I know what you’re thinking… “I remember making one of those when I was a kid!” Well, guess what? Your mom, and maybe even your grandmother remember making one too, in one form or another. This classic and nostalgic craft will be popular with your kids too! Children love to make music and create sounds. […]
Snack trays make at home movies so much more fun. It’s just like being in a movie theater! Combine that with a fun DIY craft project and you have a full afternoon of activities! Start with an empty cereal box and cut a piece out of the side. Leave a bit of a lip for […]
Have you ever wondered how plants are able to feed themselves from the ground upward? It’s called “capillary action”, which means the movement of water within a porous material, like a plant’s roots, or in our case, a paper towel! This fun science project is great for teaching kids about how plants feed, and it’s […]
Rainy days, or really hot days, can make indoor play a challenge for both parents and kids. This fun Paper Plate Fruit Craft from craftsbyamanda is a great way to keep everyone busy – and happy. It’s also an awesome way to teach kids about new fruits, like kiwi!
Instead of tossing your empty cereal box in the recycle bin, save it to make this fun robot kid craft! Just think of all the recycled items in your kitchen that you could use to build your own creation. Vegetable cans and soda cans are great for legs and a head, while paper towel tubes […]
Bubble art is a fun way to bring out your kid’s inner artist (and it’s less mess!). It’s easy: Mix food coloring and water into a bit of dish soap. Then use a straw to blow bubbles. Pick the bubbles up with the straw, and place over a sheet of paper. Then make art!
Looking for easy kid-friendly storage? Reuse disposable mop cloth boxes as storage bins! They have a clear lid, stack great, and are easy to open – perfect for kids!
This easy DIY craft is perfect for little hands on rainy days! Directions: Parents, mix together the following ingredients on the stove over medium heat for 1-2 minutes: 1/2 c. salt 1 c. flour 2 t. cream of tartar 1 c. water 1 T. oil food coloring Then have some fun with your family shaping […]
What are your kids making dad for Father’s Day? Try shaving cream art!
Be more creative this summer with KiX! To make these butterflies, take a sandwich bag and fill it halfway with KiX. Fold the bag closed, and tie it at its center with a pipe cleaner to make two wings. Clip on a clothespin decorated like a butterfly’s body, and you’ll have a KiX bug everyone […]