DIY Chalkboard City Blocks

DIY Chalkboard City Blocks
Whether you are looking for a project you can make for the little ones or you are looking for a simple woodworking project, you will definitely want to check out this DIY tutorial shared by Danyelle on Hellobee.  You start … Read More...

How to Make Magnetic Slime

How to Make Magnetic Slime
Have you ever seen anything like this magnetic slime? I haven’t! Sarah, from Frugal Fun for Boys, saw directions for making magnetic silly putty on Pinterest and thought she would try something similar. She came up with recipe using liquid … Read More...

Lion and Lamb for March

Lion and Lamb for March
Have you heard the old saying “March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb?” Where I live, that is usually true… Although sometimes March not only comes in like a lion, it also goes out like … Read More...

How to Make an Addition Machine

How to Make an Addition Machine
No magic is required to make one of these amazing addition machines. You simply need to take a stroll down the isles at your local home improvement or hardware store. That is what Laura, from Differentiation Station Creations, did when … Read More...

Rainbow Clean Mud

Rainbow Clean Mud
Have you wanted to play in the mud?  If so, check out this recipe shared by Jaime on Frog, Snails, and Puppy Dog Tails. This colorful mud is easy to make at home using toilet paper, Ivory soap, finger paints, … Read More...

Pancake Number Match

Pancake Number Match
There is no better activity than one where you can combine plain old fun with learning. This homemade game from Coffee Cups and Crayons does exactly that. To make this game, all you need is 2o circles made out of … Read More...

Dr. Suess Hat Pencil Cup Craft

Dr. Suess Hat Pencil Cup Craft
If you ask me, any time is a good time to make a Dr. Seuss craft; but, if you are looking for a timely excuse to make one, March 2nd is Theodor Seuss Geisel’s (aka Dr. Seuss) birthday. In honor … Read More...

Magnetic Robot Art with Tin Cans

Magnetic Robot Art with Tin Cans

For this activity, you can use whatever you have lying around your house or classroom. Start out with a clean, dry tin can. Wrap a bit of duct tape – you can use silver or any color you like – … Read More...

Kids Shamrock Footprint Craft

Kids Shamrock Footprint Craft
This is a great way to make a keepsake that can double as a decoration for St. Patrick’s Day. As a grandparent, I would love to get one of these from each of my grand kids! Don’t worry if your … Read More...

LEGO Word Family Sorting

LEGO Word Family Sorting
If you are looking for a fun and unique way to work on spelling and word sorting, check out this fun ideas shared by Becky, from This Reading Mama. She started out with 18 large LEGO bricks (DUPLO bricks) and … Read More...

How to Make Your Own Scratch Art Paper

How to Make Your Own Scratch Art Paper
Have you ever made your own scratch art? I remembering doing it years ago using color crayons. I never knew you could make scratch art using paint!  Talk about a time saver, a crayon saver (one black crayon only goes … Read More...

Crayon Pointillism for Kids

Crayon Pointillism for Kids
Using melted crayons is a great way to teach kids about pointillism. Not sure what pointillism is? Merrian-Webster defines it as “the theory or practice in art of applying small strokes or dots of color to a surface so that … Read More...

How to Make a Hula Hoop Rag Rug

How to Make a Hula Hoop Rag Rug

This is a great project for a long weekend or just when you are stuck inside because the weather is bad! It is also a great excuse to go through your drawers and get rid of old t-shirts. You will … Read More...

Homemade Stickers for Story Telling

Homemade Stickers for Story Telling
This activity can be spread out over two, or even three, crafting sessions. The first thing that needs to be done is to create the stickers themselves. This is done by giving the kids several small squares of card stock … Read More...

Sorting Coins for President’s Day

Sorting Coins for President's Day

This is a great activity you can make to use for President’s Day and beyond. Follow along with Mary Catherine’s directions posted on Fun-A-Day and learn how to make this simple sorting chart will will teach kids much more than … Read More...

Color Hunt Spinner

Color Hunt Spinner

Make this color spinner for your child and discover how much fun they can have by taking it everywhere they go. Georgina, from Craftulate, provides you with directions and a printable template so you can make one. She also shares … Read More...

Interlocking Cardboard Castle

Interlocking Cardboard Castle

Visit this post by Merrilee on her Mer Mag blog and learn how you can create a fun play world using little more than cardboard and duct tape. Not only is this a fun project and play thing for the … Read More...