Create a sugar skull mask to celebrate Dia de los Muertos. This fun project is a wonderful way to honor […]
Create a beautiful doll for Dia de los Muertos. The tutorial makes it so easy.
Let your creativity go wild making a playdough skull! This fabulous craft is great fun for Halloween and Dia de […]
Use colorful construction paper and scissors to create a collage of the famous couple, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. What […]
Create colorful sugar skull sun catchers to display for Dia de los Muertos. This tutorial has instructions for a calavera […]
Create beautiful calaveras for Dia de los Muertos. There is so much room for creativity with these embroidered and stuffed […]
Turn a paper plate into a fabulous calavera, just in time for Day of the Dead. There’s no right or […]
Fool the family by serving three different ‘cakes’ for dinner! It’s actually a healthy meal in disguise.
Spice up your night with these Mexican Hot Chocolate Truffles! They are the perfect dessert for Halloween or the Day […]
Create this mini version of koinobori, Japanese flying carp. Display them on Children’s Day or any time.
This beautiful sand art is inspired by rangoli, a traditional art done for Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights. Give […]
Use this clever printable for a quick and harmless April Fool’s Day prank. Too bad it isn’t real!
Create a fake cereal spill to fool someone on April 1st. This project takes time to dry, so start it […]
This noisemaker made from recycled cups is fun for kids of all ages. It’s an easy way to make birthdays […]
Whether you’re celebrating Cinco de Mayo or the Day of the Dead, this simplified version of Papel Picados is a great […]
Celebrate May Day with cupcakes that dance around the maypole! This is a tasty way to celebrate this traditional spring holiday.
Play a harmless 3-step prank on the family. It’s easy to do and they’ll forgive you immediately!
April Fools’ Day food tricks for kids: “Chicken nuggets and ketchup” Kix cereal treats with red icing for dipping.
April Fool’s Day trick for the kids: “Lollipops” that are actually broccoli. That’s one way to get them to it!
Here’s a fun way for kids to harmlessly prank each other. Boys especially will love this one!
This cute project starts with needle felting. Add a button, then use the finished eggs for pretend play, relay races, […]
Use the same technique as you do with snowflakes to make this Maple Leaf. Pattern provided for this Canadian craft […]
While originally intended as wedding favors, these adorable cherries would make great birthday party favors, Valentines, or just a fun […]
Make these sweet peace doves on paper plates with ink pads to honor Dr. King’s message of peace and harmony. […]
Celebrate your preschooler’s graduation with a paper diploma made especially for him/her. Made from recycled items from around the house, […]
Fly Uncle Sam proudly as we celebrate Armed Forces Day. A fun weekend craft that shows your pride for the […]
Papel Picado Banners are a fancy name for simple cut paper decorations. Cut from colorful tissue paper, these banners can […]
This pretty May Day basket is lined with flowers and topped with special little handprints. A simple Mother’s Day craft […]
Celebrate with us on March 25 the Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Based on the story where the angel […]
We’re recycling milk cartons, tissue paper and origami paper to create play time pizzas. A creative way to celebrate Pizza […]
Bake some large round cookies, frost with a cream cheese filling and decorate with fruit to look like a Swirly […]
Celebrate Dr. Seuss and have the whole family get involved with making your very own family foot book! A super […]
Put on a show for Dr. Seuss’ Birthday using Thing 1 and Thing 2 craft stick puppets. Act out the […]
Get lost in the fun in Dr. Seuss City! Turn household recyclables into a fun play place- just in time […]
A fancy “Cat in the Hat” dessert to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday! Made from cookies, strawberries and milk, kids can […]
Kids will get a kick out of making the Cat jump out of his hat with this fun craft made […]
We’re celebrating Dr. Seuss’ Birthday with Thing 1 and Thing 2! Create these familiar faces by painting your child’s hand […]
We’re making the Truffula Forest from “The Lorax” to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday! It’s easy to do…read on to see […]
Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday with Yertle the Turtle! A fun project for toddlers and preschoolers that turns a paper plate, […]
To celebrate Dr. Seuss, we’ve magically stuck the Cat’s Hat into a loaf of bread! Kids of all ages will […]
March is National Reading Month – to celebrate we’re making these bright and shiny rainbow fish to go along with […]
A fun classroom treat to make and eat while listening to some Dr. Seuss books! Look how easy it is […]
Our Cat in the Hat and Thing finger puppets turn a reading story into a play! Made from pipe cleaners, […]
March brings Dental Health Month so hang this sign as a reminder to brush your teeth! A simple craft, perfect […]
We’re getting over Valentine’s Day sweets and marching into Dental Health Month. Toddlers and preschoolers can learn how to properly […]
Explain to your children why it’s so important for them to brush and floss their teeth. Craft a set of […]
Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday with our colorful handprint fish from “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish”. Don’t forget […]
Inspired by Dr. Seuss’ book “The Cat in The Hat”, these hand print Things are a great craft for preschoolers […]
Recycle plastic toothbrushes into cool bracelets! Parents, you will have to help with this one – the kids will look […]
The Tooth Fairy doesn’t like searching for teeth …. with our special tooth pillow, she won’t have to! This simple […]
February is Dental Health Month. Using pictures cut from magazines, our happy tooth/sad tooth activity teaches children about the food […]
Get a jump start on leap year crafts with our easy paper bag leap frog. Frog crafts are a fun […]
To celebrate 2012 being a leap year, we’ve created these adorable leap frog cookies! Will kids have more fun assembling […]
To celebrate Scottish Burn’s Night (25th January), we made a splatter paint Haggis with paint and toothbrushes. Kids will have […]
Promote worldwide understanding among all nations and races by making this Hand print Poem for Martin Luther King Day. With […]
Celebrate the 100th day of school in a big way with this birthday cake decorated with 100 candles! Don’t try […]
This multicolored hand print wreath helps to show Martin Luther King Jr.’s message of peace and love for all. A […]
Let freedom ring! Celebrate Martin Luther King Day with this freedom bell craft. Made from just a few items, it’s […]
Freedom Friends Puppets Share Martin Luther King’s belief in peace and friendship with these freedom puppets. It’s a fun way […]
Hand print peace doves are the perfect representation for Martin Luther King Day. Decorate your walls, windows or bulletin boards […]