This corn craft is fun and easy enough for the youngest of crafters. Perfect for summer or fall when you’re […]
Create apples that look good enough to eat using tissue paper and liquid starch. This is a great use for […]
Make your own version of a stick game popular with Native American tribes across the Southwest. It’s fun to make […]
Next time your child needs to dress for Toga Day, forget using a bedsheet. This method is much faster, more […]
Discover how helicopters work with this fun, easy, and inexpensive science experiment. All you need are paper, scissors, and paperclips!
Turn an ordinary cake into something extra-special by hiding money in the cake! An easy way to make a celebration […]
After painting a room, put the unused paint chips to good use by making cards. Try a simple birthday candle […]
Turn empty cardboard tubes into these adorable flowers and cacti. Inexpensive, easy, and fun!
Create a beautiful desert sunset scene. This project is inexpensive, easy, and requires only basic craft materials.
Create a textured cactus using a variety of craft materials. A fun activity to accompany a study of deserts.
Make a beautiful mosaic using leftover paint chips. The project is just as nice when you use cardstock, patterned paper, […]
Turn an empty cardboard tube into a comfy home for a cute squirrel. Fun for pretend play!
This popcorn relay race requires fancy footwork! Each person can make their own shoe cups or they can be made […]
Turn leftover paint chips into cute little boxes. This project is suitable for older children, as it requires the use […]
Add pony bead eyes to clam shells to make these critters. Perch them on driftwood for a really cute display.
Make this easy craft before leaving for a camping trip, or even on the way to your destination. After dark, […]
Introduce your child to five different art materials by making these beautiful sunflowers. Each portion is colored with a different […]
This standing elephant is made from a single sheet of construction paper. A fun and easy craft for school-age children.
Explore the concept of camouflage by making background patterns and clay creatures. A wonderful activity for the classroom, Scouts, or […]
Turn empty clamshells into a fun clam couple! You can use any materials you have on hand to decorate them, […]
These adorable little graduation favors are so easy to make. Personalize them to match the school colors by changing out […]
Celebrate a special graduate with these yummy caps. They are so easy to make and add a fun touch to […]
Preschool and kindergarten graduates will love making paper plate versions of themselves. A wonderful keepsake for parents to remember this […]
Use bubble wrap to create a pretty mandala. This easy craft uses minimal supplies and is perfect for travel.
Basic watercolor paints seem fresh when you move beyond the brush and try something new – eye droppers! Fun for […]
Make a stunning mixed-media piece, inspired by Van Gogh’s sunflowers. This project is not difficult, but requires multiple days of […]
It’s hard to resist the appeal of putt-ering around the yard on a beautiful day. All it takes to get […]
Help your preschooler or kindergartener make their own graduation cap. A fun way to celebrate a special milestone and also […]
Turn a leftover paint chip into adorable ombre earrings. It couldn’t be easier!
Kids will have so much fun taping a fence, painting the background, and creating cute little sheep. A wonderful project […]