A great suncatcher made from tissue paper and construction paper. A great fall or Halloween project for little ones.
Wow your kids with these little aquariums in a jar. perfect for a beach party!
Use shimmery glass pebbles to decorate a frame and hold your family photos!
Use styrofoam and paint and a few other supplies to make this super cute froggie.
Arrggh! Make fun pirates using your hand and some paint.
Rice Krispie treats made to look like candy corn! A fun Halloween treat.
Here’s a free plastic canvas pattern that your daughter can use to make headbands for all her dolls!
Your child will delight in playing conductor with this easy-to-make train and track set.
Have some fun in the tub with these homemade soap crayons!
Looking for something fun and tasty to give to your favorite teacher? Bake a batch of these cinnamon sugar cookies…
All eyes will be on you when bite into these creepy looking treats!
These cheesy quesadillas are an easy-to-make after school snack that your kids can whip by themselves or with very little…
Invite the Halloween spirits to dance around your tombstone cups. Ghosts and goblins alike will enjoy these chocolately good treats.
Salt dough is fun to work with and you can make so many different things, including this great football!
A fun way to use up those old CD’s and DVD’s you have lying around. Turn them into sparkly fish!
Make a fun robot for your room! Use Styrofoam and paint along with some embellishments to make this cool creation.
A cute crow for autumn made from paper plates!
These adorable mummies are easy to make and use a recycled juice box from your child’s lunch.
Adorable shirts made using foam stamps and fabric paint. Bright colors for fall look great on the dark background!
How cute are these!? Adorable monsters made from squished homemade kool-aid play dough, wiggle eyes and a few embellishments.
Absolutely beyond cute, these containers are decorated as Halloween characters and filled with homemade play dough. What a great Halloween…
Made from construction paper and children’s handprints, this is a great classroom project or a fun way to greet trick…
This activity helps teach your children not only their numbers, but how to spell their number words as well.
Make a fun football shirt using foam stamps and fabric paint.
Turn marshmallows into edible monsters. These Frankenstein treats are perfect for a Halloween bash.
Big paper footballs that are easy enough for even little ones to make.
Fun football and helmet shaped cookies made from soft gingerbread.
A recycled can and some felt make for a great football pen holder can, also a great gift for Father’s…
Use watercolor paints and a splatter affect to create this fun outer space piece of art.
These scarecrows are a little nutty – they’re cut from an acorn cookie cutter. Whip up a batch of these…
Make different monsters using paper to create this fun Halloween banner.
Who knew there was such a thing as chalkboard fabric! You’ll definitely want to head over and see the boy’s…
These soft, chewy football cookies are perfect for the next school pep rally or a Sunday tailgating party with the…
Don’t worry, you don’t have to be a grown up to sew these fun footballs! Mom will punch some holes…
These little moody pumpkin softies are absolutely adorable! Pull out the felt, embroidery thread and buttons and make a bunch…
Using a simple spiral notebook, you can put together this word activity to help your child learn.