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Projects with Kiddos

Projects with Kiddos

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Color with crayons and then fill in the white space with black water color

Craftberry Bush: Cactus made of painted rocks - a children's craft

#DIY #Paper #diamond

Fun and easy DIY wind chimes you can make using items from the recycling bin!

DIY Wind Chimes | Handmade Charlotte

FREE printable valentine puppets {you are my fave} check out the link...these are adorable!

valentine puppets are my fave

Make Rock faces

6 Ways To Paint A Rock by Handmade Charlotte | CCS

water gun painting - genius!!

Fun Summer Art Project - Water Gun Painting - Somewhat Simple

alisaburke: paper leaves -- really cute idea. Have the kids make big messy art, then use it to make the leaves. Would make a good Easter tree!

FREE printable 3D woodland animals (with tutorial)

How to make a Bouncy Ball... Kids LOVE making and playing with these #kids #crafts

The 36th AVENUE | How to Make a Bouncy Ball

Glue Snowflakes. Lay wax paper over snowflake template. Draw lines with glue. Sprinkle w/glitter. Dry overnight. Peel when dry.

paper snowflakes cuts

New Christmas Printables in the Shop! with DIY cardboard Christmas house!

paper snowflake patterns | best stuff

Use found fall leaves to make a whimsical alphabet with your kids.

Make your own owl mask with this downloadable pattern.

Pour bubble solution into several cups. Add 5 drops of food coloring to each cup. Dip bubble wands into the colorful solutions and blow bubbles onto plain white paper. Allow the bubbles to settle and burst on their own)

Origami bat Halloween decoration at How About Orange

DIY fox marionnette

Blast off with a homemade rocket. #KidsStuffWorld

If you write a letter to your child's favorite Disney character they will right back and send an autographed picture. This is the address.

Cool art project for kids

Make Cardboard Sea Creatures [free printable].

GOOD IDEA: Use a marker that can write on glass, such as a Sharpie pen, to draw on bulbs. The bulb will look pretty, plus it will make patterns on the wall when the light is on.

Ideas magazine - Timeline Photos | Facebook

Shut the Box - Once your kids get hooked on this classic strategy game, you'll want to have dice, paper, and a pen with you any time you leave the house.