Gratitude Game for Kids (Printable)

Here’s a gratitude game for kids that is simple and fun to play! With the help of a printable template, you can easily download, print out the game, and you can play with two or more players. This is a great icebreaker activity to try with the kids on Thanksgiving or any time you are […]

I Spy Thanksgiving Counting Game for Kids

Here’s an I Spy Thanksgiving counting game for kids that is simple and fun to play! With the help of a printable template, you can easily download, print out the game, and give to the kids to practice their counting skills. This is a great icebreaker activity to try with the kids on Thanksgiving Day! […]

Horses! Coloring and Activity Book for Kids

After a LOT of hard work behind-the-scenes for the past several months, I’m so excited to finally announce something — I have a new coloring and activity book for kids coming out December 17!!! Introducing my new coloring and activity book for kids – Horses! HORSES is filled with creative coloring pages, mazes, connect-the-dots, and […]

EASY Christmas Ornament – Mini Pipecleaner Wreaths

Here’s an easy Christmas ornament craft to try with your teen or tween during the holiday break! These mini pipecleaner wreaths would be great gifts for friends or family. They could also be added as festive gift toppers. Use of the glue gun is optional, however, if you would like a slightly easier version of […]

How to make a God’s eye with 2 sticks

Learning how to make a God’s eye craft is a great way to introduce weaving to young kids! The results are impressive and the God’s eye crafts can be used as festive ornaments for any holiday. These can be as simple or as complicated as you would like, however, to keep things easy for this […]

Spider Web Ornaments Halloween Craft

These spider web ornaments are perfect for a last-minute crafting activity for Halloween! They are very quick and easy to make. Why not craft up a bunch of these and string them together to make a festive garland for your next Halloween party? Scroll down for a materials list and a detailed step by step […]

The Best Spider Crafts for Kids

These spider crafts for kids are so much fun to do for Halloween! These projects are sure to add an element of spookiness to your Halloween decor. They would be a spooktacular addition to any Halloween party too! Here are some of our favorite spider crafts for kids: Creepy Crawly Placemats Here’s a festive Halloween […]

Fall Art Projects Kids Can Make With Stunning Results

Autumn can be full of inspiration for budding artists to create lots of colorful art! Here are some of our favorite ideas for Fall art projects kids can make. Below you will find project ideas for kids of all ages with effective techniques that can create stunning results. When finished, be sure to display your […]

Spider Legs and Eggs – Halloween Party Treat

Spider legs and eggs are quick to make for a Halloween party treat! They are sure to add a creepy yet silly vibe to any Halloween party. The best part is that these spider legs and eggs do not require any baking at all! You probably already have everything you need in your pantry. Below, […]

Halloween Pretend Play – Witch’s Workshop

This Witch’s Workshop is an easy way to foster lots of creative Halloween pretend play! You can use vinegar and baking soda to create potions, measure and weigh toy spiders, or read Halloween stories together for “research”. Here are a few ideas to create a spooktacular witch’s workshop of your own! To make a witch’s […]

Candy Apple Bar – an easy DIY party treat

This DIY candy apple bar is so simple and quick to prepare! You probably already have everything you need in your pantry. You can easily whip up this candy apple bar in just a few minutes! It would be a great treat for a last-minute party. As an added bonus, no baking is required! To […]

Easy Spider Craft for Kids to Make

Here’s an easy spider craft for kids using chenille stems and soda tabs! These spiders are quick and fun to make. This spider craft would add a bit of creepy and spooktacular decor for any Halloween party. Or use them as a prop to act out the Itsy Bitsy Spider song. Since this spider craft […]

Easy Halloween Treats Kids Can Make

Looking for super EASY Halloween treats kids can make? Here are three fun ideas that use items you probably already have in your pantry! These treats would be perfect to give to family or friends. They would make spooktacular Halloween party treats too! To make Snot on a Stick, you will need: pretzel rods green […]

Easy Halloween Art Project for Kids

Here is an easy Halloween art project for kids using chalk pastels and black construction paper. You could use several different Halloween-themed subjects for these silhouettes, including bats, cats, spiders, witches, and more! Use pre-cut shapes available at any craft store, or cut out your own creations. Here are instructions to make this easy Halloween […]

3D Printing for Beginners

Our local Rotary Club generously donated a MakerBot Replicator+ 3D printer to our local library. Over the summer, my teen and tween decided they would learn how to advantage of this great resource! After coming across a free online class featured on Make, together they learned how to make a variety of low-tech assistive devices […]

Easy Paper Projects Book!

Exciting news!! If you enjoy crafting with paper, you will love Maggy Woodley’s NEW book, Easy Paper Projects! Easy Paper Projects is scheduled to be released on September 10, 2019, but you can pre-order your copy now. Here are just a few of the things we love about Maggy’s new book! Why We Love Easy […]

Best Sand Toys for Kids

The best sand toys for kids can inspire hours of imaginative playtime fun for kids! These sand toys foster lots of time outdoors too. Whether it’s a trip to the beach, or a simple sandbox or sand table in your yard, these sand toys are sure to bring plenty of smiles! Know any kids celebrating […]

4th of July Paper Plate Craft

This 4th of July paper plate craft was a big hit with my kids! Not only did the kids enjoy coloring in this beautiful template from Mrs. Mactivity, but I was also able to sneak in a bit of writing practice for them over the Summer. No time to color? Use the colored version of […]