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 […]
Play a fun game of ring toss…in the dark! Simply use glow in the dark bracelets for this fun nighttime […]
Stimulate your toddler’s senses with this fun wave sensory bottle. Made from a recycled plastic bottle, this project takes just […]
A great craft for Play in the Sand Day (8/11) or anytime your kids want to dig in the sand. […]
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 […]
When it’s too cold to play outside, challenge the family to see who can catapult mini marshmallows to hit targets! […]
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 […]
Foam stickers and bottle caps are all that’s needed to make stamps! The stamps can be used with paint or […]
Make a pair of binoculars with some things you probably already have. All you’ll need is cardboard tubes, glue and […]
Looking for an easy and inexpensive Halloween craft, suitable for all ages? Paper Plate Pumpkins!
This tea set is perfect for babies – toddlers. It is soft and can even be washed in the washing […]
This is a tutorial for making a fun little Matching/Memory Game. It is a quick and easy project for parents […]
Make some sidewalk paint using simple ingredients such as cornstarch, water, and food coloring. Easy to make and provides hours […]
Beat the summer heat and make your own Rainbow Ice for the water table or kiddie pool! Extra credit: kids […]
Add some sparkle to a plain jane ponytail using ribbons from your craft closet! Simple instructions to follow. Make adorable […]
This cute little owl is made from paint and paper plates.
Use an old box to create this cute Monster Box.
As a young toddler’s speech is growing, an ABC Speech Book is a great way to give the child a […]
A perfect matching game for toddlers that can be customized in a variety of ways!