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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Fabric Scrap Quilts for Kids to Make
Maybe I am drawn to this project because I love quilting and fabric. I also hate the idea of throwing fabric scraps, no matter how small they are, and this is a great excuse to save them to be used …

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Paint Chip Shamrocks
Please don’t think I am weird, but anytime I walk by the paint section at a store I am drawn to the paint chips. I just want to take one of each paint chip card they have. Am I alone …

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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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Leprechaun Headband Craft
Such a creative way to use a styrofoam cone… By just looking at the picture, I would have never guessed that is what this miniature hat was made out of!

Why not gather together everyone you know for some St. …

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Ombre Clover Pinch Proof Shirt
If you have ever found yourself digging through your closet on St. Patricks’ Day searching for something green to where but have come up empty handed, you just may want to make one of these fashionable shirts. Angie, from The

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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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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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Oh, The Places You'll Go Balloon
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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Leprechaun Paper Plate Craft
With St. Patrick’s Day coming soon, I figured I would start searching around for related projects. While there are many things associated with this Irish holday, leprechauns have to be at the top of the list.

Of all the leprechaun …

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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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Make Your Own Play Doh Picture Mats
Get kids coloring in a different way, filling in the lines with Play Doh! You don’t have to be an artist to be able to make these reusable, laminated pictures — simply follow these little drawing tricks shared by Lisa …

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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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