking tape, and scotch tape)

How To Build a Catapult for a School Project

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Craft Stick Catapult- Easy Catapult Idea

In order to create this simple craft stick catapult, you will need rubber bands, a bottle lid, and craft sticks. This is a great catapult for smaller kids to create. 

First, you will want to stack 5 craft sticks on top of each other. You will want to rubber band these on both sides tightly together. 

Take two craft sticks going the opposite direction and place one underneath your sticks and one on top. (this should create a plus sign)

You will then rubber band only one side of these two sticks leaving the other side to be able to bend and move. 

On the top stick on the side opposite the rubber band, you will want to carefully glue your bottle cap. Remember this is where you will put all the things you will launch! 

Place a small object in the bottle cap and give it a launch and see how far it goes! Make adjustments as needed to make this catapult the best yet. 

Observation

Once you create your catapult you will want to observe how it does. 

  • Be sure you try different angles that you pull the arm nack with as well as hard quickly you let go. Try several methods using the same object that you launch. This ensures that you get the most accurate results possible. 
  • Tighten and loosen the rubber bands. Does this make a difference in the launch power?
  • Try different objects. How do heavier items do compared to light items?

Building catapults is a great way to learn about physics even at a very young age. If your kids love STEM activities this is a great way to get them excited about engineering. Make it a fun competition between the kids to see how can design the best catapult. 

What catapult design have you found that works the best? Share in the comments below!

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100 Funny Unanswerable Questions That You Just Can’t Guess!

100 Funny Unanswerable Questions That You Just Can’t Guess!

Can you answer these unanswerable questions? Likely, the answer to this answerable question is, “no!” Though, trying could lead to some pretty profound (or entirely useless) realizations!

From philosophical to astonishing, useless to bizarre, all the way to downright silly, I’ve packed this post with some fun questions that will definitely leave you guessing! 

Plus, regardless of the answer, trying to answer these should make you, the kids, your family, and friends laugh – which is all that really matters after all, right?!

How long is a piece of string?

How many miles did every man on Earth travel in the last ten days?

How many kg’s of potatoes have you eaten in your life?

What day will you die?

How many sausages can the average sausage dog eat?

How did you get here to Earth?

Will you be rich or poor when you’re older?

Why does your head stick out of your t-shirt?

Do fish ever get seasick?

How much wood can a woodchuck chuck?

How many hours are there in the universe?

Which came first – the chicken or the egg?

If God created us, who created God?

How many times did everyone on Earth sneeze today?

In which country did the first man on the planet lay down to sleep? 

Why did the chicken really cross the road?

What are the things and people in our dreams made out of?

If matter doesn’t really mind, then does the mind not matter because it’s partly matter, too?

How many noodles does it take to fill a bowl of noodles?

If thoughts come from the mind, which organ(s) do our feelings come from?

What is your purpose for being on Earth?

How can you learn about something that doesn’t exist?

Can ‘humans levitate?

What happens to our consciousness when we go to sleep?

How much money is there in the world?

If money is made of paper, does it not then actually grow on trees?

What happened to the man who cooked bacon and baked cookies?

Is it better to live without a care for death or live carefully fearing death?

Does the phrase “steal a life” mean to kill something or steal its’ freedom during life?

Can you do a handstand and stand on one leg at the same time?

How deep is the ocean?

Did the moon reflect the sun, or did the sun shine first?

Since many animals don’t have houses, are those animals homeless?

If animals had a Miss Universe beauty contest, would a seahorse or a horse win?

What do the French call French fries?

Why do Belgian people eat fries with mayonnaise?

Why do Germans live in Deutschland, but the Dutch live in Holland?

Can you expect the unexpected if it’s unexpected? If so, is the unexpected then expected, and therefore not unexpected, so actually expectable?

What happens if you bake a no-bake cake?

Do bakers always have buns in the oven?

How can you eat something that’s too salty?

As people get older, do they get bitter like vinegar, tangy like cheese, or sweet like wine?

If a cave caves in, is it no longer a cave?

Does the mind affect the body, or the body affect the mind first?

If insects have no bones, does that mean they have no backbone, either?

According to science, are cats actually liquid?

If you eat ten candy bars, how many candy bars did you have to begin with?

In an alternate universe, if 10 + 10 equals 0, then what does 3 + 4 equal?

If there’s no wrong answer to an unanswerable question, is there no right answer, either?

Are humans still organic if they don’t eat organic food?

How can you make something shrink without removing anything from it?

How can you drink something without eating it?

Can you breathe in and out at the same time?

If your belly is bare, is it barely a belly?

How many peanuts does it take to run a peanut circus?

What size is a drop of water?

How can you measure wisdom, intelligence, and kindness?

How many rats are there in a pack of pack rats?

Can you package a package of packages?

Do dogs wag their tails, or the tails wag the dogs?

How many scales does a fish have?

Can birds be afraid of heights?

How much would the ocean rise by if everyone on the planet went swimming in it at once?

How do lemons live with being so bitter?

Are there other inhabited planets in our universe?

How do jellyfish stand up for themselves if they have no backbone?

Is a fly without wings still called a fly if he can’t fly?

Should ketchup be used as a sweet ice cream topping since tomatoes are really a fruit, not a vegetable?

Why do humans call backstabbers “spineless snakes” when snakes do actually have spines?

Can you guess what color space is?

If we’re related to apes, why didn’t the apes evolve with us, too?

Who invented the first language?

If revenge is sweet and best served cold, is revenge really ice cream in disguise?

If you try not to fail and not to succeed at the same time, do you fail to succeed, fail, or neither fail nor succeed?

Since potatoes are vegetables, do potato fries and chips still count as one of your five a day?

If you sit barely moving in traffic during the busiest time, why is it called “rush hour?”

If grapes are sweet, then why do we call sour grapefruits the same name?

If cats love eating vermin and lizards, how come there is no commercial lizard, mouse, or rat-flavored cat food?

How can you waste time when you’re enjoying yourself doing so?

Are eggs a liquid or a solid?

If you have a smoothie or a soup, aren’t you technically eating and drinking at the same time?

If you take a nap during the day and have a dream, aren’t you technically day-dreaming?

If a coffin comes with a lifetime guarantee, isn’t that technically false advertising?

Do bananas feel embarrassed when you peel them?

If you arrested a one-armed man, how would you handcuff him?

Should someone who resists a rest be arrested?

Why is the phrase “the sky is the limit” inspirational if the sky is only around 12 km tall?

Why is vanilla considered a boring flavor when vanilla pods are actually the stamen of a rare type of orchid?

Why do some people call tall people “string beans” when string beans only measure a few inches tall?

Can you describe an argument as concluding if it finishes, but no conclusions were made?

Why do we say we love fish when we actually mean we love eating fish?

If the truth is different for everyone, then how can it be called the truth?

Why do we call it a TV set when there’s only one thing (a TV)?

Who tastes new dog food to make sure it is “improved-tasting?”

Can the President be cornered when he’s in The Oval Office?

How come it’s illegal to go fast on most roads, yet, it’s not illegal for manufacturers to create cars that go faster than the speed limit?

Do cannibals avoid eating clowns because they taste funny?

Can “The Flash” check himself out if he runs fast enough?

Did Adam and Eve have belly buttons since God created them instead of them being born?

If someone says you’re in denial, do you deny it and keep on swimming in The Nile?

Life doesn’t have to be so serious – sometimes, you need to look at things from a different perspective! Hopefully, these bizarre unanswerable questions have brightened your day!

The Best Prenatal Vitamins to Help With Your Pregnancy

The Best Prenatal Vitamins to Help With Your Pregnancy

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Pregnancy is no easy job! The morning sickness, lethargy, cravings, acid reflux, and body changes can really wreak havoc on us – nevermind the hormones!

Besides this, we moms worry about our health! Are we eating right? Are we getting enough nutrients? What else can we do to keep healthy and give our new baby the best start in life?

There is one thing you can do to boost your nutrition, though! Prenatal supplements help make a difference by providing you with vital vitamins and minerals for development and health.

Here are some of the best prenatal vitamins on the market! Please do remember to consult your doctor and get the go-ahead before you start taking any supplements during pregnancy, though.

In This Post:

  • What is the Best Prenatal Vitamin?
  • The Best Prenatal Vitamins
    • The Best Prenatal Vitamin Gummies
    • The Best Prenatal Vitamin Softgels
    • The Best Prenatal Vitamin Capsules
    • The Best Prenatal Vitamin Tablets
    • The Best Liquid Prenatal Vitamins

What is the Best Prenatal Vitamin?

The best prenatal vitamins are those that offer you the specific minerals and vitamins you need for your pregnancy. There are a variety of types of supplements to choose from, though!

For example, you can choose from liquid, capsule, tablet, soft gel, and even gummy supplements these days! Not all prenatal vitamins are created equal, either.

Some might offer only the basic vitamins and minerals, others, a much more comprehensive range. A pack may also be vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, organic, or non-GMO.

So, do factor this in when comparing prenatal supplements based on price. Additionally, do consider the days of supply in the pack, as the price may vary based on this.

The Best Prenatal Vitamins

Here are some of the top prenatal supplements to take during your pregnancy. I’ve separated these supplements into categories for gummy, soft gel, capsule, tablet, and liquid supplements.

I’ve also included vegan, vegetarian, and allergy-safe options in this list. Plus, all of these options are top-rated by moms around the country!

The Best Prenatal Vitamin Gummies

These yummy gummy prenatal supplements put the joy back into taking your vitamins! Just be sure to hide them from the kids – certain supplements are not safe for kids to eat.

1. Vitafusion PreNatal Adult Gummies

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If the thought of vitamins makes you gag, why not try these delicious prenatal gummies? They even received a Chef’s Best Award in 2018 for their taste!

  • 2 bottles of 90 gummies
  • 90 days supply (2 gummies per day)
  • Natural raspberry and lemonade flavor
  • Folic acid and Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Not vegan or vegetarian
  • Iron and gluten-free

2. Olly The Essential Prenatal Gummy Multivitamin

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These tasty citrus gummies come packed with all the basic vitamins and minerals you need during pregnancy, including zinc, Omega 3, and Folic. 

  • One bottle of 60 gummies (also available in a 3 pack)
  • 30 days supply (2 gummies per day)
  • Natural sweet citrus flavors
  • Natural colors
  • Folic acid and Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Not vegan or vegetarian
  • Iron and gluten-free

3. Garden of Life mykind Organics Prenatal Gummy Vitamins

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These whole food natural berry chews are packed full of only the best organic natural ingredients! Plus, they’re vegan, kosher, and soy, and gluten-free, too!

  • One bottle of 120 gummies
  • 30 days supply (4 gummies per day)
  • Organic berry flavor
  • 9 organic whole fruits in each bottle
  • Folate
  • Vegan, vegetarian, and kosher
  • Omega, iron, soy, and gluten-free

4. Solimo Prenatal Vitamins & DHA Gummies

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If you’re looking for some sweet gummies that will make taking your vitamins easy, consider these! They’re not only as delicious as normal gummies, but also come in at a palatable price.

  • One bottle of 90 gummies
  • 45 day supply (2 gummies per day_
  • Natural orange, lemon, and strawberry flavor
  • Natural colors
  • Folic acid and Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Not vegetarian or vegan
  • Iron and gluten-free

5. SmartyPants Prenatal Formula Daily Gummy Multivitamin

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These easy-to-digest gummies include tons of vital vitamins and minerals, as well as Omega fatty acids. They’re also free from most allergens, such as gluten, soy, nuts, and dairy!

  • One bottle of 120 gummies
  • 30 days supply (4 gummies per day)
  • Strawberry, lemon, orange, and banana flavors
  • No artificial colors, flavors, or GMO’s
  • Folic acid and Omega fatty acids
  • Not vegetarian or vegan
  • Soy, gluten, egg, wheat, shellfish, nut, dairy, and iron-free 

6. SmartyPants Daily Organic Gummy Prenatal Multivitamin

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If you love the SmartyPants gummies but are vegetarian, vegan, or prefer organic foods, these gummies are for you! The Organic range uses plant-sourced ingredients, such as flaxseed oil.

  • One bottle of 120 organic gummies
  • 30 days supply (4 gummies per day)
  • Unflavored
  • No artificial colors, flavors, or GMO’s
  • Folic acid and plant-sourced Omega fatty acids
  • Vegan and vegetarian
  • Soy, preservative, yeast, dairy, wheat, egg, gluten, nut, fish, shellfish, salicylate, preservative, and iron-free

The Best Prenatal Vitamin Softgels

Do you prefer soft-gels over tablets or gummies? If so, consider these popular soft-gel prenatal supplements!

1. One A Day Women’s Prenatal Advanced Complete Multivitamin with Brain Support

One A Day Women’s Prenatal Advanced Complete Multivitamin with Brain SupportOne A Day Women’s Prenatal Advanced Complete Multivitamin with Brain Support

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These comprehensive multivitamins are packed with vitamins and minerals, including iron and choline. Plus, one box of One A Day vitamins will last you up to three months!

  • One box of 90 multivitamin soft-gels and 90 choline tablets
  • 90 days supply (1 soft-gel and one choline tablet per day)
  • No flavor
  • Includes choline tablets for healthy brain development
  • Each soft-gel has up to 100% of your daily RDA of vitamins and minerals
  • Folic, iron, and Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Not vegan or vegetarian
  • Gluten-free

2. One A Day Women’s Prenatal 1 Multivitamin

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If you’re looking for a choline-free alternative to the One A Day Multivitamins above, this soft-gel-only pack is an excellent option! 

  • One box of 30 soft-gels
  • 30 days supply (1 soft-gel per day)
  • No flavor
  • Each soft-gel has up to 100% of your daily RDA of vitamins and minerals
  • Folic acid, iron, and Omega fatty acids
  • Not vegan or vegetarian
  • Gluten-free

3. Nature’s Bounty Healthy Mom Prenatal Dietary Supplement

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This affordable, mega-sized bottle of prenatal supplements is packed with 180 fast-release soft-gels. Plus, each soft-gel has added ginger root extract to fight nausea and vomiting, too!

  • One bottle of 180 soft-gels
  • 90 days supply (2 soft-gels per day)
  • No flavor
  • It contains beneficial ginger root extract
  • Folic acid, iron, and plant-sourced Omega fatty acids
  • Not vegan or vegetarian, contain gelatin
  • Gluten-free

4. NatureMade Prenatal Multi+DHA Capsules

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This bumper pack of multivitamin soft-gels comes in at an excellent price. Plus, the bottle will last you up to half a year!

  • One bottle of 150 soft-gels
  • 150 days supply (1 soft-gel per day)
  • No flavor
  • Suitable for use during conception, too
  • Folic acid, iron, and Omega fatty acids
  • Not vegan or vegetarian
  • Gluten-free

5. Nature’s Way Alive! Prenatal Multivitamin

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These unique strawberry-flavored soft-gels offer up to 100% of your RDA of 15 vitamins and minerals. Plus, each soft-gels contains a Power Blend containing real fruits and veggies, too! 

  • One box of 30 soft-gels
  • 30 days supply (1 soft-gel per day)
  • Strawberry flavored
  • Contains a nutritional Orchard Fruit™ / Garden Veggies™ Power Blend
  • Folic acid and plant-based Omega fatty acids
  • Not vegetarian or vegan
  • Gluten and iron-free

6. Enfamom Prenatal Vitamin & Mineral Supplement

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These soft-gels are perfect for taking at all stages – from pre-pregnancy all the way to post-pregnancy. Each soft-gel is free from any sugar, including artificial sweeteners, too!

  • One bottle of 90 soft-gels
  • 90 days supply (1 soft-gel per day)
  • No flavor
  • Free from sugars, artificial flavors, and sweeteners
  • Folic acid, iron, and Omega fatty acids
  • Not vegan or vegetarian
  • Gluten-free

The Best Prenatal Vitamin Capsules

Are you looking for the best prenatal vitamin capsules available? If so, check out these top-rated prenatal multivitamin options, which come highly recommended by mums all over the country!

1. Pink Stork Total Prenatal Vitamins with DHA and Folic Acid

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These Non-GMO, plant-based capsules contain plenty of vital vitamins and minerals. Plus, they’re safe for vegetarians and most allergy-sufferers to take, too!

  • Available in 60 or 180 capsule bottles
  • 30 or 90 day supply (2 capsules per day)
  • No flavor
  • Non-GMO
  • Folic acid, iron, and plant-based Omega fatty acids
  • Vegetarian
  • Gluten, dairy, soy, nut, and fish-free

2. Garden of Life Vitamin Code Raw Prenatal Multivitamin

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These multivitamins aren’t just your standard supplements. Each capsule contains a whole food, raw, organic fruit, and veggie blend, as well as a unique digestive blend!

  • Available in 90 or 180 capsule bottles
  • 30 or 60 days supply (3 capsules per day)
  • No flavor
  • Contains Raw Organic Fruit and Vegetable Blend & Prenatal Digestive Blend
  • Folate and iron
  • Kosher and vegetarian
  • Omega, gluten, and iron-free (a 2 pack with a DHA supplement is also available)

3. Thorne Research – Basic Prenatal

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These pure capsules may look like all the others. However, Thorne has developed them with baby in mind, using minimal additives in the multivitamin formulation.

  • One bottle of 90 capsules
  • 30 days supply (3 capsules per day)
  • No flavor
  • Suitable for use post-pregnancy and during lactation
  • Iron and folic acid
  • Vegetarian and kosher
  • Omega, additive, soy, dairy, fish, egg, nut, yeast, and gluten-free

The Best Prenatal Vitamin Tablets

Are you on the hunt for the top prenatal supplement tablets on the market? These options are packed full of all the vitamins and minerals baby (and you) need to start off on the right foot!

1. New Chapter Perfect Prenatal Organic Vitamins

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The Perfect Prenatal Multivitamins really are ideal. These natural supplements are vegetarian and contain organic whole foods, herbs, and fermented iron that won’t cause constipation!

  • Available in 96, 196, or 270 tablet bottles
  • 32, 65, or 90 days supply (3 tablets per day)
  • No flavor
  • Fermented for optimal absorption
  • It contains a certified organic vegetable and herb blend
  • Folic acid and fermented iron
  • Vegetarian, non-GMO, and kosher
  • Omega, sugar, and gluten-free

2. NatureMade Prenatal Multi Tablets

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If you’re looking for an affordable prenatal supplement, look no further! This mega-sized bottle is well priced – and it will last you most of your pregnancy, too!

  • One bottle of 250 tablets
  • 250 days supply (1 tablet per day)
  • No flavor
  • No colors or artificial flavors
  • Folic acid and iron
  • Not vegetarian or vegan
  • Omega and iron-free

3. Rainbow Light Prenatal One Vitamins + Superfoods

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These certified clean and raw prenatal supplements aren’t the same as the rest! Apart from the superfood blend, they also contain enzymes, probiotics, and ginger extract to relieve nausea.

  • Available in 90 and 150 tablet bottles
  • 90 or 150 days supply (1 tablet per day)
  • No flavor
  • Contains certified raw, Non-GMO, Organic Rainbow Superfood Blend
  • Contains Enzyme and Probiotic Blend with ginger root extract
  • Iron, choline, and folic acid
  • Vegetarian
  • Omega, milk, nut, wheat, egg, fish, shellfish, and gluten-free

4. Rainbow Light Prenatal Daily Duo

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If you love the Rainbow Light prenatal supplements, but want your intake of Omegas, too, check these out. This tablet multivitamin includes all your vitamins and minerals along with Omegas!

  • One box of 30 tablets and 30 soft-gels
  • 30 days supply (1 tablet and 1 soft-gel per day)
  • No flavor
  • Contains certified raw, Non-GMO, Organic Rainbow Superfood Blend
  • Contains Enzyme and Probiotic Blend with ginger root extract
  • Folic acid, iron, choline, and Omega fatty acids
  • Not vegetarian
  • Gluten and dairy-free

5. Garden of Life mykind Prenatal Multi Wholefood Multivitamin

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Quality vegan supplements can be hard to come by. That’s just one of the reasons why these Garden of Life prenatal supplements are such a gem!

  • Available in 90 and 180 tablet bottles
  • 30 or 60 days supply (3 tablets per day)
  • No flavor
  • It contains a wholesome Organic Food Blend & Stomach Soothing Blend with ginger
  • Folate and iron
  • Vegan and vegetarian
  • Gluten-free, non-GMO

6. MegaFood Baby & Me 2 Prenatal and Postnatal Vitamins

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This verified non-GMO prenatal supplement includes added choline and folic acid for babies’ development. It’s also safe for vegetarians and gluten, dairy, and soy intolerant mums!

  • Available in 60 and 120 tablet bottles
  • 30 or 60 day supply (2 tablets per day)
  • No flavor
  • It can be taken on an empty stomach
  • Folic acid, choline, and iron
  • Vegetarian and certified non-GMO
  • Omega, soy, dairy, glyphosate residue, and gluten-free

The Best Liquid Prenatal Vitamins

Would you prefer to skip the pills, tablets, and capsule supplements entirely? If so, your best bet may be one of these fantastic liquid prenatal multivitamins!

1. Mary Ruth’s Prenatal + Postnatal Liquid Multivitamin

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Mary Ruth’s formula contains a nutritious real whole berry blend. Plus, the liquid comes in an eco-friendly glass bottle, and it is also vegan and non-GMO.

  • One 32 fl oz glass bottle
  • 32 days supply
  • Natural berry flavor
  • It contains a potent Antioxidant Organic Whole Fruit Blend with berries and apple
  • Folate and choline
  • Vegan and non-GMO
  • Iron, Omega, fat, sugar, soy, dairy, and gluten-free

2. Mary Ruth’s Prenatal & Postnatal Liquid Iron

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One downfall of Mary Ruth’s Prenatal + Postnatal Liquid Multivitamin mentioned above is that it contains no iron. 

This is easily remedied with Mary Ruth’s Prenatal & Postnatal Liquid Iron formula, though!

  • One 15.22 fl oz glass bottle
  • 30 days supply
  • Natural berry flavor
  • It can be taken on its own to correct pregnancy-related anemia
  • Iron supplement
  • Vegan and non-GMO
  • Dairy, nut, soy, corn, nightshade, sugar, wheat, and gluten-free

3. Pink Stork Organic Liquid Prenatal Vitamins

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This unique liquid supplement contains a nutritional whole food blend packed with tons of fruits, veggies, herbs, and botanicals. The liquid is also safe for vegetarians and is caffeine-free!

  • One 16 fl oz plastic bottle
  • 32 days supply
  • Fruit flavor
  • Certified organic
  • It contains a nutritious Whole Food Nutrient Blend
  • Folate, choline, and iron
  • Vegetarian and non-GMO
  • Omega, gluten, dairy, fish, soy, and caffeine-free

4. NaturesPlus Source of Life Liquilicious Prenatal Liquid

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This liquid prenatal supplement is proudly 100% made in the USA. Plus, it is fortified with a whole food blend and boasts a high 98% absorption rate!

  • One 30 fl oz plastic bottle
  • 30 days supply
  • Natural tropical fruit flavor
  • Free from artificial colors and preservatives
  • Folic acid, choline, and iron
  • Vegetarian
  • Omega, dairy, egg, fish, and gluten-free

Conclusion:

Exercise and healthy diet is essential during pregnancy. However, no matter your unique pregnancy, one of these prenatal supplements can help you to give your body and baby the best nutrition, too!

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The Complete List of Extracurricular Activities for Kids

The Complete List of Extracurricular Activities for Kids

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As a mom, I am constantly looking for good extracurricular activities for kids after school. Not only are these good for younger kids, but they are especially important for teenagers when they start applying to various colleges. 

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Some might wonder what is an extracurricular activity. This pretty much is another that you do outside of school hours that is not a paying job. 

Below we list many extracurricular activities to help you find one that might be of interest to you! 

You might find yourself scratching your head as to why extracurricular activities matter. 

When it comes to younger kids extracurricular activities help them learn teamwork, leadership, help gain self-confidence, as well as help them stay accretive in some cases. It also helps them to understand different interests that they have. 

When kids get older and start applying to colleges that is when extracurricular activities really matter. Colleges begin to look at the things you do outside the classroom. This helps them to understand who you are as a person and if you were able to keep good grades while doing other things. 

If you have limited extracurricular activities your might be overlooked when getting into college. 

You might be thinking to yourself that you can only handle 1 extracurricular activity, especially if it is something like an intense sport such as football that takes a lot of time. But did you know that colleges like to see at least 8 extracurricular activities on your resume? 

It’s true! But the good news is you don’t have to do them all at once! During your busy season, focus on one or two and then pick up a few more when your schedule is not so intense. 

Colleges place quite a bit of weight on your extracurricular activities that you participate in. The order in which they look at your application is:

  • Grades
  • SAT / ACT scores
  • Extracurricular activities
  • College Essays
  • Recommendations
How to choose the best extracurricular activities for youHow to choose the best extracurricular activities for you

If you are unsure how to pick the right activities for you to do outside of school, use this brainstorming guide to help you narrow down your choices. 

Brainstorm

The first thing you want to do is brainstorm activities that are of interest to you. You can use the complete list at the bottom of this post to help you get started thinking about what you want to do. By doing this you can find things that are of interest to you and that you have a passion for. This makes after-school activities much more fun when it is things you enjoy. 

Research

Take the options from your brainstorming list and research them out. Are these activities available at the school? If not are they available in the community? If you can’t find your deserted activity look to other nearby cities or think about starting your own group.  

Start Participating

Once you have found what you want to do, now is the time to start acting on it! Try all different kinds of fun activities that you have an interest in or you think you might have an interest in. By testing out lots of options you are able to quickly find what you love to do as well as what you don’t like to do.

Narrow your list

Perhaps you started out trying 20 things you thought you might like to do. Now is the time to narrow your list down to the things you love and have an interest in. This allows you to focus and give these groups your all rather than spreading yourself too thin.  

Get More Involved

When you narrow down your list it is time to get more involved in those things! Maybe you volunteer for more projects, become a leader in the group, or mentor others. These extra things make a significant impact on your college applications when you take your activities to the next level. 

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Here is a complete list of extracurricular activities for kids. We have tried to break the list down to help you find just want you are looking for!

Academic

These activities are based on academic interests. These include clubs, teams, arts, and academic competition teams.

Academic Teams

  • Academic Decathlon 
  • Robotics
  • Math League
  • National Spelling Bee
  • Odyssey of the Minds
  • Debate Teams- check out these debate questions

Clubs

  • Architecture Club
  • Engineering 
  • Astronomy
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Economics Club
  • Literature Club
  • Math Club
  • National Honor Society
  • Robotics 
  • Writing Club
  • Psychology
  • Poetry
  • Physics
  • Chess Club
  • Future Farmers of America (FFA)

Art

  • Graphic Design
  • Animation
  • Art
  • Welding
  • Photography
  • Drama
  • Fashion
  • Sculpture
  • Sewing
  • Theatre
  • Ceramics
  • Wordworking

Culture

  • African American Club
  • Sign Language
  • Chinese
  • French
  • Spanish
  • German
  • Latin
  • Russian
  • Native American
  • 4-H
  • Habitat for Humanities
  • Boy Scouts
  • Girl Scouts
  • Key Club
  • PALS
  • Leo Club

Government

  • Student Council
  • Student Government
  • Local government
  • Peer Leadership

Media / Journalism

  • School or local magazine
  • School or local newspaper
  • School or local radio
  • School or local website
  • School yearbook

Military

  • Junior ROTC
  • Civil Air Patrol

Music

  • Learning a new instrument
  • School choir
  • Community choir
  • Church choir 
  • Concert band
  • Marching band
  • Singing lessons 
  • Instrument lessons
  • Jazz band 
  • Orchestra

Religious

  • Church groups
  • Youth groups
  • Missionary work
  • Service missions

Technology

  • Coding
  • Building a website
  • YouTube Channel
  • Social Media

Volunteering

  • Be a mentor
  • Tutor
  • Animal shelter
  • Women’s shelter
  • Church
  • Hospital volunteer
  • Vlunterrn Firefughter
  • Work at local charities

Sports

You probably already know about many sports teams at your school, but there are so many more available in the community as well. Try these ideas.

  • Baseball
  • Softball
  • Basketball
  • Football
  • Weightlifting
  • Cycling
  • Fishing
  • Fencing
  • Dance Team
  • Cheerleading
  • Golf
  • Gymnastics
  • Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Karate
  • Skateboarding
  • Skiing
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Diving
  • Tennis
  • Wrestling
  • Yoga
  • Volleyball
  • Track and Field
  • CrossCountry
  • Waterpolo 

No matter what extracurricular activities you choose you will love the way you feel as you participate with others on teams as you work together. What activities would you add to the list? Share in the comments!

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