National Aviation Day falls on August 19th, but kids, especially boys, love airplanes any time of the year. Did you […]
Dinosaur Day is in May, Archeology Day is in August, and International Dinosaur Month is in October, but anytime is […]
Playing in the sand is a blast and a great sensory activity. Kids can build, scoop and mash, all while […]
National Watermelon Day is celebrated on August 3rd, and for good reason! Watermelon is a summertime favorite with kids and […]
Sports, what would we do without them? They teach comradery, team work and fun. Sports get our kids outside and […]
Clowns are colorful, full of fun and joy, and invoke smiles in children everywhere. The first week of August celebrates […]
Celebrate National Peanut Day on September 13th with yummy no-bake Peanut Butter Haystacks. They’re perfect for little hands to help […]
A fun project for back to school season or any time of the year. Recycle some old jeans and create […]
This “ghoulish snack” makes a great treat for Halloween school snacks or as a kid friendly party favor. Not only […]
Use duct tape to create a library card holder to attach to your library bag. A fun and organized way […]
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 […]
Make native-inspired art on faux animal hides. It all starts with an old paper bag. A great history project!
A compass isn’t just for math. Use it to paint! Your kids will love filling the paper with colorful concentric […]
Can you believe this gorgeous pumpkin started as a dryer vent? A fun project that you can proudly display throughout […]
These homemade beaded hangers make great gifts for new babies! You choose the colors and get the kids busy threading […]
A quick and easy craft using Duck tape that will thrill your superhero fan. With a some supervision, younger children […]
These recycled finger puppets are made of old cereal boxes! A great way to encourage imagination and provide unplugged play.
Create a delicate hanging flower display. The distinctive bell shape is formed by layering tissue paper over water balloons.
These magical cardboard owls are all dressed up for Halloween! Make some of your own to decorate your space in […]
Turn plain clothespins and colorful embroidery floss into beautiful dolls your children will adore. Personalize the dolls by making one […]
This canning lid pumpkin is cute, simple and fun to make. A perfect craft for fall and a great recycling […]
How to use the “trace” feature on a silhouette Cameo to cut any shape. Not only is this is great […]
Reuse an old egg carton and make a whole family of cute bats! These would look great hanging from one […]
Owls have become very popular in recent years, though they’ve always been adorable. They are often associated with the fall […]
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. […]
Make these vibrant California poppy magnets with some modeling material and paint! A pretty way to dress up your refrigerator.
Real wax seals are fragile, and break if you try to mail them. These faux wax seals are sturdy! Great […]