The kids will have so much fun making these ice cube sail boats from a cup, a straw, and some […]
Turn walnut shells and leftover birthday candles onto walnut boats that will really float! These are great fun for beach […]
Turn sticks from the back yard into rafts that will really float! Kids will love building and racing these little […]
Craft up the cutest little sailboat to act as treat holders. They also make great place cards for Thanksgiving dinner.
Use construction paper and cardboard tubes to make your own version of an explorer’s ship. This activity is a wonderful […]
This easy anchor craft makes a fun decoration for a pirate themed party. Or, use it as a countdown to […]
Make a fabulous pirate ship using recycled cardboard and paint. Your little pirates with play with their ship for hours […]
Use the skin of an avocado to make a sailboat that really floats. What a clever idea!
Make a fun Thanksgiving centerpiece to show what the whole family is thankful for. This Mayflower ship is made from […]
Egg Cup Ships This Columbus Day, make your own mini versions of the Nina, Pinta, and the Santa Maria! This […]
Turn sponges and duct tape into fun sailboats. Perfect for the bathtub or outdoor play.
This paper plate boat is a fun summer craft for kids. It’s easy to transform into a pirate ship, a […]
Turn an empty milk carton, egg carton, straws and other recyclables into a cool pirate ship. A perfect craft for […]
This project combines many techniques: drawing, cutting and shaping with paper, painting waves and composition. This activity works well for […]
Make the Vikings come alive by recreating a longship for your kids to play in! Made from recycled cardboard and […]
Just cut off a corner of a plastic file, put a toothpick through it to keep the shape, and put […]
Make boats from corks, craft sticks and craft foam. If the weather is warm, sail them in a pool or […]
Dress up a plain wooden birdhouse to look like a pirate’s ship. This fun craft will inspire lots of creativity!
Create easy sailboats out of styrofoam packaging. It’s great for water play on a hot summer’s day.
Throw a fun Moana-themed party with these simple donut boats. The printable sails make it so easy.
Next time you go out for a nature walk , gather some twigs to make this neat boat. Then find […]
Get ready for summer sailing adventure play at home or at the seaside. These adorable little boats are easy to […]
Set sail on your next fun craft! This Margarine Tub Boat is a great project for summer.
Make this water play bin with an ocean theme for hours of sensory play. Great for toddlers and preschoolers.
Use the printable templates to make a complete felt board farm scene! It includes a tractor, barn, horse, pig, sun, […]
Follow the directions to fold origami paper into birds, boats, butterflies, cranes, fish and frogs. It’s so fun to do!
Fold paper, decorate it, paint the sea, and cut out a sun to make these cute boat scenes! This tutorial […]
Turn a tissue box into a paddle wheel steamboat! A great craft for when they are stuck at home with […]
Need a quick and inexpensive way to entertain your kids on a hot summer day? Try making a foil river! […]
Paint the sea with watercolor, the beach with sponge prints and then paint ships in different sizes and then glue […]
Whether you’re planning a pirate party, a fun backyard pirate play area for the kids, or just want some fun […]
A craft and activity perfect for those hot summer days. So simple and fun, your kids will LOVE it! A […]
Don’t throw away those empty juice boxes just yet – turn them into boats! They float really well and the […]
Happy sailing with these pretty paper Valentine’s Day boats. Made from construction paper, these boats make cute containers to hold […]
Make fun ships from your hand prints! Sail away on the Mayflower just like the pilgrims did so many Thanksgivings […]
Bring the spirit of Thanksgiving to your dinner table by parking the Mayflower right in the middle of it! No […]
These whimsical Ann Wood boats are made from paper mache and fabric. Make some for the nursery or your child’s […]