Make Dr. Seuss magnets as a fun matching game for an early reader. A perfect activity for Dr. Seuss Day […]
Get the kids into the Olympic spirit with these flag picks from different countries. Use as a garland or banner […]
Turn an empty oatmeal container into a hat that looks just like the one the Cat in the Hat wears. […]
Make this easy cut and fold snowman with a free printable template. A great project for winter!
Do you remember Colorforms? You can make your own set with some scrapbook paper and magnetic sheets! Great for keeping […]
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 […]
Turn a photo of your family into a puzzle using a recycled cereal box! A great activity for the kids.
Turn ordinary cardboard tubes into adorable minions using a printable pattern and construction paper. A great activity for the minion-loving […]
Create a Snow Buddy Card or Collage with this free printable created by a kid!
This horseshoe craft is fun and might bring you a little luck! Be sure to display it with the horseshoe […]
This painting activity is so much fun and provides wonderful reading practice. It can be adapted for beginning readers or […]
Celebrate the Olympics with a banner featuring flags from around the world. A great way to get kids interested in […]
Have your kids create their own flashcard set using recycled cereal boxes, construction paper and a glue stick. When the […]
Teach your child about the beautiful glass art of Dale Chihuly with this simple Macchia (“spotted”) coffee filter project. Fun […]
Use construction paper, yarn, tissue paper, Easter grass and more to create colorful, fun Mixed Media Hamburgers. A great project […]
We collected the cork from the wine bottles that we had during the holidays and turned them into cork stamps!
This clever book looks like a sandwich! Follow the directions to make it like the picture, or be creative and […]
This handprint Horse craft comes with a printable head and neck. All you need to add is the hand.
Decorate for a sport-themed party or for the big game with this football paper chain. Use the printable or simply […]
Young children can practice their motor skills by gluing Cheerios to a paper giraffe. Consider extending the lesson by having […]
It is easy to turn plain notepads into adorable personalized Valentines. They would also make great party favors for birthdays […]
Start with the printable and then add tape and paper details to create your own R2D2 project. Great for a […]
Turn a paper cup into R2D2. It makes a wonderful table decoration for a Star Wars themed party and is […]
This fun activity will keep the kids busy creating for hours! Just be sure to plan enough time to make […]
Color the fireplace image and make a fire with thumbprints and small twigs you picked from your yard!
Create a beautiful painting of busy bees. This project uses pencil, pen, crayon and paint.
Turn an ice cream cone pinata into a space ship at warp speed. Great for a birthday party.
Don’t throw away that styrofoam tray! All you need is a pencil, a design and a little patience to create […]
Use a variety of media to represent the important events of your life in tree rings. A great project for […]