Ice Bowling with LEGO

Ice Bowling with LEGO
This is a fast and fun outdoor game you can play with the kids that requires very little preparation!  All you need is a bunch of LEGO Duplo blocks and some ice balls. You can easily find the ice ball … Read More...

Traveling Play Kit for Kids

Traveling Play Kit for Kids

I recently found a vintage looking suitcase at a rummage sale so I went online to find a creative way to use it for the kids. When I ran across this idea, posted by Britney on The Princess and Her … Read More...

Garden in a Glove

Garden in a Glove
If your kids want to help you in the garden, you might want to try this fun experiment with them. Let them create their own miniature greenhouse out of a plastic glove. Simply stuff each finger and the thumb of … Read More...

Goin’ on a Color Hunt

Goin' on a Color Hunt

This can be an almost instant activity for the entire family. Brittney , from The Poe Farm, decided she wanted to do a fun activity every Monday with her second born and that is what inspired her to come up … Read More...

Garden ABC Letter Hunt

Garden ABC Letter Hunt
If you are looking for a fun and easy way to bring learning outside, check out this great garden game created by Shaunna, from Fantastic Fun and Learning.  Her kids enjoyed spending time outside in the garden, so Shaunna decided … Read More...

DIY Hero Mason Jar

DIY Hero Mason Jar
I ran across this project and thought it would be a great one to make for Memorial Day. Do you agree?

Holly, from The Coconut Head’s Survival Guide, create this unique decoration using two of my favorite craft supplies — … Read More...

Magnetic Ice Science Activity

Magnetic Ice Science Activity
Try mixing together ice and magnets for a fun learning activity for the kids. You can make your own magnetic science activity using a few ice cube trays and a variety of small, magnetic items such as paper clips, pipe … Read More...

Free Printable Mother’s Day Book

Free Printable Mother's Day Book
Moms, and grandmas, love getting home made gifts for Mother’s Day. If you are looking for something sweet a child can personalize, check out this free, printable book offered by Hello, Wonderful.  You can choose from 12 pages that have … Read More...

Stixplosions

Stixplosions
Check out this amazing STEM activity shared by Ana on Babble Dabble Do. She came up with this idea to help her daughter explore more about how chain reactions work. What I love about it is that you can set … Read More...

Egg Carton Art

Egg Carton Art
I ran across this easy kids egg carton project over at Mod Podge Rocks and thought it would make a great Mother’s Day gift. Don’t you agree?

Amy found herself with an abundance of egg cartons so she thought she … Read More...

Beginning Letter Sounds Sort Game

Beginning Letter Sounds Sort Game

If you want your children to get more practice with figuring out beginning letter sounds, try this fun and easy game created by Jamie, from Hands on as We Grow. She started out by  writing the letters they were working … Read More...

Salt Dough Flower Fingerprints

Salt Dough Flower Fingerprints
When I found this project posted on the Meaningful Mama blog, my first thought was that it would make a fun Mother’s Day gift! The colorful flowers pictured here are made using salt dough that is formed into a flower … Read More...

Counting Hands Math Activity

Counting Hands Math Activity
If you plan on working on math skills with the kids, I suggest checking out these counting hands created by Deirdre, from JDaniel4’s Mom. You can use these to help show kids how to count on their fingers, along with … Read More...

Homemade Herb and Spice Play Dough

Homemade Herb and Spice Play Dough
Play dough is always a hit with kids of all ages. Play dough can be even more fun when it is homemade! Georgina, from Craftulate, took making play dough to a new level when she added herbs and spices to … Read More...

DIY Mini Foosball Table

DIY Mini Foosball Table
Next time your kids start complaining about being bored, pull out a shoe box, some clothespins, and a few basic craft supplies and teach them how to make this fun foosball game. Becky, from U Create, came up with this … Read More...

Beginning Sound Paint Sticks

Beginning Sound Paint Sticks
I love projects that give me the opportunity to recycle something I already have lying around my house — Especially if that project also ends up being educational. That project contains both of these properties. Vanessa, from Pre-K Pages, not … Read More...

DIY Number Puzzles

DIY Number Puzzles
If you would like to make some fun puzzles for the kids to play (and learn) with, check out these fun popsicle stick puzzles created by Julie from Make, Take, and Teach. Not only can kids match up the pictures, … Read More...

Garden Rock Caterpillar

Garden Rock Caterpillar
As I have been itching to get out and work in my garden, this fun project really caught my eye. Created by Nellie, and posted on her Nellie Bellie blog, suggests using this project as a way to get kids … Read More...