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I ran across this gem and had to share just in time for Dr. Seuss’ birthday!

On this page, Mrs. Winter shares some Seuss related crafts and activities she did with her class. She shares the easy projects they made …

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If your little one is obsessed with Space (my kids are) then you are going to love this run down of the best books by BoyMamaTeacher Mama.

Being able to “teach” your kids whilst captivating their interest can take …

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A Crafty Crow Shares her bloggers round-up of books with matching crafts. The perfect addition to your homeschooling or summer activities list.  Visit the Crafty Crow for the list of tutorials to go with each book title above. You could …

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silouhette1Here is a great lesson plan on how to use silhouette paper cuttings when teacher younger children. It encourages fine hand motor skills and cutting skills. She based her ideas on the book The Amazing Paper Cuttings of Hans Christian …

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TVHC1I think I have read The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle over 100 times. Each time I have a child, I am amazed at how drawn to this book they are. This rock painting project is the perfect way …

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littleducks1Red Ted Art is one of the most creative, kid-friendly, fun crafters on the internet today. She happens to have a book entitled Red Ted Art: Cute and Easy Crafts for Kids coming out soon, which I would love to …

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eggart1Here is a great holiday craft to go along with a classic book for children, Rechenka’s Eggs by Patricia Palacco.  The eggs are so beautiful in the book, and this craft will allow your child to feel like they are …

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bird-wand-close-up2There is something so magical about Spring. Flowers blooming, fresh air and creativity abounds. Have fun celebrating Spring with your kids by making these adorable Spring Wands! This family made the wands to go along with a book called Emeraldalicious

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bookmarks1My children already love to tear paper into a million little pieces, what a great way to turn their love of shredding into art!  I also love that this family has a ‘create box’! You can find the tutorial over …

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Crafty Kids Book Tote

This book tote is perfect for library trips, or even just a stroll to the park to read a good book under an oak tree. Your child will love to put their own spin on this bag. You can find …

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Floral bookplateWe have a large children’s book library in our home, and these bookplates are perfect for them! You can get these adorable book plates from my poppet…and print as many as you need! You will probably also want to …

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This month’s featured author is an amazing one, Amy Krouse Rosenthal. Any book you check out from the library of hers will not disappoint you. You can get so many inspiring ideas by heading over to the Virtual Kids Book …

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These bookends are just adorable and can be  colored to match any decor in your childs room or in their little library book area. You can find the simple tutorial over at We Made That.

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There is nothing sweeter than a little wrist with a fun bracelet on it. I love looking at those cute little fingers and how the little one wearing the bracelet is just in awe and so proud of the jewelery …

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Craft Stick Pencil Bookmarks by CraftsbyAmanda.comThis amazing idea by Amanda {Our Home and Garden Editor} is one of my favorites yet! I love how bright and fun the pencils came out! You can find the tutorial over at her personal site, Crafts by Amanda.

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