Paper Roll and Handprint Bald Eagle Craft
This cute bald eagle is made with little more than a cardboard tube and paper. You simply draw a simple beak and feet and then trace around your child’s hands. Have them paint it all, including the cardboard tube and …

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Eric Carle Tissue Paper Prints
Today is the perfect day to try this Eric Carle inspired project shared by Anna from The Imagination Tree. Why? Because today is Eric Carle’s birthday!

Read through this tutorial and discover how Anna made colorful collages with her …

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Helicopter Seed Dragonfly Craft
Next time you have the kids out for a walk, look for the supplies needed to make this adorable dragonfly craft. From nature, you will need a couple ‘helicopter’ seeds from a maple tree and a twig. From your craft …

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Magnetic Craft Foam Tangrams
Learn how to make tangrams that will keep the kids entertained for quite awhile. This seven piece set can be used to make a large variety of designs. You can even do what Karin from Leigh laurel Studios did and …

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Clothespin Paper Dolls

All you need to make these fun little dolls are heavy paper and clothespins along with some paint and glue. Rubyellen, from My Cakies, designed this fun projects for her kids to make to celebrate the beginning of summer …

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Painting on Wet Glue
The finished result of this project is actually a wonderful sun catcher: however, Tammy from Housing a Forest decided to focus this post more on the process. You will hardly blame her when you see the pictures. It is obvious …

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Make Animal Tracks
You do not need to be planning a trip to a sandy beach to try out this fun activity. It can just as easily be done in a sandbox or at a playground that has sand. Follow along with Arianne’s …

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Kandinsky Citric Fizz
This activity is a fun way to combine an art history lesson and a science experiment. Brigette, from Life Lesson Plans, taught her kids about Wassily Kandinsky and chemical reactions at the same time. Many of us have done …

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You Are My Sunshine Footprint Art
The weather here has just been gorgeous and we have had more than our fair share of sunshine. I found this project and thought it would be a wonderful way to bring the sunshine indoors!

Follow these directions, shared …

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Alphabet Learning with Chalk & Rocks
Sometimes the simplest ideas can be the funnest. Dyan, from And Next Comes L, came up with this idea to give her boys a project to do with sidewalk chalk. They started off by taking a walk to gather …

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Color and Pattern Matching Game for Kids

While it may be obvious that this game would be great helping kids learn about colors and making patterns, it can also be used to practice counting. Beyond that, Amy, from The Connection We Share, discovered it was a …

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Alphabet Tunnel Play
Kristina, from Toddler Approved, made up this fun and educational game for her kids. She used colored cardstock and painters tape to create tunnels that her kids could drive their toy vehicles through. She cut the paper to the …

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Handprint Flower Pot
While Tracey, from We-Made-That.com, had her kids make these to give as Mother’s Day gifts, I think they would be wonderful to make for yourself. They would certainly dress up any patio or deck. I think I will have …

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Spring Flower Sensory Bottle
If your yard is like mine and overgrown with dandelions, discover how you can use them to entertain your little ones. You can encourage your kids to help you pick all of the dandelions in your yard and then show …

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Playdough Activity Mats

Making play dough mats has been on my to-do list for quite awhile. Pop on over to Emma Owl and you can download six shape-themed playdough mats. Print them out and laminate them and your kids can have fun …

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