Make your own toddler painted wooden coat rack. A perfect way to keep organized and showcase your toddler’s art work!
Grab some pinecones and craft materials and give your kids the opportunity to make their own fall decorations!
These spooky spiders are easy to make, inexpensive, and completely mess-free… the perfect project for a Halloween party or get-together. […]
Put those fabric scraps to good use by making this Clothesline project. Children start by painting a background, add a […]
Use rimmed paper plates and blocks to create an awesome marble track. Build very simple tracks with younger children. With […]
Make your own version of the classic Mr. Potato Head toy using a real potato and recycled items. Kids will […]
Make and decorate super cute paper ice cream cones. Start with construction paper and add mini pom poms, glitter, stickers, […]
These paper plate sharks are easy to make and suitable for even the youngest of crafters. Each shark is one-of-a-kind […]
Use an old cereal box to make these cardboard glasses! Fun for everyday play or great for a Halloween costume.
A simple felt play scene for fall! Attach felt to a felt board for plenty of imaginative play time. Teach […]
Create stunning works of art with magic marbleizing. Use this quick-and-easy technique along with a favorite photo to create a […]
Turn a paper or foam cup into a spider. Follow the directions to make a cute and friendly version or […]
Learn all about symmetry using natural objects. A great outdoor project for spring, summer or fall.
These protein-packed, sweet and fruity treats are perfect for lunch boxes this school year. Also great for an after school […]
Everyone will love having this paper-plate spider candy holder hanging around! Fun and easy to make.
These bats are adorable and hold a candy surprise inside. Any child would love to make (or receive!) these for […]
This Halloween mummy craft is fun for the youngest of crafters. All you need is construction paper, gauze, and googly […]
Celebrate National Peanut Day on September 13th with yummy no-bake Peanut Butter Haystacks. They’re perfect for little hands to help […]
This “ghoulish snack” makes a great treat for Halloween school snacks or as a kid friendly party favor. Not only […]
Use a cup and mini cupcake liners to create a fun utensil holder. See what our trick is to keep […]
For Halloween this year make these eerie ghosts from yarn and white glue. They are super easy, inexpensive, and fun […]
These homemade beaded hangers make great gifts for new babies! You choose the colors and get the kids busy threading […]
These recycled finger puppets are made of old cereal boxes! A great way to encourage imagination and provide unplugged play.
Reuse an old egg carton and make a whole family of cute bats! These would look great hanging from one […]
Turn plain white satin ribbon into something gorgeous and custom with just a little watercolor paint. Fun for kids of […]
Make cute snails from polymer clay. There are several other snail activities on this post as well, including a recipe […]
Stamps at the store can be pricey… and they can also be a pain to store because they’re so messy. […]
These tiny brooms are a healthy, three-ingredient delight that are sure to sweep your party guests off their feet. These […]
I thought of ways on how to personalize cookies so I did an experiment using my rubber stamps. This is […]
Having trouble getting the kids to bed? These Sleepy Time Bath Bombs will help!