Create an awesome calavera for Dia de los Muertos using your handprint. Kids will love making this neat project.
Celebrate Dia de los Muertos with a creative collage made of construction paper. Gather the materials and start creating!
Create colorful sugar skull sun catchers to display for Dia de los Muertos. This tutorial has instructions for a calavera […]
This “sushi” is as fun to make as it is to eat! Serve this tasty treat for April Fool’s Day […]
Celebrate Leap Year with adorable leap frog cookies! The kids will have as much fun assembling them as they will […]
Celebrate Galentine’s Day with these printable cards that celebrate girl power! They’re fun for female friends on Valentine’s Day, too.
Get lost in the fun in Dr. Seuss City! Turn household recyclables into a fun play place, just in time […]
Freedom Friends Puppets Share Martin Luther King’s belief in peace and friendship with these freedom puppets. It’s a fun way […]
Turn a paper plate into a fabulous calavera, just in time for Day of the Dead. There’s no right or […]
Here’s a wonderful technique to produce gorgeous stained glass-like pictures: do tissue paper collage on glass! This is a city […]
Turn dyed coffee filters and construction paper into a beautiful folklorico dancer. This is the perfect craft to celebrate Mexican […]
This pretty May Day basket is lined with flowers and topped with special little handprints. A simple Mother’s Day craft […]
Print off your free Dr. Seuss Bookmark and Reading Log to keep track of all your stories.
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, […]
Kids will get a kick out of making the Cat jump out of his hat with this fun craft made […]
Celebrate the 100th day of school with this homemade “pizza”. Use your imagination to top your pizza with 100 pizza […]
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 beautiful calaveras for Dia de los Muertos. There is so much room for creativity with these embroidered and stuffed […]
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, […]
Melt and color cheese to create this festive appetizer for Day of the Dead or Halloween celebrations. A fun and […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 Scottish Burn’s Night (25th January), we made a splatter paint Haggis with paint and toothbrushes. Kids will have […]
Celebrate the 100th day of school in a big way with this birthday cake decorated with 100 candles! Don’t try […]
Hand print peace doves are the perfect representation for Martin Luther King Day. Decorate your walls, windows or bulletin boards […]
Celebrate Martin Luther King Day by making these masks of people from many different cultures. The lesson will help teach […]