Accordion Folded Spring Flower Collage
I love making collages with children – especially when you use a variety of different mediums. Their creativity can just be amazing when you give them a suggestions and a handful of supplies.

The flowers here are attached to a …

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Spring Forward Craft
When you go to bed tonight, you should set your clock forward one hour because daylight savings time begins at 2:00 am tomorrow. This is why I chose to share a clock related craft today!

I was looking for a …

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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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All these fun Nature crafts come from our sister site Craftbits.com.

Painted Rocks -
Rose Petal notebook -
Texture Tree -
Twig Canvas
Seashell Wind-chime
Moss Picture Frame

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This Weather Roundup gives you 13 activities for your Weather themed lesson plan. The sunshine hand print plate would have to be one of my favorite as it can be made in a group or independently.

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Let me just warn you before you begin. You are going to make these, not just one but lot’s why? Because they are so darn cute. Once you get the technique down you are going to want to make blue …

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If you put a bunch of tweens together and hand them this kit you are sure to invite some imaginative active play. I love the idea of this kit being hands on. Forgot spy games on computers, forget spy …

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fairy1Every year, I usually post about someone’s amazing Fairy Garden. This year, I decided to post about this adorable fairy garden that even includes a fairy lamp and fairy letter stones. Creating fairy gardens and homes with your children is …

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spring cookieA few years back I bought a huge box of random cookie cutters. This is the perfect project to pull them all out and see what patterns would make great bird feeders! You can find the tutorial over at We

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verticaltitle1It’s that time of the year where nature walks are really enjoyable. The mosquitoes aren’t yet at their peak and either is the heat. Collect some nature items and make these fun nature necklaces! Head over to Twodaloo for the …

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ButterflyTitle1Here is a great post that shows how to make these adorable butterfly suncatchers using sticks for the body that also is a roundup for other suncatcher crafts! The roundup is geared towards toddler crafts. Head over to Twodaloo for …

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mayday1Today is May Day! Let’s celebrate by making some baskets and welcoming Spring Flowers!! Little ones will love putting little pieces of nature into their baskets! You can find the info over at The Vintage Umbrella.

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treasure jar1These little treasure jars are perfect to welcome Spring and encourage your kids to get out and check out your garden! You can find the tutorial at Empress of Dirt.

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flower-craft-roundup1Buggy and Buddy has a great compilation of some of the best flower crafts out there! I love springtime, and making crafts seems to go right along with my urge to spring clean! Head over to Buggy and Buddy for …

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planter1Since I live in Florida, strawberry season is coming to an end…but pretty much anywhere else in the country, the season is still ahead! You can make these adorable strawberry planters with your children, and introduce them to green living! …

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