Noise Maker for Purim @amandaformaro

Noise Maker for Purim

Purim is a Jewish festival that is held in early spring and is often celebrated with masks, costumes and public celebration. It is tradition to bring along a noise maker like a grogger, or a homemade noise maker like ours, to use during the reading of the story from the Book of Esther. This noise maker […]

St. Patrick's Day Cootie Catcher

St. Patrick's Day Fortune Teller

This fun fortune teller game is commonly known as a cootie catcher. The child holding the cootie catcher is the fortune teller and other children play the game by picking numbers and/or letters when asked. In this fortune teller game, children pick a number and then have the choice of choosing a color or a […]

Cereal Box Leprechaun Trap @amandaformaro

Cereal Box Leprechaun Trap

Have some magical fun with your kids this St. Patrick’s Day and build a Leprechaun Trap! According folklore, leprechauns are small, but very, very fast! In fact, catching one is challenging, but if you are able to catch one they are obligated to be honest with you. So to find out where the leprechaun has hidden […]

Duct Tape Mardi Gras Mask by @amandaformaro

Duct Tape Mardi Gras Mask

Mardi Gras, also known as Fat Tuesday, is known for its colorful celebrations prior to Ash Wednesday when Lent begins. Mardi Gras is known for all of its beautiful colors, but traditional colors are green for faith, purple for justice and gold for power. It’s become a popular tradition to don a colorful and festive […]

Family Memory Cards by @amandaformaro

Family Memory Cards

This fun memory card activity can be kept simple as construction paper cards like I’ve made, or make them a bit sturdier by using card stock. Go so far as to use magnetic sheets, and this game turns into functioning refrigerator accessories. Use this game to help younger children match not only their colors, but […]

Four Leaf Clover Paper Plate Crown

Need a quick St. Patrick’s Day craft with little mess? This fun hat is easy to make from a paper plate and some construction paper. An alternative would be to color the paper plate with markers or crayons, eliminating the use of the glue stick and paper. Either way it’s fun, easy and fast! You […]

Winking Paper Plate Leprechaun by @amandaformaro

Winking Paper Plate Leprechaun Craft

Leprechauns are known for causing mischief and hiding their gold coins in a pot at the end of a rainbow. Leprechauns have also become a customary part of the Irish holiday, St. Patrick’s Day, which commemorates the most recognized patron saint of Ireland. Here’s a leprechaun craft that will make St. Patrick’s Day a fun […]

4 President's Day Crafts for Kids by @amandaformaro

4 Presidents' Day Crafts for Kids

Presidents’ Day is celebrated in honor of George Washington, the first U.S. president. Former President Abraham Lincoln also had a birthday in the month of February, and so Presidents’ Day has often been associated with those two presidents. However, it’s changed over the years and has also been said to celebrate the office of the […]

Cardboard Tube Bouquet of Felt Roses @amandaformaro for Kix Cereal

Cardboard Tube Bouquet of Felt Roses

Making felt roses is not as hard as you might think. In fact, they are pretty easy for elementary age kids. Preschoolers will find this a bit too challenging as their motor skills are still developing. This pretty bouquet makes a great decoration or teacher gift. Perfect for displaying on a desk! To make this […]

Cereal Box Conversation Hearts by @amandaformaro Crafts by Amanda

Kix Cereal Box Conversation Hearts

Conversation hearts have been a part of Valentine’s Day since the early 1900’s. In fact, they are so commonplace now that Valentine’s Day wouldn’t be the same without them! These easy conversation hearts make fun Valentine cards and are great for both boys and girls. These make great homemade classroom cards because they can be […]

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