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 …
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?
My first thought when I saw this tutorial was ‘no way could a preschooler make paper’ but Heidi from Happiness Homemade has changed my mind.
Preschoolers will enjoy participating in many of the steps in this process — from shredding …
Today is a perfect day to make this pig craft… It is National Pig Day!
Stephanie, from Twodaloo, did this sensory activity with her toddlers, but I think all ages will enjoy painting with mud. Don’t worry, it isn’t …
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 …
On this page, Mrs. Winter shares some Seuss related crafts and activities she did with her class. She shares the easy projects they made …
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 …
Learn how you can make colorful puzzles for all your favorite kids both young and old. All you need is a piece of fabric with a large print, felt, and fusible web. You can cut simple puzzle shapes for younger …
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 …
You might want to start saving toilet paper rolls now so you can have the kids try this fun game. Nicolette from, Powerful Mothering, explains how she created this marble run using 11 toilet paper rolls, a cardboard base, tape, …
At some point in time, most of us have probably made some sort of log cabin craft in hnor of President Abraham Lincoln, but the folks at No Time For Flash Cards added a new twist to this craft. They …
The colorful feathers of this peacock are made by dotting coffee filters and bingo daubers or paint dot markers. Once the dots are on the coffee filters, they are moistened with a little water to get a watercolor design. This …
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, …
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 …