Occassionally, I like to highlight craft projects that are just for kids. A lot of times those projects include materials or inspiration that come straight from the outdoors. This time I thought I would focus on a cute little bandit living in the wild. Kids get a lot of joy from watching the funny antics
What do you do when you have kids stuck at home with nothing to do? Get them involved with art! There are so many fun and creative projects that they can do that might even keep them busy for hours. Not only will they stay busy but they'll also be rewarded with their own piece
Fall is the perfect time of year to do some leaf crafts with your preschoolers. When kids are too young to be in school, you may be looking for ways to keep them occupied. What better way than to do something creative. With the leaves changing and falling outside, it's a good time to collect
Buying new craft supplies is all well and good. But what if you could use common throw away items in a craft project? There are so many benefits to doing this. Just to name a couple, you will save money and reduce waste. I have previously posted about my favorite recycling crafts for adults. However,
I love when you can get kids to play outside, use their creative skills, and save money all at the same time. These easy toy making ideas get kids to hunt for supplies both inside and out. Whether they need sticks or empty toilet paper rolls, kids can find their own supplies right at home.