July 28th is Parent’s Day and handprints are all about putting yourself in the picture. Here’s a way to include the whole family no matter how many members.
Take off the shoes and socks and have fun making this Toeprint Caterpillar.
All the kids love to paint their hand and turn them into something else. This colorful Handprint Crab is our latest addition to this fun craft project.
Easy Paper Plate Smiley Face
Next time you go to the Dollar Store check around for some plain yellow paper or plastic plates to create this inexpensive and sunny Smiley Face.
Springtime brings showers and the need for rainy day activities.This pretty rainbow brings the promise that the sun will come out after the showers have passed.
Graduation Cupcake Toppers
Graduation is just around the corner for kids of all ages and these cute cupcake toppers are appropriate for kids of all ages. We have supplied the printable for 2013 … Read More
Our newest contest winner is Katelyn from Milford, Indiana and she is 10 years old. She loves making crafts at her aunt’s house like this pencil pal.
Our old friend the paper plate once again is the foundation of this craft.
Here’s a great idea for little ones who believe in magic. Of course there is really no such thing as Magic Jelly Bean Seeds, but to young kids there is. … Read More
Parents and teachers, help kids make and use counting bugs to practice counting and to do simple math. Use pins to hang on bulletin boards. For use on refrigerators and … Read More
Here’s another great recycled craft idea from my friend Chickpea and her Mom in the UK. Boxes made the greatest toys.
Balloon Print Very Hungry Caterpillar
Spring is here and the creepy crawly critters are coming out to explore. Help the kids create their own army of hungry caterpillars using paint and balloons.
Earth Day is coming up soon, so let’s be aware of using recycled materials for our craft projects like this adorable Thomas Snack Train.
A few simple supplies and this easy Easter Bunny is a great project for little fingers.
This is a fun craft to make for your Easter Egg Hunt party. You can make them ahead with your kids help or let your guests make their own.
It’s amazing what you can turn little thumbprints into with a little imagination. Start the kids out with the critters in the picture and then encourage them to create other … Read More