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 […]

Pot O' Gold Rainbow Salt Art

Spread cheer and good luck to those around you, and hand out some rainbows-in-a-jar. You can easily make your own sand art with baby food jars, table salt and food coloring. Top the jars with a pot o’ gold lid and these colorful good luck charms will bring smiles this St. Patrick’s Day. While the […]

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 […]

Fun kid activity: personalize a pillowcase

Personalize a Pillowcase Kid's Party

Looking for a unique party theme for your kid’s next sleepover? Then have a pillowcase personalization party! With all the fabric-decorating markers available today, it’s easy for kids to create a pillowcase to call their own. What you need for a pillowcase personalization party: Pillowcases, plain and light colored (100% cotton may be recommended — […]

Dollar store kids' craft: Door Hanger Chore Chart

Dollar Store Craft: Door Hanger Chore Chart

Here’s an easy way to keep track of which chores have been done: a door hanger chore chart! Make a different hanger for each child, and don’t forget to make one for yourself while you’re at it! The best part is that you can craft this simple project with stuff you find at the dollar […]

Paper plate clock craft

Paper Plate Clock Craft

Make a fun craft that will help your kids learn all you need to know about telling time: a paper plate clock! This craft uses supplies you already have on hand, or can find at the dollar store. You can find paper plates, brads and letter stickers at the dollar store. If you want to […]

Recycled craft for kids: Kix cereal box accordion album

Recycled Craft: Cereal Box Accordion Album

Done with your cereal box? Then turn it into a recycled craft like an accordion album — a simple handmade book that can be filled with photos, drawings, or a special message for a friend. In addition to using recycled cereal boxes, this craft is a great way to use up scratch paper, bits of […]

4 Ways to Organize with Cereal Boxes

Family organization is an on going process. Finding what works for you and your family can take time and sometimes money. Here are 4 great organization ideas that you can create using items you already have at home! 1. School Work Organizer You’ll need a cereal box, scissors, paper (roll paper works best), adhesive and […]

Kix Cereal Bracelets

I think making your own edible jewelry is a rite of passage for kids. Making edible bracelets out of cereal is not only a better alternative to stringing candy, but pieces of Kix are just the right size to mimic beads. A tapestry needle and elastic cord are all you’ll need to string cereal. Tapestry […]

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