This bee craft is a great starting point for an entire lesson on pollination! I love the simplicity of this craft. Beyond a Garden shows you how to make them. She made one for each of her preschoolers and they ‘buzzed’ …
This kids craft is perfect for Earth Day in that you can use your best ‘or worst’ junk mail to make them! Why not make these cute little pendants and rings, and wear them on Earth Day to remind yourself …
What better way to teach your children about responsibility for our earth than creating art through eco-friendly materials and recyclables. I love the modernness of this project, definitely would look great framed in my children’s room! Head on over to …
This project is perfect for teaching your children about sustainability and Earth Day. Alphamom has a great tutorial for this beautiful natural project.…
A while back, My Kids Make did a great Heart String Valentines Project. This is a take-off of that, and the result is adorable. Your children will love to use their own creative ability and imagination to create …
Gwenny Penny has a great photo journal which documents a craft she and her daughter completed from a Family Fun magazine craft ( which I also must agree, has some of the best crafts out there for kids!) I love …
I love the simplicity yet functionality of this bird feeder. Even though February was National Bird Feeding Month, I’m sure the birds won’t mind if we are a little late in giving them a little attention now. My children love …
I love the streamers at the bottom of these TP Bird Feeders. You can find the tutorial over at Creative Jewish Mom.
No Time For Flashcards is a great resource for young children’s crafts and book projects. Children should have fun going on a leaf hunt to find what leaves they want on their tree.
Searching for items for your kids to use for crafts? Look no further than their lunchbox! Alpha Mom has such a cute idea (eco-friendly too) for re-using many plastics and other items that would normally be thrown away in the …
Natural-Kids shows you how you AND your children can make dream catchers out of items you probably in or around your home! She even mentions tying this activity into a geometry unit!! Awesome.…
Note: Parental supervision is definitely required for this activity.…
I think this craft is great for encouraging summer time reading…and being outdoors finding beautiful flowers! Head over to Think Crafts for the how to by Gillian!
This project is so cute and perfect for many ages! Visit Paper Crafts for Children to see how!