Kids, both young and old, will have a blast making suncatchers that are perfect for adding some color to a window or to give as a gift. These suncatchers are made by placing pony beads in metal cookie cutters and …
My Kids Make submitted this post to Craft Gossip, but I didn’t have a chance to post it before Mother’s Day due to becoming a mother for a 3rd time! I love these bracelets, and I have actually made an …
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 …
Creative Jewish Mom shows you how to use those plastic lids to make great art with your children!…
This craft could easily be made into a tween craft by just changing the type of beads you use…but for the little ones, this is a great dexterity craft. Check out Zakka Life for the how to!
I see these beads in almost every craft and toy store I go into… The Spotted Canary has some great ideas in addition to this tree on how to use these beads.
What a great idea to spark creativity by …
Keeping children’s fingers busy with projects can be a tough task. If you are looking to fill some time with a great project, check out Sparta Savings and see how she does this bead craft!
This craft would be great for teaching the order of the colors, or just helping with dexterity for children. Check out Charlotte’s Fancy to see how. You could even do pink and red for Valentine’s Day!
Planet Forward has a great kid friendly craft over at their blog that shows you how to recycle plastic bags into beads for jewelry…check it out!
Smart-Bottom Enterprises has a great project for you to do with you children who are about 5 and up. This is a great project for hand/eye coordination, and it forces some together time with you and your child…love it!…
I love these place card holders by Summer Sky. Using clay, beads and wire, you can make a cute festive holder made by your kids!
Given that this is a lesson plan page, I thought this homemade Abacus craft was perfect! So simple yet, great for learning. Head on over to Our Busy Homeschool for the how to and materials needed.