Eye Spy Alphabet Slime Recipe

If you want to practice the ABC with a reluctant learner, this project will certainly get their attention!

Follow along with the recipe shared by Crystal at Growing a Jeweled Rose, and you can whip up a batch of …

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Block Printing with Kids
If you have ever tried your hand at block printing, you know that some of the tools you have to use to carve the desired design into the block can be dangerous for kids to use. This tutorial has some …

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Homemade Spin Art
Have you ever made a painting in a spin art machine? You fit the paper into position, place a few drops of paint near the center of the paper, and flip the ON switch… Even if you don’t have one …

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Craft Stick Spring Birds
Sometimes I am truly amazed at the cuteness that can be achieved using just the most basic of craft supplies. Everyone can have a ton of fun creating unique birds using craft sticks and colorful feathers. Once they are done, …

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Foam Cup Fozzie Bear
I love the Muppets and Fozzie Bear is definately at near the top of favorite characters. It was wonderful timing running across this Fozzie Bear inspired craft now because I am hoping to go see the new Muppet movie tonight! …

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Make Your Own Contact Paper Stickers with Kids

There is something very satisfying as spending quality time crafting with children, except, maybe, spending quality time making craft supplies with children!

I love working with clear Con-Tact paper and have used it in many aspects of crafting. I have …

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How to Create a Rainbow Stained Glass Window
This amazing stained glass window was made using pieces of paper that were colored and then painted. The secret ingredient? Vegetable oil!

Jean, from the Artful Parent, had her kids doodle designs on the paper using oil pastels (but …

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String Art for Kids
Have you ever seen a completed string art project and think “I want to try that”? If you do want to try it, I suggest using these direction shared by Angie from The Chic Country Cottage. She shares the …

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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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Papermaking With Preschoolers
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 …

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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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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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Sticky Wall Rainbow
This activity, shared by Jen (from Mama.Papa.Bubba) is a great way to decorate a wall for St. Patrick’s Day or spring. Start out by drawing a rainbow and clouds on a piece of clear contact paper and hanging it …

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