I love the idea of this game. My 4 year old is on the verge of early reading, and I have not yet worked on sight words with her. Head on over to Come Together Kids to see how to …
This craft is perfect on so many levels. It is artistic in that it will open you and your child’s eyes to what is around you. It is educational for young children to learn their letters through their surroundings while …
Here is a great craft for kids to make and then use during their playtime. My girls love putting our blankets on their head and shouting, “Rapunzel! Rapunzel! Let down your hair!” Head on over to Silly Eagle Books for …
Head on over to the Chocolate Muffin Tree for a great tutorial on how to make this bird and nest artwork with your children! I love how her children made every part of this craft. She also has a book …
While surfing around Filth Wizardy, I just had to share with you her incredible idea of adding words and letters to Duplo Blocks. My daughter will learn anything when she doesn’t think she is actually learning…playing with blocks is a …
This mailbox has all the things your child will need to write letters to family and friends. Visit hotcakes to find out how to set one up for your child.
Confessions of a Homeschooler shows you how to make a great phonics learning tool. I love the game she comes up with too!
This cute little craft to make kites goes along with the book The Flyaway Kite…adorable. Mama Jenn is where you can find how she did it!
This craft is perfect for inspiring your middle school or high school student to journal.
Journaling can be so theraputic as well as help to encourage imagination and personal expression.I Love to Create Blog shows you how to make …
As I was looking over the rest of Smart Bottom Enterprises site, I had to post about this…personalized ABC books. What a great gift for your child at the end of a great learning year…can’t wait to get started!
This project would be so great for a imagination art lesson! Kids can be so creative with their color choice, button placement etc… Click on over to Think Crafts to see how to do it!