Try painting with pom poms and clothespins! This fun Easter activity is fun for even the youngest of crafters.
These adorable clothespin bunnies are so cute! Kids build fine motor skills and boost eye and hand coordination when they feed […]
These butterfly hair bows are so simple to make with fabric scraps. Girls of all ages will love wearing these […]
These adorable cone critters are the perfect way to display Easter candy. Make a few to hang around the house […]
This St. Patrick’s Day cake might not be what it seems to be….glance underneath those gold coins and you will […]
This fun Sunday school activity celebrates Lent. Kids of all ages can take part in arranging clothespins on a craft […]
Turn egg cartons into beautiful flower magnets! This kid-friendly activity is quick, easy and turns out great every time.
This bright and cheery spring hat is made from a paper bowl and a paper plate! Let your creativity show […]
Turn an array of vegetables into these adorable spring chicks. Kids will want to eat their veggies when they see […]
Kids of all ages can create their own personalized letter decoration using their favorite colors of jellybeans! Perfect for decorating […]
Lucky leprechauns for St. Patrick’s Day! Turn all the kids into leprechauns with this easy printable puppet.
Create a bunny ear headband from chenille stems, tulle, and plenty of rhinestones. Your little bunnies will look adorable wearing […]
Baby blue birds are a sign that spring is just around the corner! Use plastic eggs and construction paper to […]
This adorable chick is easy to make with just a few supplies. What a fun project to welcome spring!
Eric Carle fans will recognize this adorable Very Hungry Caterpillar. This necklace craft is so much fun and provides practice […]
Our burger chore chart adds some fun to chore time! A different chore is hidden on each layer of the […]
Fill a sensory bin with colorful rainbow barley pearls that are reusable for months on end. Rainbow sensory play is […]
If you’re looking for a quick and easy craft that uses items from around the house, this St. Patrick’s Day […]
If rain is keeping the kiddos indoors, we’ve got the perfect craft to turn their frowns upside down while spending […]
Rainbow Mobile Decorate for St. Patrick’s Day by hanging these lucky rainbow mobiles around the house. This is an easy […]
Welcome spring with this cute peekaboo bunny project. It’s made from paper plates and construction paper handprints.
Painting and gluing becomes a fun rainy day project! This is a fun way to keep kids busy when they […]
We’re celebrating Dr. Seuss’ Birthday with Thing 1 and Thing 2! Create these familiar faces by painting your child’s hand […]
Our Cat in the Hat and Thing finger puppets turn a reading story into a play! Made from pipe cleaners, […]
Sneak in a math lesson while the kids are playing with these St. Patrick’s Day clocks. Easy to make from […]
Make a pretty flower crown out of egg cartons. There’s so much room for creativity!
Kids will get a kick out of making the Cat jump out of his hat with this fun craft made […]
Give these little love bugs to all of your favorite valentines this year. His cute little face is sure to […]
Conversation Hearts go hand-in-hand with Valentine’s Day. Our spin turns paper cups, paint and feathers into pretty treat holders.
With a cardboard box, an old green towel and a plastic cup, you can create a homemade putting green! This […]
Recycle cereal boxes into fun and festive valentine holders. A fun weekend or classroom project, just in time for Valentine’s […]
Need some last minute valentines? You can’t go wrong with these superhero valentines. Just print the templates and add lollipops…that’s […]
Not only quick and easy to make, this pretty Valentine’s Day heart is a recycling project, too. Kids of all […]
Celebrate winter while staying warm and crafting indoors with snow-themed floam! It’s made from recycled styrofoam and will provide hours […]
Make this whimsical Valentine’s Holder using a recycled tissue box and some other items that you probably have in your […]
Use cardboard egg cartons, some paint, and mini muffin pan liners to create cute lollipop flowers. They’re fun for Valentine’s […]
Follow the step-by-step instructions to make these adorable groundhog cupcake push pops for a fun Groundhog Day dessert! “Pop” the […]
Valentine Hat Add some fun and whimsy to Valentine’s Day with our valentine hat that wiggles when you walk. What […]
Our homemade kitty valentines are purr-fect for Valentine’s Day. You need only construction paper and foam stickers to make these […]
These yarn Love Bugs are adorable… such a fun craft to do with your little Valentines! Give them out to […]
These adorable peanut butter puppies are made with store-bought Nutter Butter cookies. Making edible crafts is a great way to […]
This special Valentine’s Day breakfast offers a new spin on the familiar conversation heart candies. Just paint on bread with […]
Decorate your home for Valentine’s Day with pretty valentine snowflakes. Cut from coffee filters, kids of all ages can get […]
This shadow craft is a great way to celebrate Groundhog Day. Using construction paper, kids will determine whether or not […]
Keep little ones busy during long car trips or even occupy their time at the doctor’s office with this easy […]
Your little weather watchers can make these weather charts to map out the current weather conditions. Simple enough for their […]
Celebrate the Chinese New Year with a recycling project that turns cardboard egg cartons into Chinese dragons. Bring the dragons […]
When your kids are stuck indoors on a cold winter’s day, make some penguins! This simple craft not only provides […]
Promote worldwide understanding among all nations and races by making this Hand print Poem for Martin Luther King Day. With […]
Make a simple cup of hot cocoa extra special with these chocolate stirring spoons. Decorate the chocolate spoons with your […]
Waldorf Hand Kites are a simple homemade toy and a playroom staple. Make sweet Jingle Bell Hand Kites for all […]
White paper bags and colored papers come together to make this adorable snowmen. Learn how easy it is!
This cranberry slime recipe has only two ingredients and is completely edible. It’s so easy to make that kids can […]
Make your own Gingerbread Puffy Paint, a delicious-smelling winter sensory art experience. Sensory play mixed with winter crafts – what […]
The best thing about homemade ornaments is pulling them out each year and remembering the special time spent crafting together. […]
Handprint Rudolph Handprint crafts are so much fun! This cute idea uses a paint-dipped handprint to make Rudolph the Red-Nosed […]
This winter paper bird artwork is made using construction paper, newspaper and finger paint. It’s a fun craft for when […]
Candy canes are one of the most iconic treats of winter. Here at Fun Family Crafts, we’ve gathered three dozen […]
Make Gingerbread Cloud Dough, a fun winter sensory play activity for kids. This dough is taste-safe and lasts forever.
Remember the true meaning of Christmas with a Nativity craft to tell the story of Jesus’ birth. We’ve gathered over […]