Make Light Catchers
This is such a creative experiment shared by Arianne from Still Parenting. She came up with this project to encourage her kids to explore nature during the winter months, but I am sharing it now because it is an …

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Paper Bag Nest Counting Game
This time of year there are plenty of birds flying around building nests so I think this educational project is very timely.

Niccola, from An Idea on Tuesday, had some paper bags left over so she had some fun …

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Egg Heads with Grass Hair

If you want to plant something that will grow fast and also provide fun for the kids beyond the actual planting, one of these egg heads is perfect.

Have the kids draw a face on an empty egg shell, fill …

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Tissue Paper Butterfly
My daughter went through a stage where she had to save any and all tissue papers from gifts. It didn’t matter if the gift was one she opened or someone else’s. The only kind she wasn’t interested in was plain …

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Eye Spy Alphabet Slime Recipe

If you want to practice the ABC with a reluctant learner, this project will certainly get their attention!

Follow along with the recipe shared by Crystal at Growing a Jeweled Rose, and you can whip up a batch of …

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Stamped Flower Craft with Corks and Buttons

Discover how easy it is to make lovely flowers using corks and buttons. No, you don’t use corks as part of the flower…  You use then to make colorful prints that you turn into flowers!

Jacky from Happy Hooligans explains …

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Spring in a Bottle
Have you started planting in your garden yet? Even if it is too cold to plant where you live, you can get your hands dirty and get some seeds started. Follow these suggestions and tips and you will have plants …

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First Day of Spring
If you are going to be cleaning out your craft room or cupboard as a part of your spring cleaning routine, you can donate any unwanted yarn to the birds. Fill an empty suet feeder full of small pieces of …

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Two Simple Shamrock Games
While Allison, from No Time for Flashcards, created these games for her kindergartener, they can be easily modified for younger and older children. She used craft foam supplies she found at the dollar store to make both of these …

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Alphabet Sounds Fishing and Matching Game
Not only can you use this homemade game to teach young kids the alphabet, you can use it to encourage older children to spell words. Anna was inspired to make this project when she got a great deal on a …

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Felt Weather Board
Learn how to make this wonderful weather board that you can use to teach kids about weather. They can move around the felt pieces depending on what the current weather conditions are or they can try to predict the weather …

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Spring Forward Craft
When you go to bed tonight, you should set your clock forward one hour because daylight savings time begins at 2:00 am tomorrow. This is why I chose to share a clock related craft today!

I was looking for a …

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Bee Theme Number Matching Game

These adorable bees, made out of chenille stems and pom-poms, will happily help your kids practice counting; however, I think they are adorable enough to use for other uses. Perhaps make them into magnets to hang on the refrigerator?

Carissa, …

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Make a Polar Bear

I read that today is International Polar Bear Day so why not celebrate by making a polar bear craft or two or three or four?

Handprint Polar Bear Craft
To make this polar bear you simply paint the palm or …

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Fairytale Storytelling Basket

Did you know that today is Tell a Fairy Tale Day? It is the perfect excuse to try this simple activity.

Anna, from The Imagination Tree, shares how she created a custom story basket for reading time. This basket …

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