Valentine STEAM Project – EASY Robots

Here’s an easy Valentine STEAM project for kids ages 8-12! These love bug robots are quick to put together using very easy to find items. I love how these love bug robots move and dance around! Everything you need to make these simple robots can be found at your local dollar store. For this Valentine […]

Make Your Own Peppermint Ice Cream in a Bag

Here is an easy way to make your own peppermint ice cream in a bag! This is such a fun project to use up leftover candy canes. All you need is a few wholesome ingredients, and your homemade peppermint ice cream will be ready to enjoy! To make your own peppermint ice cream in a […]

Best New Year’s Eve Activities for Kids

Disclosure: I am sharing this collection of the best New Year’s Eve Activities for Kids as part of the Netflix #StreamTeam. All opinions are my own. Are you getting ready to countdown to the New Year with the kids? Here is a super handy list of the best New Year’s Eve activities for kids (of […]

Cozy Christmas Activities for Kids

These cozy Christmas activities for kids could create lots of happy holiday memories! These activities are simple to set up and use materials you probably already have on-hand. They are quick and easy to do, which means you’ll have more time to put up your feet and curl up under a blanket (or two)! Here […]

Awesome Gingerbread Crafts for Kids

These awesome gingerbread crafts for kids feature all the festive fun of gingerbread without the hard work of baking! Many of these gingerbread crafts are made using recycled materials. These projects could make great non-food gingerbread alternatives for those with food allergies! I love how these gingerbread crafts can be made using common household items […]

Paper Haunted House Lanterns for Halloween

These paper haunted house lanterns are such a spooktacularly fun craft to decorate for Halloween! I love how the template can be customized with lots of spooky details. Build a village of haunted houses to display proudly in your home or classroom! This would be a great craft to do together with your teen or […]

Space Alien Matching Game – Free Printable

This space alien matching game is quick and very easy to set up! This would be a great activity for a rainy day or anytime you need a bit of a break. I love how simple it is to print it out and play! Be sure to check out the recommended reading list at the […]

Free Paper House Template – Print and Play!

This free paper house template makes it easy to print and play! My kids loved decorating their paper houses and building them. Use this paper house template for whimsical home decor, or explore the many possibilities for imaginative playtime fun! Below you will find step by step instructions for making these adorable paper houses. To […]

Moana Family Movie Night with Netflix Streaming

Disclosure: I’m sharing these Moana family movie night ideas as part of the Netflix #StreamTeam, and this post is sponsored by Netflix. For a fun Moana family movie night with Netflix streaming, load up Moana (PG) and try some of these creative activities together! Moana, a young Polynesian girl, is destined to become the chief […]

Rainy Day Activity – Paper Pizza Parlor

This rainy day activity for kids is simple and easy to set up. This paper pizza parlor is the perfect way to indulge your stuffed animal friends to a special treat! The kids can help prepare the ingredients while developing early scissor skills. This rainy day activity is sure to foster lots of imaginative playtime […]

Let’s Celebrate Christmas in July!

Celebrating Christmas in July is a great Summer or rainy day activity the kids will never forget! While cleaning out my pantry recently, I was inspired by a gingerbread cookie kit that was about to expire. With the help of a holiday music playlist and a few decorations we already had on-hand, we were able […]

Summer Craft for Kids – Pineapple Stamp

This Summer craft for kids is fun and easy to make! This pineapple stamp can be used to create unique wrapping paper, bookmarks, greeting cards, and more. With just a few common craft supplies, the kids can enjoy stamping lots of creative design possibilities. This easy pineapple stamp makes a perfect festive Summer craft for […]

Pretend Paper Hair Salon for Kids

This pretend paper hair salon could keep the kids happily entertained for hours! During a recent visit to the craft store, Clara (age 8) spotted some foam heads. She had been wanting to create a pretend hair salon for some time, but I have a feeling this may only be the beginning of her crafting […]

Rock Cactus Garden

This rock cactus garden project would be a lovely present for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, housewarming, or anytime you need a special handmade gift. They are simple, fun, and easy to make! This rock cactus garden would make a great table centerpiece indoors or outside. A series of these cactus gardens would also make a whimsical […]

Tissue Paper Flower Video Tutorial

This tissue paper flower tutorial shows step by step instructions so you can make your own colorful flowers! These tissue paper flowers would be great for party decorations, Mother’s Day gifts, or even Cinco de Mayo fiestas. What an easy and inexpensive way to brighten up someone’s day! Dress up your gift wrapping with a tissue paper […]

The BFG – Crafts and Activities

The BFG by Roald Dahl was one of our latest picks for our family book club, and it did not disappoint! After all four of us read the book, my 8 year old served as our official activity coordinator. Clara loved brainstorming ideas for crafts and activities that were inspired by The BFG! I recommend this […]

Easy Christmas Gift Kids Can Make

This post is sponsored by our friends at Melissa & Doug, and I am proud to be a Melissa & Doug blog ambassador. All opinions are my own. These festive Christmas ornaments are a fun and EASY Christmas gift kids can make! I love how colorful and festive they look when displayed in a sunny […]

How to Make Paper Fortune Tellers

These paper fortune tellers are a great craft for a little rainy day fun or for celebrating the arrival of the new year! Kids can work on developing fine-motor skills, and listening carefully to instructions. For students in grade 1 or above, this would be a fun project as part of a new year’s eve celebration […]