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Easy and fun springtime masks for the little bunnies in our lives...

Your child will love this craft that creates colorful rainbows — with the help of a comb! This project combines fine motor skills with color theory and brightens anyone's day!

Any boy or girl will love cutting circles and painting on a canvas — just like a real artist!

Make a coffee table album of your child's artwork, using these templates from Paislee Press #fudgebananaswirl

Glow in the dark Valentine with friendship bracelet #DIY #Valentines #cards Printable Valentine's //

Easy DIY Cardboard Christmas Trees

printable DIY weather station for kids

Are we there yet? Make these fun travel packs for road trips and plane trips.

DIY Animal Pompoms @Ashley Walters Goldberg make this happen

Friendship Bracelets Back in the 80s, we loved making these bracelets and swapping them with our best friends. This summer, teach your kids the art of friendship bracelet making and they’ll be occupied for hours. Use neon colors like these for a modern twist on the retro classic.

Asking Good Questions That Encourage Creative Thinking: Consider the difference - “What colour is this (autumn) leaf?” versus”When the leaves change colour, how does the new colour get into the leaf?” Post includes lots of examples for rephrasing questions to encourage creative thinking.

d.i.y. wednesday: fairy architecture I will have these all over my future garden for my children to believe in fairies!

Four Fantastic Summertime Kids Crafts!

Art my Kid made app - organize + share your kids' artwork. So smart!

amazing treehouse, step by step

DIY Travel packs for road trips with kids! Each treat box spaced out the goodies for the journey. For instance, the child could have a bag of goodies once they “saw a deer”, “had been driving an hour”, “had a nap”, “saw 15 red cars,” etc. Almost like a scavenger hunt

Free Printable Road Trip Activity Pack! Just print, slide into a binder and use it again and again.

Anatomy for Kids: Teaching from the Inside Out...

Autumn Scavenger Hunt: I took this idea and made my own for older kids. I put a point value next to each item so we could break out in groups and make it more competitive. I included things like: Take a picture around a large tree, write down the address of a house with smoke coming from the chimney, etc. Fun to do before/ after Thanksgiving dinner?