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 …
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 …
Have everyone design their own miniature floats using a shoe box or something similar. …
On this page, Mrs. Winter shares some Seuss related crafts and activities she did with her class. She shares the easy projects they made …
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 …
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 …
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 …
Rainbow band jewelry is all the rage. You can buy a loom to make your own bracelets, if you can find one (yes – they are that popular), or you can try your hand at making one without a loom. …
Ellen Luckett Baker created this project with her kids after explaining to her children why President’s Day is celebrated. After looking at president’s that were pictured on different coins, they decided to make their own coins using shrink plastic.
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, …
Many of us have made silhouette pictures, but I have never seen them made as part of a President’s Day project. Usually, if they are going to be associated with a holiday it would be Groundhogs Day (when we talk …
If you have a family full of hockey fans, like mine, you can make your own miniature hockey rink and challenge each other to hockey games while you watch the Olympic hockey games. You can even make your own fans …
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 …