While he won’t really being scaring any crows away, he sure will look cute on your porch!
Make this school bus from a recycled egg carton container, some paint, paper and pictures from a magazine. You can…
Here’s a fun idea using yarn and a fork. The result is this cute Halloween spider!
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!
Arrggh! Make fun pirates using your hand and some paint.
Want a festive decoration that won’t clutter up your porch? Try a patch of mini pumpkins small enough to fit…
Have some fun in the tub with these homemade soap crayons!
Celebrate Fall with these paintings! Kids use a unique process to create Birch trees and sponge on leaves.
make cute little monsters with peach pits! This is a great Project for Preschoolers as well as older kids.
Salt dough is fun to work with and you can make so many different things, including this great football!
A fun craft that takes just minutes and looks gorgeous on your Rosh HaShana or fall table.
Take a strawberry, some chocolate melts, watermelon and a toothpick..
A fun way to use up those old CD’s and DVD’s you have lying around. Turn them into sparkly fish!
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.
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…
Easy sparkly apple marshmallow pops for Fall. Perfect for a harvest party!
How to use cookie cutters to make perfect potato stamps.
Create these corn dog centipedes for a Halloween or bug themed party.
Wine cork stamps are a fun way to make adorable cards for the Jewish New Year!
Made from construction paper and children’s handprints, this is a great classroom project or a fun way to greet trick…
A fun and easy sunshine breakfast made from smiling waffles.
This activity helps teach your children not only their numbers, but how to spell their number words as well.
A fun spooky dinner for the kids featured hamburger mummies and ghostly mashed potatoes!
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 fun beach lunch for kids! The beach features a crustless sandwich, blue gelatin poses as water, and it’s all…
Use watercolor paints and a splatter affect to create this fun outer space piece of art.
Don’t worry, you don’t have to be a grown up to sew these fun footballs! Mom will punch some holes…
This fun summertime craft is a great way to create a fun keepsake that will last forever. Make summer vacation…
This is a totally creative and fun project made from a plastic bottle and a plastic grocery bag! Video included.
Here’s a fun and easy way to teach kids (ages 2-6) about their emotions!
This puppet uses a die cut, but could easily be drawn by hand. A cute gingerbread man for Christmas.