Jennifer Neill's fantastic Homemade I Spy Tube tutorial will teach you how to make hidden object games for kids. This DIY version of the Find It plastic cylinder game is great for waiting rooms and long car trips!
No sea sickness with this boat! Easily make this fun kid craft project on a rainy day. Take it out on the water and see it set sail!
Kids will love this adorable flower arrangement box made with crayons and STYROFOAM Brand Foam. Fill it with artificial flowers to brighten up a child's bedroom or a classroom.
Crafting and displaying a turkey is a kid essential for Thanksgiving. You can create the turkey with household materials such as paper plates or pieces of cardboard and bright colored paint.
Here's a fun winter project you can do with your kids, a youth group, or by yourself for a little "creativity time." Buy inexpensive unadorned salt shakers at dollar stores, then decorate them with scraps of fabric. Great for gifts or party decorations.
Kids can make these fuzzy critters without knitting needles or crochet hooks. The fuzzy yarn creates four different animals perfect for summer camp or anytime: caterpillar, mosquito, owl and spider. Kids will love making and playing with these.
Kids can always use toys to play with, now they can make their own. These little green men are made of yarn, pom poms and other materials. In seven easy steps your kids can have aliens among them.
These 15 Toddler Craft Ideas will make you want to be a kid again. Each toddler craft of the 15 looks positively adorable. From plushy dolls to felt hamburgers, these toddler craft ideas are just the ticket to craft with a little one in mind. While toddlers can't necessarily play a big role in physically constructing these toddler craft projects, they can help along the way and absolutely take over once the project is done.
This great, guest tutorial for how to recycle crayon bits into new crayons comes to us compliments of Sara of Kitty Baby Love. She says, "This makes a perfect rainy day activity with items you can already find around the house.
Don't be astronomically ignorant! This accurate model of the solar system is a great DIY way for kids to learn about both crafting and science.