Transform an empty cardboard tube into the beloved Horton, from Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who. A great project to […]
Here’s a fun activity to do after reading Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax. Young children practice fine motor skills, counting and […]
Have fun turning your kids head shots into winter projects for all to enjoy.
Did you know Dr. Seuss’ birthday is March 2nd? Give your kids a fun craft to celebrate with by making […]
Print the free frames with a great Dr. Seuss Quote and what the kids have fun coloring and hanging up […]
Create a rainbow from wire and buttons with silver lines felt clouds to hang from your bedroom or playroom ceiling.
4 fun and free pages to print, color and hang to create a vibrant banner, which will hopefully help spring […]
Reuse an old cardboard pencil box, ping pong balls, a mint tin and fabric scraps to make this box of […]
Make your own homemade window clings with just some paint, a pattern if you’d like, and a zipper bag and […]
Can’t hand out homemade treats at school for your child’s birthday? Try this fun and memorable way to celebrate any […]
Whether it’s for St.Patrick’s Day or celebrating spring, this rainbow bracelet is easy and fun to make!
Celebrate Mardi Gras with fun felt masks, easy to make with these free printable templates!
Build your own DIY Leprechaun Trap with items from around your home!
Make these silly monster cups with your kids in a snap. Endless creative options, and they would be perfect for […]
A fun and visual 100 days of school project or a zero maintenance fish bowl your kids will enjoy for […]
This printable train track project is the perfect activity for your kids. Click through and find out how to make […]
Create cute little mini Easter baskets using the cups from an egg carton. They make perfect little treat cups!
Celebrate Mardi Gras this year with this colorful feathery mask for dressing up! This is a wonderful group activity too.
Turn your American Girl into an American Girl doll. This fun costume is perfect for Halloween. It also makes a […]
Printable road maps are fun and inexpensive entertainment for kids. Get step-by-step instructions and a free PDF for the whole […]
I cannot eat them Sam I Am, I cannot eat Green Eggs and Ham! Serve up a fun Dr. Seuss-inspired […]
Upcycle a tin can into a cute “Cat in the Hat” wrapped yarn masterpiece. Add some pom pom decorated pencils […]
This fun and easy project lets you make a cute little park bench using ordinary popsicle / craft sticks. Fun […]
Make a sweet, simple heart clip for your little girl in five minutes flat using this tutorial. Great for any […]
A cute and easy mini jar aquarium that takes minutes to put together and is so fun to display! Make […]
Learn how to make these cute love birds from cardboard tubes and glitter. Tutorial includes step-by-step instructions.
Finger painting and stamping, create a simple art work of the Lorax Trees for Dr. Seuss week!
Make a magical fairy house with lots of simple ideas for making your own furniture, decorations and peg doll fairies.
The first Letter of the Week craft: A is for alligator! A great craft for preschoolers to put together and […]
Learn how to easily dye some carnations with rainbow colors using food coloring.