Dig around in the recycling bin. Check out those leftover art supplies. What can you retool into an extra-cool extraterrestrial?
Sometimes it actually is okay to play with your food. Turning waffles into board games, and blueberries and Kix cereal into playing pieces, certainly makes waking up much more fun. And the math and logic skills hidden in these games are an extra bonus. How to play waffle games: You will need: Waffles* […]
A light box is really easy to make. In fact, there are no crafting skills required. A light box can provide hours of fun and can even come in handy for adults on occasion! You will need a few supplies that you can pick up at any discount department store. To make your own light […]
Make an all-new kind of open-face sandwich, or add a little personality to a plate of pasta. What can you create with tonight’s menu?
Whether you’re camping in the woods or in your own backyard these simple, fun camp crafts are a great way to keep little ones engaged and busy while enjoying the great outdoors! The campfire pit isn’t a place for kids to play, but they can make their own to roast as many pretend marshmallows as […]
Does this craft bring you back? Even if you never made a shadow puppet theater from a cereal box, you’ve definitely made shadow puppets on the wall with your hands. This cereal box theater allows your kids to put on a fun shadow puppet show in front of a live audience! Have them invite some […]
Pancake pops are a yummy, complete breakfast that kids (and grown-ups) can hold in their hand. Crushed Kix adds just the right flavor and texture, and maple syrup adds just the right sweetness. The lollipop sticks are optional, but not in my world. Sticks make food way more fun, so when in doubt, add a […]
The colors, the crisp air, the piles of leaves just waiting for a good jump or two. Time to head out for a fall hike!
This just might change your life. Or if not your life, at least make your day. One-step frozen yogurt pops! You can make one or a dozen in a jiffy, keeping them in the freezer until needed. You will need: Individual yogurt cups Wood popsicle sticks Kix cereal 1. Simply pop the sticks through the […]
Kids love to play with their food, so why not combine the creative fun of art and a favorite snack? You’ll need yogurt (or peanut butter), cereal, and dried or fresh fruit. First, place a large dollop of yogurt or peanut butter on a plate. Then, spread evenly to create the work surface. If you […]