Turn a toddler’s abstract paintings into refrigerator-worthy cards that friends and family members will love. What a fun way to personalize […]
Turn band-aids and googly eyes into adorable lightning bugs. A fun project for the youngest of crafters.
This is a 5 minutes recipe for non-toxic baby paint. It’s made from edible materials, so if your little one […]
This printable morning chart helps young children start their days off right. Kids move the icon to the smiley face when […]
Lacing cards are the perfect way for toddlers and preschoolers to develop find motor skills. This post provides you with […]
Young children can practice their motor skills by gluing Cheerios to a paper giraffe. Consider extending the lesson by having […]
Turn first aid supplies into adorable, easy-to-make butterflies. A great project for young children.
If your kids love Mr. Potato Head, they are sure to love Mr. Pumpkin head too!
Delight your children with home made play dough just as bright and vibrant as the store bought kind. Homemade recipe!
Make cute snails from polymer clay. There are several other snail activities on this post as well, including a recipe […]
Create a beautiful and interactive color book. Your little one can match colorful stamped images with the color words on […]
Your child will LOVE playing chemist with these kid-safe materials. The fun will last as long as the supplies do!
Grab some play-doh and wacky straws to create a simple craft for kids that is all about imagination and creativity. […]
Kids will love getting their hands into this gooey mud dough with simple ingredients found in the kitchen. Add some […]
Use hot glue to make ‘invisible’ letters and numbers. Add them to a sensory bin for hours of educational play! […]
Let your kids create masterpieces on paper and themselves as they create using the “cool” frozen paint! Recipe included!
Let your kids enjoy some sensory fun as they create monsters and watch the slime ooze. A fun science project […]
Make lacy, glittery crowns for your little princess. They’re sure to be a dress-up favorite for years to come! Great […]
This amazing Busy Board provides hours of entertainment for an active toddler. Great for fine motor development!
To jazz up bath time a bit, try homemade bath paint. Unlike some store-bought bath paints, these wash away easily […]
Make cute umbrellas using coffee filters and markers. They’re simple, not very time consuming, inexpensive, and not very messy- the […]
Use a pair of scissors to cut ordinary dry household sponges into interesting shapes. Kids will love building with these. […]
Here’s a fun science craft for your toddler or preschooler to do this spring. Use Do-a-Dot markers to make a […]
Turn Ziploc bags into customized books! After assembling the bags into a book, simply slip photos into the pages and […]
Sandpaper and yarn are a great combination for creative play If you add a magnetic backing to the sandpaper, it […]
Spend Earth Day making a puffy paint Earth! It’s so simple even young toddlers could do this with minimal adult […]
Transform an empty cereal box and a used paper bag into a miniature Earth. This is a fun way to […]
You can make a framed felt board with an old frame, some cardboard, and different colors of felt. Perfect for […]
Make your sensory play even more fun by playing a hide and seek Halloween game. candy corns are synonymous with […]
Can you say super cuteness?? These adorable aprons were fashioned from dish towels, great for the toddler set who loves […]
Have some fun with some safe homemade body paint that’s made using baby lotion! This would be great for a […]
Make a playhouse that lays over a card table — and it’s no-sew! A great way to encourage imaginative play […]
An adorable toddler masterpiece that’s great for gift giving. Makes a treasured keepsake for years to come.
Using photos of the family, stick them on popsicle sticks, and let your toddlers put on the perfect puppet show! […]
Hang a colorful felt bunny mobile to twirl around above your little one’s crib. With basic sewing skills you can […]
Turn cheap plastic combs and paint into a day of painting fun! A fun “hand on” (or in!) project for […]
A cute snowman for cold winter days! We use colorful cotton balls to make the body and white fingerpaint for […]
Make a pair of binoculars with some things you probably already have. All you’ll need is cardboard tubes, glue and […]
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.
A perfect matching game for toddlers that can be customized in a variety of ways!