Handprint crafts are always a favorite with young children. Everytime they see a project that has something of them incorporated, it is sure to bring a smile.
New Year’s Eve Fascinator
Stephanie of MakingFriends.com put on her creative thinking cap to design this delightful fascinator in time for New Year’s Eve celebrations. You’ll have fun making it and be the belle … Read More
New Years is a great time to remember all the exciting events of the past year. Have each member of the family write down something unique that happened in the … Read More
This game is also known as the “count and capture” game. Mancala games encourage kids to conduct thought experiments, counting tokens and comparing tactics in their heads before they move a … Read More
This snowman jar is a cute winter craft to make with your kids. They will love filling the jar with cotton balls and it provides a great tactile part of … Read More
Long after all the presents are opened, there are always some who will be looking for something new to do. Print out this Christmas Maze for a little quiet activity … Read More
Hawaiian Snowflake Designs
We thought you might like to try something new this Christmas. How about a Hawaiian snowflake? These designs were used as quilt patterns, but are perfect as package decorations, window … Read More
Here’s a craft that teaches the kids how to weave and also serves as a teaching tool for understanding and appreciating the diversity of others around them.
Golden Haired Paper Angels
These Golden Haired Angels will make beautiful package decorations or a choir of heavenly angels to decorate with for the holidays.
Decorate your Christmas windows with a host of these Window Cling Angels.
Everyone wants to be on Santa’s “nice” list. Line the kids up and make a garland of their hands listing all the good deeds they have performed around the house.