Paper Roll and Handprint Bald Eagle Craft
This cute bald eagle is made with little more than a cardboard tube and paper. You simply draw a simple beak and feet and then trace around your child’s hands. Have them paint it all, including the cardboard tube and …

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Eric Carle Tissue Paper Prints
Today is the perfect day to try this Eric Carle inspired project shared by Anna from The Imagination Tree. Why? Because today is Eric Carle’s birthday!

Read through this tutorial and discover how Anna made colorful collages with her …

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Make a Fairy House
Today is International Fairy Day so I thought it would be a great excuse to have the kids make their own miniature fairy house and garden. This is a great tutorial because most I have seen online are more geared

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Helicopter Seed Dragonfly Craft
Next time you have the kids out for a walk, look for the supplies needed to make this adorable dragonfly craft. From nature, you will need a couple ‘helicopter’ seeds from a maple tree and a twig. From your craft …

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How to do Finger Knitting
Did you know that you can knit without using knitting needles? Follow along with the great tutorial shared at Little Bird SOS and learn how to knit using only your finger and some yarn. Once you learn how, you can …

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National Flip Flop Day Projects
Today is National Flip Flop Day… How about celebrating by dressing up a pair of plain flip-flops. When I was trying to think of what I could use to decorate flip-flops, one of the first thing that popped into my …

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Water Bottle Sculpture
This creative project is a great way to encourage kids to use their creativity and it is also a great way to recycle plastic bottles. Use Vicki’s suggestions, shared in this blog post, but also make sure you let …

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Clothespin Paper Dolls

All you need to make these fun little dolls are heavy paper and clothespins along with some paint and glue. Rubyellen, from My Cakies, designed this fun projects for her kids to make to celebrate the beginning of summer …

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Plaster of Paris Sand Prints
If you are headed to the beach anytime soon, you might want to grab some craft supplies to take with you. Read through this tutorial and learn how Jen from Balancing Beauty & Bedlam and her family created unique souvenirs …

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Painting on Wet Glue
The finished result of this project is actually a wonderful sun catcher: however, Tammy from Housing a Forest decided to focus this post more on the process. You will hardly blame her when you see the pictures. It is obvious …

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Crepe Paper Flag Craft
Start planning for 4th of July now by making a large flag just like this one shared by Jodi from Meaningful Mama. Hang it up in honor of Flag Day (June 14th) and leave it in place until Independence …

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Crayon Name Storytelling Activity
Nothing is quite as inspiring as a new box of crayons…  Discover how Jill, from A Mom With a Lesson Plan, used a new box of crayons to encourage her kids to write their own stories.

She started out …

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Wind-Up Paper Butterflies
This craft caught my eye because it is very timely, at least where I live. Now that we have some flowers blooming and nice weather, we have started seeing a variety of colorful butterflies.  These colorful butterflies make me want …

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Make Animal Tracks
You do not need to be planning a trip to a sandy beach to try out this fun activity. It can just as easily be done in a sandbox or at a playground that has sand. Follow along with Arianne’s …

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Kandinsky Citric Fizz
This activity is a fun way to combine an art history lesson and a science experiment. Brigette, from Life Lesson Plans, taught her kids about Wassily Kandinsky and chemical reactions at the same time. Many of us have done …

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