These cupcake liner flowers are fun, beautiful, and so easy to make! Design a whole garden for a great spring decoration! Supplies: Cupcake Liner (any color or pattern of your choosing)School GlueCraft StickGreen Paint and a PaintbrushCenterpiece of your choice (button, pom-pom, sticker, etc.)Green Construction PaperScissorsMarkers, optional Instructions: If choosing to decorate the cupcake liner,… Continue reading Spring Craft for Kids: Easy Cupcake Liner Flowers
I absolutely LOVE this time of year! It may have something to do with the fact that my birthday is around the corner... But seriously, I love February. I love that we're finally into the new year and the heavy food holidays are over. I love that...
Kids love to destroy things! At least, that how we see it as adults... But there's really a very normal developmental phenomenon happening in those instances. They're learning about their own power, cause and effect, and what parts make up larger objects. Tear art is a great way to allow this type of learning and… Continue reading Winter Craft for Kids: Tear-Art Snowman
This Christmas will look very different for many of us this year. Most of us will be home stuck inside because of the chilly winter weather. I know we're all getting a little impatient with each other and feeling on-edge. To help keep you and your kiddos sane, I've got some simple, some not-so simple,… Continue reading Indoor Christmas-Themed Crafts and Activities for Kids
Halloween may be different this year, but that doesn't mean we can't create some spooky holiday decorations to display in our homes. These glittery spiderwebs and spiders are the perfect touch to any glamorous haunted house. Supplies: School glueWax paperGlitter Instructions: https://youtu.be/wDDpMVm-eJs On a sheet of wax paper, draw a spiderweb using glue. Make sure… Continue reading Halloween Craft for Kids: Glittery Spiderweb Decoration (Plus, a Fuzzy Spider)
Fall is here! There are so many great fall crafts to do with your nanny kids, but this popsicle stick scarecrow is one of my favorites. Though it requires some adult assistance, it's a pretty simple craft using items you probably already have in your craft bin. Supplies: Popsicle Sticks (You can use any size… Continue reading Fall Craft for Kids: Popsicle Stick Scarecrow Decoration
Supplies: Cardstock PaperBlack Marker (or printout of four-leaf clover)ScissorsSchool GluePaintbrush, optionalGreen Glitter Instructions: Draw or print a four-leaf clover on a piece of cardstock paperDrizzle the glue over the paper or use a paintbrush to create a pattern with the glueGenerously sprinkle glitter over the paperGently tilt the paper into a trash can (or container,… Continue reading St. Patrick’s Day Craft for Kids: Four-Leaf Clover
Winter is here, but the holidays are over. Now what? Show off your creativity by...
I seriously can't believe 2019 is almost over! Maybe it's just me, but this year went by way too fast. This decade went by way too fast. I hope the 2020s bring you all things wonderful, and that you...
Thanksgiving is approaching! (I can't believe it's already November!) Kick off the festivities with some creative and colorful crafts for toddlers and preschoolers. Handprint Turkey This colorful turkey requires adult help, mostly to guide the hands and feet onto the paper. Have fun getting messy! Supplies: Large square piece of white construction paperWashable Paint (brown,… Continue reading Five Thanksgiving Crafts for Toddlers and Preschoolers