Turn snack time into an opportunity for learning with Goldfish Graphing. A fun activity to do for Dr. Seuss Day […]
Turn a paper plate and construction paper into an adorable Cat in the Hat. A great way for young children […]
Using a doily or die cut as a reverse stencil, my toddler made these Valentines for his grandparents with finger […]
Go green (like Kermit) with these reusable cup cozies. Instead of using a disposable cardboard liner for your drink, craft […]
Learn how to turn 2 paper plates into a heart-shaped pocket that can be used to collect Valentines.
Make easy monster stick puppets for hours of imaginative play with just a few craft supplies!
Travel time will pass quickly when the kids play with Dr. Seuss themed I-Spy bags. This project is a bit […]
Create a beautiful Quiet Book page featuring a vegetable garden. A wonderful sewing project that isn’t too difficult.
Make a mustache matching game out of felt and magnets. A fun matching activity. Tie it into the Lorax and […]
Make a sock puppet featuring Dr. Seuss’ beloved Fox in Socks. A fun project for Dr. Seuss Day (March 2) […]
Make your own Lego Head storage can from an upcycled corn starch can. It’s fun to create and great for […]
These easy conversation hearts make fun Valentine cards and are great for both boys and girls.
International Polar Bear Day is February 27th, so this is the perfect time to craft with your kids and teach […]
Make Dr. Seuss magnets as a fun matching game for an early reader. A perfect activity for Dr. Seuss Day […]
Get the kids into the Olympic spirit with these flag picks from different countries. Use as a garland or banner […]
Just fill this easy to make craft stick box with some homemade cookies or candy and you have a perfect […]
Add a couple teddy grahams to chocolate drizzled marshmallows and you have a Valentine! Free Printable!
Turn an empty oatmeal container into a hat that looks just like the one the Cat in the Hat wears. […]
Show your team spirit and make this pin that you can wear while you watch the Olympic games.
Make birdseed feeders for the birds around your home with 3 easy ingredients. No peanut butter! A safe alternative for […]
Everyone will love playing this Valentine catch the heart game! It is perfect for classroom parties too.
Valentine’s day fruits with cute messages… fun to make with kids or surprise them by putting these adorable fruits in […]
How about playing an edible game of tic-tac-toe on Valentine’s day?! Super fun and super easy.
Use the printable template to cut Xi, the character that means double happiness. It is perfect for the New Year, […]
The kids will love making this adorable hippo to hold all the Valentines they receive. It all starts with two […]
The kids will have fun making these Coffee Filter Hearts for Valentines Day, and they look great hanging in your […]
Using things you probably already have around the house, create these pretty “stained glass” garlands.
Every kid wants to be a superhero! This tutorial shows you how to make a sturdy superhero cape for your […]
Do you remember Colorforms? You can make your own set with some scrapbook paper and magnetic sheets! Great for keeping […]
This classic craft has been a Valentine staple for many years. A great project for the littles this Valentine’s Day!