Your child can help eliminate stress for himself or a loved one by creating a colorful, homemade stress ball.
With a few basic art supplies and a little imagination, you can repurpose empty oatmeal containers into a one-of-a-kind Father's Day cookie jar.
New Year's Eve hats let you wear your celebratory spirit on your head. Make New Year's Eve hats with year child to ring in the New Year in style.
"Wrap up" the old year and welcome the new with this family time capsule that supports your first grader's reading and writing skills.
Grandparents are always wondering what to get kids for their birthdays. Try out this idea: a list of 10 little-known facts about Grandma or Grandpa.
What better way to encourage family bonding and communication than to make a family directory to help everyone keep in touch?
Non-slip socks are the perfect DIY gift that your kid can make for friends and family. Make a pair of non-slip socks with your kid for wholesome family fun.
Keep your holiday memories safe in this crafty photo box, handmade by your child, that's decorated with the signs of the season,
This painting activity uses gross motor skills to create art and home made wrapping paper using paint, an easy holiday activity for your child.
Want to make your own version of the Hollywood walk of fame in your own garden? Immortalize your child's handiwork by creating a cement handprint craft.
This is a simple and inexpensive way to display children's artwork in bedrooms and playrooms.
Your child will boost her fine motor skills as she makes unique cards to give away to family and friends
This project reuses freebie magnets to make one-of-a-kind magnets for your one-of-a-kind kid!
This activity can be used to create beautiful homemade gift wrapping while showing your child how to help the planet by using recycled paper. Here's how:
Looking for a last minute gift? This homemade candle holder is a breeze to make, and its pretty glow really brightens up a room. A great craft project.
Show your child how to make homemade wrapping paper with a twist by using sponge art to create the fabulous designs. Here's how:
This beaded wind chime is fun to make and it gets kids experimenting with patterns, a key kindergarten math skill.
Your preschooler can help you make napkin rings that are pretty, practical, and can dress up your holiday table - for pennies!
Make your own wrapping paper with some materials from around the house. Try to make your own wrapping paper this year for a unique presentation for your gifts.
Your kindergartener will delight in creating this "handcrafted" sweatshirt for Grandma and Grandpa this holiday season, filled with her colorful handprints.