I love this activity that can be done in conjunction with reading There’s a Wocket in my Pocket by Dr. Seuss. Follow the directions shared by Jillian, from A mom With A Lesson Plan, and you can make a …
How adorable are these little terracotta pots of Halloween Joy. Each one is made using a Glove and some pipecleaners.
For the full tutorial visit Craftsncoffee.com.
Kids always want to make grown up things, and this tutorial allows them to make something a little more complex looking than a simple kids craft.
This fun tutorial looks difficult but is perfect for tweens. As long as your …
My daughter is right at the age where she absolutely loves anything that has to do with sewing. Often times, I fear that she is too young to use the sharp needles or do intricate sewing projects. I feel like …
This could possibly be my favorite project of the year! What a great way to teach your children sewing techniques while using their imagination…the possibilities are endless. You are going to want to head over to The Magic Onions right …
Sometimes the thought of letting my child go on my sewing machine really freaks me out…ok, all the time, I’m a control freak, what can I say? But this little cuff bracelet may be just the thing that I …
Looleedoo is one of the most creative kid craft sites out there. They use simple materials and always make the most amazing creations! This Oatmeal train is no exception.
My children are always carrying things around the house because they feel attached to them for a period of time. These softies made our of children’s artwork may never be put down. Mother * Lode shows you an amazing …
This project is perfect for a child just getting into stitching. Teach Kids Art shows you the simple pattern and how to!
This is a great first sewing project for kids…I knew my foam sheets would come in handy! Visit Skip to My Lou for the how to!
Bloesom Kids has to be one of the most creative and artsy craft sites out there. Here, they show you how to make a cozy for your eggs!! Brilliant.
Craftzine.com has a great idea to use shelf liners to teach children beginning embroidery. Check out what they do here!
The Mother Huddle has a really cute lacing card idea. She includes the free printables for you as well!
Makes and Takes offers up a great idea for a first time stitching project for your child. See how its done! Perfect for the winter season…