pretty sunflowers made from newspaper, coffee filters and several items from your yard.
Using your child’s foot, some paint and paper scraps, you can make this adorable witch this Halloween!
This Halloween make this super easy and adorable Frankenstein monster pudding cups. Great for a Halloween party.
Make Jack O’Lanterns from pizza dough and pepperonis. Frozen pizzas or premade pizza doughs would work great for this as…
How cute is this?! This sweet alien is flying around in an unidentified flying object that your kids can make.
This cute barn craft would be a great activity for a farm themed birthday party.
These clever tablecloth clips will be your new picnic favorites.
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.