Kids learn about skeletons and x-rays while making their own X-Ray with this easy and fun art project. A great […]
A great craft to help kids learn the colors in a fun and super easy way! Would make a nice […]
Make your sensory play even more fun by playing a hide and seek Halloween game. candy corns are synonymous with […]
This glow in the dark spider web is the perfect spider or Halloween craft. It is also a wonderful night […]
Make your own bean bags to use in games around your house. A good activity for teaching young children how […]
This is a fun fall craft for all ages, but the preschool set will especially love this. Children will use […]
Make a playhouse that lays over a card table — and it’s no-sew! A great way to encourage imaginative play […]
In this article, I have written down all my tips for tie dyeing with children, from ages 2 and up. […]
With only a fork (or spoon for the little ones), a plastic cup and a rubber-band you can make a […]
These cute bird feeders made from paint cans are great for adding a pop of color to your outdoor space. […]
Brighten a dreary day by hanging these pretty stained glass look-a-likes in your windows. Create beautiful pictures using tissue paper […]
Put letters on clothes pins for a fun learning activity. Great for learning letters, spelling and the alphabet.
Red Light…Green Light…Go! Here’s a quick and easy craft that has toddlers and preschoolers decorating paper traffic lights with red, […]
Toddlers and preschoolers will enjoy making these adorable spring chicks. Easy for little hands, these chubby chicks are made from […]
An easy craft for the beginning of spring! Kids draw the tree and make the flowers with fingerpaint!
When teaching “taste”, one of the 5 senses, hand your child a stack of magazines and have them cut out […]
Fun activities for teaching the sense of smell – finger print flowers are dusted with cinnamon and vanilla! Toddlers and […]
Easy to make using our template, kids will have fun decorating and wearing these masks. There’s a pink kitten mask […]
A beautiful headband kids can make to dress up as Indians! Some paper and feathers are all that’s needed to […]
Made from wooden spoons, paper and pom poms, these spoon clowns are ready for a show. We even sneak in […]
This classic preschool craft is easy, inexpensive, and fun for all ages! The painted papers can be turned into pretty […]
These funny faced kites are made from construction paper and other odds and ends from around the house. Kids can […]
Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday in style with these easy to make hats. Made from paper and paper plates, a perfect […]
Inspired by Dr. Seuss’ book “The Cat in The Hat”, these hand print Things are a great craft for preschoolers […]
Many fun activities to help kids learn the sense of hearing in many different ways! Make learning fun by using […]
Teach your kids about the parts of a seedling by germinating a bean seed in a plastic bag. A fun […]
Fun activities and crafts for studying the 5 senses – this one being sight! We use simple household craft items […]
Different activities for the sense of touch including a game of touch made with hand print cut outs. A fun […]
Friendly, colorful snowmen make learning to count so much fun! Using paper and markers you can whip a set of […]
A cute snowman for cold winter days! We use colorful cotton balls to make the body and white fingerpaint for […]
Make your own cardboard drop box which includes: pound-a-cork, dice press, button slot and a ball drop. Made with fun […]
This ice fishing game is fun way to have your preschooler practice their numbers and letters. A great way to […]
A cute make believe cookie tray for your kids to play with. Make this from magazine cut out for hours […]
Make a simple felt tree for the kids to decorate over and over instead of pulling the ornaments off of […]
A keepsake ball ornament using your child’s hand to make the snowman & snow. Then paint on the snowman accessories. […]
Make a Pilgrim Bonnet for your Thanksgiving pagent or fun family playtime.
Make a fun felt board with a colorful felt turkey that encourages imaginative play, sorting, colors, and more.
Here is a great way to dress up your Halloween candy for a class party or some special trick-or-treaters!
This fun project uses crayons and black paint to make a beautiful Halloween scene.
Decorate the Bulletin Board with rows of school buses filled with class pictures.
This is a tutorial for making a fun little Matching/Memory Game. It is a quick and easy project for parents […]
Use an old box to create this cute Monster Box.
Get your kids involved with keeping your car clean by having them create these car bags.