Homemade valentines are always better than store bought, and these flowers will be extra special because they come with a lollipop!
Your child can transform a recycled can into a painted pumpkin candle holder perfect for Halloween!
Invite your fifth grader to revive some of your family's vintage t-shirts by turning them into unique, cozy throw pillow covers!
This homemade keepsake book is a great project for your fifth grader to make for someone special this holiday season!
Kids learn about surrealism as they cut out items from magazines and combine them to create their own piece of surrealistic juxtaposition.
Transform yesterday's news into pretty pressed paper, perfect for party invitations, thank you notes, or just some kind words for a friend!
Help your fifth grader honor Black History month and the musical genre of jazz by crafting decorative music notes embellished with jazz musical instruments.
Show your fifth grader how to make this fun vinyl robot to spruce up her walls. Itâs quick to construct and easy to remove or transfer from wall to wall.
Similar to fried rice, this quick fix scramble uses leftover quinoa and vegetables.
Craft this leprechaun hat-covered jar, brimming with St. Patrick's Day charm!