This printable train track project is the perfect activity for your kids. Click through and find out how to make […]
Printable road maps are fun and inexpensive entertainment for kids. Get step-by-step instructions and a free PDF for the whole […]
Learn how to make these cute love birds from cardboard tubes and glitter. Tutorial includes step-by-step instructions.
This 3D miniature card has been made using paper and card stock. It’s very easy to do and super cute!
Finger painting and stamping, create a simple art work of the Lorax Trees for Dr. Seuss week!
The first Letter of the Week craft: A is for alligator! A great craft for preschoolers to put together and […]
Learn how to make these cute fish. Free bowl pattern and coloring page included.
Kids can make their own clown using this free printable, a little crepe paper and crayons. Each one will be […]
This free finger puppet printable is not only fun for your little ones, but will also provide plenty of entertainment […]
Teach children how to keep their pearly whites clean with this dry erase, toothbrushing activity.
These DIY Dr. Seuss themed photo props are easy to make and are great for kids to ham it up […]
Rainy day? Here’s a fun idea to pass the time. Make a silly newspaper shirt!
Masks are a fun part of the Mardi Gras tradition. Make your own sparkly masks with a few basic craft […]
Learn how to easily make and decorate a Chinese ornamental fan. A little paint and paper is all you need!
This adorable penguin will steal your heart. It’s easy to make and requires only construction paper, googly eyes, scissors and […]
Lego fans will love stamping with their favorite bricks to create a scene. Visit the tutorial to learn the secret […]
Celebrate President’s Day by creating a ‘framed’ portrait of great leaders like George Washington or Abraham Lincoln. A fun activity […]
Create a card shaped like Kermit the Frog! It’s sure to wow any Muppets fan.
Celebrate Dr. Seuss Day (March 2) with these beautiful balloons inspired by his classic book, “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” […]
Turn snack time into an opportunity for learning with Goldfish Graphing. A fun activity to do for Dr. Seuss Day […]
Using a doily or die cut as a reverse stencil, my toddler made these Valentines for his grandparents with finger […]
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 […]
Turn an empty oatmeal container into a hat that looks just like the one the Cat in the Hat wears. […]
Make this easy cut and fold snowman with a free printable template. A great project for winter!
Do you remember Colorforms? You can make your own set with some scrapbook paper and magnetic sheets! Great for keeping […]
Weave a surprisingly sturdy basket out of nothing but newspaper and a little bit of glue. A great project for […]
Make a paper chain caterpillar, inspired by Eric Carle’s beloved book, The Very Hungry Caterpillar. A great activity for a […]
Turn a photo of your family into a puzzle using a recycled cereal box! A great activity for the kids.