DIY Craft Kits for Toddlers and Preschoolers

DIY Craft Kits can be the perfect solution to “I don’t know what to craft today,” syndrome. When you think of crafting, most of us turn to Pinterest or our favorite arts and crafts bloggers for inspiration. But sometimes, that Pinterest-worthy toddler craft is just not achievable. Craft Kits made for Toddlers and Preschoolers can […]

Pipe Cleaner Christmas Ornaments for Preschoolers

Preschoolers will love making these pipe cleaner Christmas ornaments. And they’re so pretty, parents will love to hang them on their tree! *Affiliate links included. If you choose to make a purchase after clicking one of the links below, I will receive a small commission. For my full disclosure click here.* I love using Pipe […]

Walking Rainbow Experiment for Preschoolers

  Walking Rainbow Experiments are quickly becoming a popular Preschooler Science project. I love how it teaches not only color science and the mixing of colors, but also introduces concepts like absorption. Walking Rainbows are a great way to start teaching the order of the colors of the rainbow to preschoolers and it’s just fun […]

Contact Paper Rainbow Craft | 10 Minute Craft Series

Contact paper has been surging in popularity as a kids crafting medium recently. I bought some to use in our Nature Sun-catchers a few months ago and have been enjoying searching for more uses. This simple rainbow craft is fun for toddlers all the way to older school age kids. Skills will include fine motor, […]

Pipe Cleaner Butterfly Craft | 10 Minute Craft Series

Butterfly crafts are so much fun for kids and give adults a good opportunity to discuss the life cycle and the role butterflies play in our ecosystem. This butterfly craft can double as a fun toy after it’s finished! I love using pipe cleaners for fine motor threading practice because of how the pipe cleaner […]

Paper Daisy Chain Craft | 10 Minute Craft Series

The Paper Daisy Chain craft is part of a new 10 Minute Craft series I’m doing for the Summer! These posts will be shorter than normal, but will come out twice a week. In it you will find a new craft to do with your kids that takes little to no prep and only requires 10 minutes of the kids’ attention. During the hot Summer days I know kid’s are bouncing off the walls, thirsty for excitement and movement. Getting them to sit still for craft time is difficult. So this 10 minute craft series is perfect for the Summertime or for kids just learning to sit still and create.