Tic Tac Toe is no longer just x's and o's. Kids crafting has come up with a great way to play. Ladybugs are a fun way to play the game and learn by counting the dots on their back.
Make math exciting with this Blinged Out Calculator Cover from I Love to Create! This crystal bling decoration can be applied to anything from your calculator cover to your cell phone. Make your accessories sparkle!
Kids can help paint this cute wooden, egg-shaped penguin for their room.
Educational toy clocks can be used to easily teach children how to tell time. The best part is, kids think they're just playing! Make this Child's First Learning Clock to use at home using our free felt craft patterns.
Bring the outdoors inside with these cute Styrofoam Flower Plant Stakes. This is an easy project for anyone to do, and it's a great way to bring the spring and summer colors into your home!
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.
Ribbit! This crazy frog will bring a smile to your face. Crafting with kids is always a fun adventure.
If you need help motivating kids to pitch in around the house, consider creating your own Denim Shorts Chore Chart. This denim crafts DIY project will leave kids wanting to perform chores so they can move the decorated sticks from one pocket to another. With materials such as paint, jewels and sparkle tape, you can completely customize the jeans to fit your style and match your decor.
A cute painted door hanger with summer bugs and flowers welcomes guests into your home. Try your hand at simple painting with this wood door hanger.
Kids can invite their friends to a tea party with these cute teapot invitations. The guests will love receiving these "grown-up" tea party invites in the mail.