This activity spotlights everyone's favorite reindeer, Rudolph, and preserves your child's handprints in his "antlers".
Make this easy paper elf over the holidays and keep one of Santa's favorite helpers around to watch you celebrate the season!
This winter, make this easy craft for your little angel to give your creativity and cutting skills a workout.
Here's a way to forgo the messiness of a bird feeder! Your child can give her favorite winged neighbors a tasty holiday snack with these easy-to-make "cookies"!
Your child will "build" a snowman and lace her way around the paper plates, boosting her manual dexterity and hand-eye coordination.
Improve you child's fine motor skills and sense of rhythm by helping him make a holiday jingle bell instrument. He'll love ringing and dancing with it!
With this holiday project, your child will have the chance to express herself creatively and conjure up the many ways a snowy landscape can take shape.
These simple yet stylish place cards will dazzle your guests and make fun conversation starters at dinner.
Craft a durable, three-dimensional Santa boot that looks great as a stocking, gift box, holiday decoration, or table centerpiece.
Many winter holidays are commemorated using flames. Celebrate them in a kid-friendly way by creating your own Menorah, Advent Wreath, Kinara, or Diya!
You can buy fancy gift tins for your homemade cookies this year, but if you've got a curious kid, why not try this inexpensive, easy and truly adorable version?
Make this year's "gingerbread house" come together with ease, using a milk carton base and graham cracker walls!