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Crafty kiddos


Crafty kiddos

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how to teach kids to knit

Teaching Kids to Knit - Imagination Soup

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Christmas tree made from scrap paper!

You are my sunshine hand print picture. gift for grandparents?

Dragonfly Designs: RAK Kids ~ Week 1

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DIY school supply carousel lazy susan

Back to School Organization: DIY Lazy Susan Homework Caddy

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1/2 cup salt, 1/2 cup flour, 1/4 cup (give or take) water. Knead until dough forms. Make impression. Bake at 200 for 3 hours.

  • Anne Koski
    Anne Koski

    So hard to get those - squirmy worms!

repurposed denim pant-leg aprons

What are Liquid Watercolors and Why Would You Want Them? from Fun at Home with Kids

Finger knitting is very addictive and children love it for its simplicity and ease.

Easy Stitch Cards - teach your kids to embroider.

Crnstarch and baking soda playdough! WAY better than flour and salt.

Minecraft Inspired necklaces

Tutorial

Tie Dye patterns - DIY - How To - For the Visual Learner

Ghosts

Simple Colorful Bracelet

Fun way to make a mermaid...the hair is a child's hand print, the tail is made of fingerprints!

Julie --- this would be cute for vday or fathers day. :) Cute V-Day gift idea for grandma with a picture on the side. Red & Pink Heart Valentines Day Gift for New Dad - Baby Footprint Hearts Valentine Decor, Decoration - New Grandma Personalized Gift. $35.00, via Etsy. Jana Tubbs- next craft play date idea!

Homemade chia pets!! Love it! Trim grass hair in 10 days!

Homemade Watercolors

Painting on foil--add dish soap to paint to help it stick..

Fireworks in a Bottle: This has to be the easiest patriotic craft for preschoolers ever

gold fish hand print. (all these different ideas for using your hands and feet as templates for different animals and objects are a great way to encourage creativity and out-of-the-box, multidimensional thinking.)

Sharpie Tie Dye

grown-up printable coloring pages, sounds like good therapy.

Draw on sandpaper with crayons, iron the image on to a tshirt: i loved this project, i let my son color all over a sheet of sandpaper and cut out a 2 when he was done, remember it needs to be backwards to turn out right, then i cut out the word i'm and made him an im 2 shirt for his 2nd bday party, it turned out really nice and wasnt expensive to make