Mini Mardi Gras Parade Float
Is there a Mardi Gras parade near you? If not, why not gather together all your friends, family, neighbors, and/or classmates to hold your own parade?

Have everyone design their own miniature floats using a shoe box or something similar. …

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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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Make Your Own Plastic
You are never too old to learn something new! I had no idea that you could make your own plastic using milk and vinegar, did you?

After finding the directions in a book, Sarah from Frugal Fun 4 Boys tried …

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There’s a Wocket in my Pocket Activities

I love this activity that can be done in conjunction with reading There’s a Wocket in my Pocket by Dr. Seuss. Follow the directions shared by Jillian, from A mom With A Lesson Plan, and you can make a …

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Kid's Coins

Ellen Luckett Baker created this project with her kids after explaining to her children why President’s Day is celebrated. After looking at president’s that were pictured on different coins, they decided to make their own coins using shrink plastic.

While …

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Dental Craft For Child Health Month

February is Child Dental Health Month and a great way to celebrate is to use this project to teach kids about their teeth and dental hygiene. All you need is pink construction paper and miniature marshmallows! Also included on this …

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Mini Olympics Ice Hockey and Figure Skating

If you have a family full of hockey fans, like mine, you can make your own miniature hockey rink and challenge each other to hockey games while you watch the Olympic hockey games. You can even make your own fans …

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Olympic Ring Collage

This is a great, Olympic-themed project to work on with a group. Cut rings out of thin cardboard, paint them the appropriate colors, and then have fun finding items to glue to each ring. Collage items can include tissue paper, …

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Sound Matching Valentine Hearts

Besides being a reason to give candy and cards to your friends and sweeties, you can use Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to help kids practice letter and sound recognition. Mandi, from Moments With Mandi blog, shows how easy it …

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Textured Groundhog Puppet Craft

This project doesn’t have to made exclusively for Groundhog’s day because this puppet will brighten any day. Older kids can do it all by themselves and younger kids can do it with just a little help. This is a wonderful …

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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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The photo styling is probably the best seller when it comes to this tutorial. The photos are amazing. Not sure the baby would be too impressed when it landed on it’s face but until then he/she is completely mesmerized.  This …

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Am I  the only parent who has not taken their kids to see this film yet? (Frozen by Disney) I am starting to feel like I missed out on something wonderful, magical.

This play based activity is sure to engage …

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Maths in our house is one of the lessons my kids fight me on before I even get the paper and pencils out. It’s a shame because they are actually quite good at it. (Well some days). This would be …

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Chinese New Year 2014 is on January 31st which means you still have time to grab these 10 great books from the Library. Teaching your children about other cultures is always fun and always educational. Grab some Chinese food, sit

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