Kid-Made Gifts for Teachers
Thank-you card writing is fun with this creative cut-out card project for tweens and teens.
This art activity encourages your child to create her own paper mache apple sculpture to give to a special teacher.
When baking soda is mixed with citric acid, a bubbling reaction takes place. Help your child experiment with mixing some acid and baking soda by making these homemade bath ...
Show your child how to treat loved ones to a special surprise with these delectable cupcakes that hold embedded fortunes! They are sure to make anyone's day.
Even chocolate can make an appearance in kindergarten math. These truffles are truly easy to make and add a bit of decadence to math practice!
Any time your child receives a gift of any size, you've got a great opportunity to help her master a classic writing form: the thank you letter. Next time your third grader has ...
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 your style-minded fourth grader!
Make an occasion more special by using your own homemade candles! In this activity, your child will melt down wax to create her own set of uniquely textured candles that'll be ...
Store bought granola can be high in sugar and low in nutrition. Chock full of heart healthy ingredients and just a touch of sugar, this homemade granola is a lighter, ...
Here's a fresh fall activity for your child: create awesome apple note-cards! Whether she's giving it out as a birthday greeting to a family member or taking her teacher an ...
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