As school starts, there's no better time to get your kid off to a fresh, fun, organized start. Here's a desk craft for style-minded students!
Make a brilliant bouquet for dad on his special day. This Father's Day craft unique flowers that remind dad of his favorite sports team.
Here's a Father's Day gift that won't break the bank. With a touch of fabric paint, transform plain cotton t-shirts into original matching Dad and kid tops.
With this activity, you child will get an opportunity to apply skills she's learning in second grade math, and maybe learn something new about Dad.
Make this easy homemade tie for a great Father's Day gift this year.
Instead of a store bought card, help your child to make a unique tie themed card for dad this Father's Day.
Looking for Father's Day inspiration? Make him a "card" he can wear...and build up your kindergartener's reading skills while you're at it.
Want to do something a little different for Dad this year? Have your child design his very own Father's Day "Greatest Hits CD" card.
Your child can get out the acrylic paints and create a colorful paperweight perfect for dad this Father's Day!
Make this cool iPod or cell phone case for Dad out of one of his little-used ties.
On Father's Day, delight Dad--and stretch your early reader, too!--with this adorable ABC book of "Fun with Dad."
Enlist the whole familyâand helpful friends, tooâin this heartwarming activity for Dad. Boost kids' writing skills in the process, too!
Make a creative Father's Day art card to celebrate your family's hard-working guy!
Make a Duct Tape Wallet: This activity provides kids great practice in following directions and makes for a fun homemade gift.
Help your child create a rebus message for a unique Father's Day card or poster; it's like a collage and encoded message all in one!
This year on Dad's day, here's a creative gift that your child can make using simple materials, some of them even recycled.
Better than any store bought Father's Day card, this touching keepsake lets your child give Dad a peek into their relationship from her point of view.
Show your kindergartener how to craft a pretty Mother's Day jewelry box that's fit for the baubles of a queen (or at least an extra special mom)!
Have the kids make Mom a wooden "Love Box" for Mother's Day (or any other day!) to show her how much she means to everyone.
If your mom likes flowers, make her a sweet gift that she'll treasure with this fun craft, a pretty Pressed Flowers Card!
Dads, this activity's for you. Brighten mom's day with a set of kid-designed "mom coupons" that are sure to keep mom happily pampered for weeks.
There's no better way to show mom you love her than with the tried and true breakfast in bed routine. Make whole wheat waffles along with a vase just for mom.
Make a lovely thumb-painted apron that you and your child can make together to give to Mom this year on Mother's Day.
Create your very own "stained glass" flower, the perfect gift for mom this Mother's Day!
Turn all those broken bits of plates, random buttons, and beads into a lovely flowerpot for Mom on Mother's Day.
Help Mother's Day feel special for weeks and months ahead, while giving your fourth grader some good writing practice, too. Here's how.
Make something special for mom on Motherâs Day by recycling some paper tubes and the help of colorful tissue paper.
Make an elegant Mother's Day card to celebrate the love and work in raising kids.
Your mother is a treasure, so celebrate her with a fun Motherâs Day Treasure Hunt.
Make mom feel like the star that she truly is by holding a movie premiere in her honor, complete with red carpet!
Forget expensive store bought cards, this handmade card truly delivers--and it helps your preschooler with letter recognition.