Celebrate Dr. Seuss Day (March 2) with these beautiful balloons inspired by his classic book, “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” […]
These edible eagles are easy to make and require no baking. A great treat for President’s Day, Independence Day, Veterans […]
Fozzie Bear is the world’s funniest (and only) stand-up comedian bear, and now he can help you get a laugh, […]
Don’t recycle those 3-D glasses yet! Turn them into silly Kermit the Frog glasses that will make you smile.
Calling all Muppets fans! Craft up a Kermit the Frog neck bunting (collar/necklace) and needle-felt some Muppet eye barrettes for […]
Use buttons and a few other supplies to create cute topiaries that will bring a touch of spring. A fun […]
Turn ordinary snack-sized plastic storage containers into adorable leprechaun hats that will hold tasty treats. Allow enough time for multiple […]
Turn snack time into an opportunity for learning with Goldfish Graphing. A fun activity to do for Dr. Seuss Day […]
Celebrate President’s Day by making mini figurines of great leaders from history. Fun for school age kids.
These Beaker cake pops couldn’t be cuter! Perfect for any Muppets fan.
Turn a paper plate and construction paper into an adorable Cat in the Hat. A great way for young children […]
Go green (like Kermit) with these reusable cup cozies. Instead of using a disposable cardboard liner for your drink, craft […]
Travel time will pass quickly when the kids play with Dr. Seuss themed I-Spy bags. This project is a bit […]
Create a beautiful Quiet Book page featuring a vegetable garden. A wonderful sewing project that isn’t too difficult.
Make a mustache matching game out of felt and magnets. A fun matching activity. Tie it into the Lorax and […]
Make a sock puppet featuring Dr. Seuss’ beloved Fox in Socks. A fun project for Dr. Seuss Day (March 2) […]
Make Dr. Seuss magnets as a fun matching game for an early reader. A perfect activity for Dr. Seuss Day […]
Turn an empty oatmeal container into a hat that looks just like the one the Cat in the Hat wears. […]
Your kids will love giving these cute and easy ninja valentines to their friends and classmates. You can use full-sized […]
Celebrate Presidents’ Day, Independence Day, Veterans Day or any other occasion with these patriotic no-bake Regal Eagle Cookies. They are […]
Use gummy worms to tell someone special, “I Dig You!” A fun option for a classroom Valentine treat.
Decorate for the Year of the Horse with this paper cutting project. The printable makes it fun and easy.
Use the printable template to cut Xi, the character that means double happiness. It is perfect for the New Year, […]
The kids will love making this adorable hippo to hold all the Valentines they receive. It all starts with two […]
Two ingredients + two minutes = one adorable and healthy snack! Fun for the kids to make and eat.
Enjoy the taste of s’mores shaped as an adorable bear. A fun craft for summer or any time of year.
These cheesy bee appetizers are almost too cute to eat! Not only are they adorable, but they are healthy and […]
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 […]
Instead of traditional Valentines, try using patterned paper and fragrant potpourris to make Valentine sachets! Friends can place them under […]