I HEART CRAFTY THINGS: Paper Plate Hippopotamus
DIY Earthworm Observation Tower: Hands on science for toddlers and preschoolers
Science for Kids: DIY Giant Worm Observation Tower
Did you see these super cute jellyfish on page 122 in our August issue? Lisa Storms and her son Owen made them from paper plates. They are really easy to make! Here’s how: Paint the bottom of a paper bowl with watercolors. Trim eyes from cardstock using kid-friendly scissors. Don’t have cardstock on hand? Draw [...]
How to Make Your Own Jellyfish | I Scrap, U Scrap
Paper Plate Tropical Fish - Crafts by Amanda
How to make a Bottle rocket
How to make a Bottle rocket | Science Sparks
A Rainbow of Me!
A Rainbow of Me St. Patrick's Day Craft
Printable Abstract Coloring pages | @Lilli Thompson Thompson English Scott, this reminds me of you.
This is what I was telling you about. Pretend make-up from nail polish, so she can't actually put it on her face. makes a fun pretend toy for a little girl!
Kerr-afty Creations: Pretend Make-up from Nail Polish
Lots of free pages. So cute!
Foam Dough = Shaving Cream + Corn Starch |
Remove stickers from canvas to reveal your child's work of art. Excuse our mess, we're making memories. I like this idea better than the one where you just make it pristine.
Color by number coloring pages
Fish craft! Thanks to magnets hidden under the lid, this goldfish shimmies, quivers, and floats in its jam-jar bowl just like the real thing.
3 Things to Do With Jars | Crafts | Spoonful
Another pinner says:My kids love getting mail and making things for each other. Great idea! Mailboxes for each family member - write notes to each other. Great practice for early writers! Also can do it for Valentine's Day and Christmas. Kids can discover surprises in their mailboxes from mom/dad and siblings
Family Mail Center
Homemade window clings! White school glue, liquid dish soap, food coloring, glitter (optional), bowls, paintbrushes, wooden skewer (optional), plastic page protector, template (optional)