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.
Turn ordinary cardboard tubes into adorable minions using a printable pattern and construction paper. A great activity for the minion-loving […]
Create a Snow Buddy Card or Collage with this free printable created by a kid!
This horseshoe craft is fun and might bring you a little luck! Be sure to display it with the horseshoe […]
This painting activity is so much fun and provides wonderful reading practice. It can be adapted for beginning readers or […]
Celebrate the Olympics with a banner featuring flags from around the world. A great way to get kids interested in […]
Have your kids create their own flashcard set using recycled cereal boxes, construction paper and a glue stick. When the […]
Teach your child about the beautiful glass art of Dale Chihuly with this simple Macchia (“spotted”) coffee filter project. Fun […]
Use construction paper, yarn, tissue paper, Easter grass and more to create colorful, fun Mixed Media Hamburgers. A great project […]
We collected the cork from the wine bottles that we had during the holidays and turned them into cork stamps!
This clever book looks like a sandwich! Follow the directions to make it like the picture, or be creative and […]
This handprint Horse craft comes with a printable head and neck. All you need to add is the hand.
Decorate for a sport-themed party or for the big game with this football paper chain. Use the printable or simply […]
Young children can practice their motor skills by gluing Cheerios to a paper giraffe. Consider extending the lesson by having […]
It is easy to turn plain notepads into adorable personalized Valentines. They would also make great party favors for birthdays […]
Start with the printable and then add tape and paper details to create your own R2D2 project. Great for a […]