These adorable pumpkin and ghost bowls are paper mache projects made from paper bags and tissue paper.
Older kids will love the creepiness that these cards add to any Halloween party table. Made from card stock and…
This fun project uses crayons and black paint to make a beautiful Halloween scene.
Creepy cobwebs cut from coffee filters!
Made from buttons, tree branches and glue, this colorful fall craft is great for kids of all ages.
All dressed up and ready to hold your party treats, these monster bags will work perfectly for a Halloween party…
This beautiful designs are made by dipping leaves into different colors of paint and transferring to paper.
This cute scarecrow is made using shapes. A great fall learning activity.
Made by dipping their thumb into fall colored paints, this pretty indian corn is born.
Here’s a fun project for Halloween. Decorate some notepads for Halloween!
This cute card is expandable and says “I love you this much”! A great handprint project for any birthday or…
Make fun glasses from card stock and lots of decorative items.
Adorable owls decorate these handmade cards. Teaching kids to send thank you notes is a great idea, and this makes…
This simple fall handprint craft will delight little crafters.
This friendly crow is made from the hands and feet to the delight of little crafters.
Fun spinning paper pumpkins that are perfect for fall. Add faces to make them into jack O’Lanterns.
Pretty leaves made from markers and coffee filters. A fun rainy day fall project.
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!
Make a fun Halloween decoration using poster board and glitter paint.
A great suncatcher made from tissue paper and construction paper. A great fall or Halloween project for little ones.
Arrggh! Make fun pirates using your hand and some paint.
Celebrate Fall with these paintings! Kids use a unique process to create Birch trees and sponge on leaves.
A fun craft that takes just minutes and looks gorgeous on your Rosh HaShana or fall table.
These adorable mummies are easy to make and use a recycled juice box from your child’s lunch.
String together a fun golden apple garland to hang on chair backs or just about anywhere! A great craft for…
Absolutely beyond cute, these containers are decorated as Halloween characters and filled with homemade play dough. What a great Halloween…
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…
This activity helps teach your children not only their numbers, but how to spell their number words as well.
Big paper footballs that are easy enough for even little ones to make.
Use watercolor paints and a splatter affect to create this fun outer space piece of art.
Make different monsters using paper to create this fun Halloween banner.
Don’t worry, you don’t have to be a grown up to sew these fun footballs! Mom will punch some holes…
Using a simple spiral notebook, you can put together this word activity to help your child learn.
This puppet uses a die cut, but could easily be drawn by hand. A cute gingerbread man for Christmas.