Can you believe this trendy planter starts with a cereal box?! Whip up a bunch of these recycled, budget-friendly planters.
Gonzo would be lost without Camilla the Chicken. Create a fowl friend of your own with this egg-ceptional Camilla craft.
Turn a paper plate into a cute cat! Perfect for “C Week”, a study of pets, or just for fun. […]
Turn an empty cardboard tube into a realistic honey bee. Did you know that 12 of the United States have […]
Capture a child’s little handprint forever by making this beautiful canvas to hang on the wall. This makes a great […]
This adorable monster is ready to gobble up your tooth and spit out some money in return! Boys will especially […]
Make this adorable shark out of a wooden spoon, some craft foam and paint!
Cute crocodile clothespins that can be used for preschool counting practice and number recognition. Could also be adapted for older […]
Felt and three dimensional craft paint turn an ordinary vegetable or soup can into a fun baseball themed pen or […]
Here’s an easy and inexpensive way to decorate with everyone’s favorite, butterflies. They’re fun and cute and the kids will […]
Made from brightly colored paper plates, these cheery frogs are ready for a game of catch! A fun craft that […]
Your child’s handprints make the wings of this beautiful duck on construction paper. Make your own duck or use the […]
The Tattle Monster is a friendly little monster ready to listen and gobble up those unwanted tattles young kids so […]
Turn one hot dog into two crabs and two octopi! Your kids will love these little guys and lunchtime will […]
Make adorable finger puppets using the fingers from mismatched or outgrown gloves. This is a great project for kids, with […]
Use store-bought vanilla wafer cookies to create these easy baseball-themed goodies. They’re great for a team snack after the game […]
These volcanoes are made with watercolors, construction paper, tissue paper, and cotton balls. Make these with young children studying the […]
These cute little insects are made from recycled cardboard egg cartons, paint and chenille stems. They’re easy for small hands […]
Use air dry clay to make simple bracelets that are lovely and fun to wear. This is a project even […]
This adorable mobile is a time consuming project, but the results are well-worth the time invested! You can shorten the […]
A fun snack for the kids that’s not only adorable, but fun to look at too!
Turn cardboard tubes and glitter into sparkly fish, then hang them as a mobile. It’s a wonderful project for Sunday […]
Teach shape identification using straws and pipe cleaners. Older kids can build 3d shapes using these two items.
With a cardboard box, an old green towel and a plastic cup, you can create a homemade putting green! This […]
Do you have kids who are crazy about flying bugs? These sweet treats are made from their favorite candies. One […]
Add some sunshine to a dreary day with our cheery paper plate sun! Perfect for preschoolers and kindergarteners to work […]
Repurpose those empty plastic fruit cups and egg cartons to plant a rainbow of beautiful flowers. What a great way […]
Turn a cardboard tube into a firefly! This fun project is a neat way to learn more about this very […]
Colorful monsters created from paint splotches. No two are ever the same!
Turn paper plates into a flock of pretty pink flamingos! This easy project is great fun for kids.