This button snail craft for kids is super cute and easy to make too! Supplies: Buttons Construction Paper Glue Scissors Instructions: First, you do is cut out a circle for the snail shell. (This is where the buttons will go!) Next, you will cut out the snail body. Glue both parts together, and then the fun can begin! Glue the front of the snail shell and start sticking those buttons

The first word most children learn to read is their name. Which is why the letters that make up their name are often the first letters a child learns to identify. This activity is a super fun way to help your child identify certain letters and build their name. Supplies: Posterboard or Cardstock (I used heavy Cardstock taped together) Painters Tape Black Marker Sticky Notes Scissors Instructions: Pick out your

Calling all future engineers! Building a pom pom drop wall is a great way for young children to work on their fine motor skills and to introduce engineering concepts to young children. Supplies: Paper Towel Tube or Gift Wrap Tube Toilet Paper Tube Painters Tape Scissors Construction Paper (any colors) Pom Poms (all sizes) Instructions: Pick out a wall and gather supplies Cut off pieces of tape and have ready

Put your creativity to work with this Butterfly Art activity. Follow along with our craft video tutorial to build a simple wall design that the little ones can decorate to their liking. Supplies: Scissors Pom Pom Balls (optional) Tissue Paper Crayon Contact Paper Pipe Cleaner Marker Googly Eyes Tape Cardstock or Construction Paper (We used 12 x 12) Instructions: Cut a sheet of contact paper to make your butterfly canvas

The activities just keep on coming. Follow along and make a craft version of everyone’s favorite camping treat. Supplies: Jumbo popsicle sticks White, black and pink Craft Paint Craft Paintbrushes Light brown and dark brown cardstock School Glue Kid-friendly scissors Instructions: You’ll assemble the base of your s’more by gluing the popsicle sticks together to look like a fence. Five next to each other and two on the back. Let

This easy at-home scavenger hunt is a great activity while teaching them about their ABC’s. Supplies: Posterboard Colorful markers Sticky Notes Tape Instructions: Write the alphabet on a poster board Hang the poster board on the wall Write a letter on each sticky note Hide all the sticky notes all over the house Search for the sticky notes and match the letter found to a letter on the poster board

Get a closer look at some of the mighty kings of the forest with our Bear Hunt Binoculars Craft tutorial. This simple, at-home activity is a fantastic way to improve fine motor skills while spending time with the family. Supplies needed: Book We’re Going on a Bear Hunt – Michael Rosen (optional) Binoculars: Toilet paper rolls or two empty cardboard tubes Washi tape or duct tape Glue or tape Map:

Leaves contain a variety of unique designs, each special in their own way. Explore their beautiful textures through our Leaf Rubbing Artwork tutorial and create something magnificent along the way. Supplies needed: Leaves (Fake or real) Plastic Wrap Construction paper Crayons (remove the paper wrapping) Instructions: Layout a piece of plastic wrap about the same size as your paper. Place the leaves on the plastic and gently press into place.


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