Here's a motivational kit that lets your emerging reader know you're with him for the whole wild ride.
Invite your first grader to play with his food! He will improve his fine motor skills as he creates zany edible art!
These placemats, filled with pictures of all the people mom loves, are sure to make her Mother's Day extra special.
Create homemade seed packets with your kids. This activity combines your kids' love of science and the outdoors with a little writing and drawing fun.
Here's a way to bring young children into the process of preparing healthy school lunches, and build up early literacy skills while they're at it!
Here are three easy, budget-friendly ways to preserve your child's work and precious memories without filling up the attic.
Build good first grade reading and writing skills, as well as family peace and quiet, with this hand made story book about mornings in your home.
Feed your birds from kitchen leftovers and give your first grader some excellent scientific practice in identifying our feathered friends.
Keep school day sniffles at bay with a simple felt tissue cozy that fits neatly in a 3-ring binder.
It's never too early to instill the value of saving and spending wisely in your child. This homemade piggy bank combines crafting with financial management.
As your child tries his hand at making his own colored chalk from scratch, he can also experiment with color combinations and learn about measurement.
Challenge your fourth grader to try to recreate the geography of her state using just flour, salt, and water.
This activity encourages self-expression. When your child is finished she will have created a personalized pin to wear or give as a gift!
Encourage your child to think outside the bathtub by making her very own handmade soaps! Perfect as a present, or just to pamper herself.
Recycle your child's beloved old t-shirt by sewing it into a pillow! The results of activity are unique, decorative, creative, and never wasteful.
Here's a fourth grade science craft with lots of benefits: it's good for birds, good for your child's learning, and good for the planet, too.
Enhance fourth-grade measurement making skills and social studies learning with this stitching project.
These handmade Christmas treat cups are perfect for house parties, school celebrations, and holiday bake sales.
Pine cone decorations are fun and festive for the Christmas season. Make pine cone decorations with your child to celebrate the beauty of winter.
Watch your children's delight as he crafts his teacher a cinnamon Christmas ornament--and learns some valuable measuring skills in the process!
This dalmatian costume is simple for expert crafters and novice dog lovers alike. Make a dalmatian costume with your child for Halloween or play time.
Recycling may be a confusing concept for your little one, so take the time to teach them the magic of compost - right in your own backyard!
Make your own greenhouse - out of a balloon! Your child will learn how greenhouses work as she plants radish seeds and watches them grow.
Use this activity to create your very own scented hand sanitizer and teach your child to keep germs at bay!
Do you want your child to remember time spent with loved ones and the satisfaction of giving a gift with real meaning? Try making these tasty treats!
Your child will practice her scissors and gluing skills while making her own unique switch plate cover.
Make your own play dough at home with a fruity scent using this easy activity!
Craft these homemade decorated magnets out of play dough! Your child will have a blast making these creative (and handy) bits of flair for your kitchen.
Help your daughter organize all of her barrettes with this fun and colorful activity!
Make mini heating pads for the special animal in your household or to use the next time you or your child has some aches and pains.
Get your child thinking about time with this art project, where you'll create a fun book on his daily routine.