Give Yourself a Sensory Break with This DIY Rainbow Kinetic Sand
Kids or adults will love to make their own kinetic sand. Get lost in this sensory DIY activity that is both colorful and fun to play with.
7 Out-of-the-box Indoor Winter Activities for Kids - The Realistic Mama
Move the playground inside? Go camping in the winter? Why not?! Maybe not a whole playground but why not a slide. Maybe don’t camp in the snow but why not set the tent up in your living room? This winter we are working with Horizon, once again, to encourage family time! And why not make that...Read More »
Pretend Play Smores Made From Cardboard - Busy Bag Idea
Pretend Play Smores Made From Cardboard Recently I was asked to participate in “Craft Lightning Week” with Angie from the Country Chic Cottage and
Easy Paper Plate Bee Craft For Kids - Spring Insect Craft
Easy paper plate bee craft for kids. This easy spring craft is perfect for an insect study unit in the classroom. Toddlers and preschoolers will love it. | at Non-Toy Gifts
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Keep the kids busy with this beaded butterfly craft by @craftingchicks. Just a few simple materials offer endless possibilities and tons of fun!
Paper Plate Weaving | Make a Doll Hammock | TinkerLab
This post shares 2 ideas: How to make a paper plate weaving, and then how to turn that weaving into a sweet little doll hammock.
Simple American Flag Craft for Kids
Patriotic crafts for kids ~ American Flag Craft for Kids - Great for a 4th of July or Memorial day art project!
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They will zooom in front of your nose, chase you around the house and ultimately get lost behind furniture. To make them you will need paper, glue, scotch tape and a plastic straw. 1. Decorate the paper. 2. Put glue on one of the longer edges. Then role the paper around a pencil starting from the opposite side. 3. Close the top of the rocket with scotch tape. 4. Insert a plastic straw and you are ready to go.