Melting Halloween Hands Experiment

Melting Halloween Hands Experiment
This is a fun science project that goes along with a Halloween theme. Jackie, from Happy Hooligans filled some surgical gloves with spooky treasures, water, and food coloring. The spooky items included buttons, beads, google eyes, craft foam pieces, and … Read More...

DIY US State Story Stones

DIY US State Story Stones

Jill, from Enchanted Homeschooling Mom, wanted to create something that would help reinforce the facts her children were learning about the different US states so she created these story stones. Gather together 50 stones — a great excuse to take … Read More...

Make a Fairy Land

Make a Fairy Land

Who says you need to spend a lot of money for a toy your children will enjoy playing with for hours? Help your kids make their own fairy land complete with houses, trees, fences, a wishing well, and even a … Read More...

Post-It Note Sudoku

Post-It Note Sudoku

If you ask me, this is brilliant! Such a simple and fun activity for kids and even adults. Kristina, from School Time Snippets, explains how not only is this a great activity for the brain but also for the fine … Read More...

Toilet Paper Roll Pumpkin

Toilet Paper Roll Pumpkin
These cute little pumpkins are easy to make and would make great decorations for Halloween or Thanksgiving — or, better yet, use it for both. Make several and tuck them in with your carved jack-o-lanterns for Halloween and then transform … Read More...

Button Counting and Sorting

Button Counting and Sorting
I figured this was the perfect activity to share today because it is Count Your Buttons Day! You don’t need much time or many supplies to make this fun button game for your little ones. You might even be able … Read More...

Letter Monster Craft For Kids

Letter Monster Craft For Kids

Besides being educational and adorable, this project is very timely… No, I am not talking about Halloween (although this would be a great excuse to make this crafts), I am talking about today being Monster Mash Day!

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Fairy Tale Fridge Magnets

Fairy Tale Fridge Magnets

Next time you are going to sit down with your kids and read a fairy tale, bring along some drawing supplies and have them make these adorable magnets. They can make a set for every book you read and then … Read More...

Name Skeletons

Name Skeletons

Name art might be considered a classic (I remember making one in school as a child and, as my children always jokingly remind me, I am old), but I like the Halloween twist on this one. Cindy, from My Creative … Read More...

Itsy Bitsy Spider Finger Puppet

Itsy Bitsy Spider Finger Puppet
Laura, from Lalymom, created this adorable spider for her kids to work on their fine motor skills while they sing the Itsy Bitsy Spider song. It is also a great craft to make and use for Halloween.

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Animal Track Fossils

Animal Track Fossils
This is a great activity that is perfect for today because it is National Fossil Day! Follow along with Mary Clare Walter’s directions at her Crafts for Kiddos blog and learn how to not only make fossils but also a … Read More...

DIY Fireman Air Tank

DIY Fireman Air Tank
Whether you are looking for a fun accessories for pretend play or to add extra detail to a fireman costume, this homemade fireman air tank just might fit the bill! While it mights looks a little complicated, Heather from Crayon … Read More...

Printing Texture

Printing Texture
This is so simple yet so stunning! Vicki, from Art with Kids, explains how easy it is to make prints using a variety of easy-to-find items. The print pictured here was made using items she found lying around her house. … Read More...

Halloween Candy Dispensers

Halloween Candy Dispensers
If you want a unique and fun way to present treats to all of the little ghouls and goblins you know, check out these creative candy dispensers! Ariean, from One Krieger Chick, created these adorable candy holders out of a … Read More...

Rhyming Peg Board

Rhyming Peg Board

Allison, from No Time for Flashcards, has a son who is a new writer who could use a little work on his fine motor skills. That is the reason she came up with this fun peg board. She discovered that … Read More...