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Shamrock Earrings

Let these cute shamrock earrings bring the luck of the Irish to your fifth grader's ears!

Bottle Cap Jewelry

This bottle cap jewelry project is a fun way to add personal style to your pre-teen's wardrobe without breaking the bank or battling mall crowds.

Making Wind Chimes

This beaded wind chime is fun to make and it gets kids experimenting with patterns, a key kindergarten math skill.

Make Alphabet Blocks

Create your own set of alphabet blocks: you can make just a few or all 26.

Make Aluminum Ornaments!

Using aluminum is a great way to recycle and make some shiny ornaments borrowing from this traditional Mexican art form. Here's an easy kids' activity!

Make Easy Clay Pinch Pots

This simple and fun project introduces kids to the art of pottery and offers them a glimpse into how ancient peoples created the very first Neolithic pottery.

Felt Alphabet Letters

Using homemade felt alphabet letters and 26 colorful pictures, your preschooler will have a great time as she practices recognizing letters and their sounds.

Write with a Quill Pen

Many of the world's most important historical documents were written with quill pens. Have your kid make his own quill pen and put his penmanship to the test!

Egg Carton Flowers

Use these pretty egg carton flowers to decorate a spring table. They don't require water, they'll never wilt, and they're perfect for Easter.

Melted Crayon Art

Melted crayon art is all the rage right now. It's simple, inexpensive, and there's no wrong way to do it!

Make a Hershey's Kiss Christmas Tree

Help your child practice her counting as she makes this fun and festive holiday decoration!

Homemade Earrings

These sparkling earrings look fancy but they're super simple to make using inexpensive craft items.

Make an Oil Sun Catcher

Make an eye catching sun catcher with your child that not only brightens any window but also builds his fine motor skills and creativity.

Bead Embroidery

Embroidery ain't your grandma's art can be adapted to a number of cool designs Jazz up a traditional fabric embellishment with sparkly beads!

Make Jumbo "Cupcake" Crayons

Kids of all ages will delight in making these jumbo "cupcake" crayons from all of the broken crayon stubs that seem to pile up around the house.

Craft a Seashell Wind Chime

Make a seashell wind chime for your back porch. Perfect for younger kids to build motor skills on.

Make Rose Soap Petals

For this activity your child will use the ready made glycerin base to create elegant rose petal hand soaps.

Create a Stained Glass Rose Window

One of the most beautiful parts of every cathedral is the stained glass window above the entrance, called a Rose window. Your child can create his own!

Valentine's Day Flowers

You don't need a garden to enjoy flowers. This first grade activity let's you make a lovely bouquet for Valentine's Day

Lace the ABCs!

Lacing is a great way to practice hand-eye coordination, which helps with writing. Turn it into a fun preschool art project, by stringing up some ABCs!

Create a Treasure Candle

Home made candles make for great home made gifts at Christmas, Mother's Day, birthdays. Great presents for any special occasion!

Make Your Own Rainstick

There's no need to hunt down a cactus for this rainstick craft. In fact, you can recycle items you probably already have on hand.

Make Quick and Easy Bath Salts

Use the activity below to help your child create bath salts as she observes how a solid changes when placed into a liquid.

Make Marbled Christmas Balls

Forget mass-produced, store bought holiday ornaments. Your fifth grader can usher in the holidays by making his own homemade marbled Christmas balls!

Rock the Alphabet

Collect 26 rocks and paint each one with a letter of the alphabet for your very own alphabet rock collection.

Paint with Ice

In this fun activity, frozen cubes of paint provide your preschooler with a cool new way to paint a masterpiece.

Make a Travel Picture Suitcase!

Make a passport suitcase and keep track of all the places you've traveled together as a family. Here's how:

Make an Architecture Shape Collage!

Try this fun and interactive collage activity with your preschooler to teach her the "building blocks" of math and architecture.

Make a Rock Salt Mosaic

Is your kindergartener getting tired of the standard art supplies? How about making a mosaic? This recipe is kinder safe, no broken glass involved!

Wax Paper Art

If your kid likes to color, you probably know all too well that crayons go quickly. Put those crayon stubs to use by creating colorful ironed wax paper art!

Wreath Ornament

Wreath ornaments decorate your Christmas tree and act as a fun sensory craft for preschoolers. Make wreath ornaments with your child this holiday season.

Make a Recycled Twig Birdhouse

Even the birds need to get out of the rain during the winter months. Help your child help nature and fill a lazy afternoon with this easy, cute craft.

How to Make a Paper Lantern

Create a beautiful pop-up paper lantern and will serve as the perfect decoration at your next party.

Create a Painted Rock Mosaic

Make a colorful rock mosaic that will help your child practice her patterns, shapes, and colors while making a beautiful work of art!

Chocolate Chain

Help your preschooler practice tying knots and bows by making a chain of chocolate kisses in this sweet Valentine's Day arts and crafts activity.

Sponge Art Wrapping Paper

Show your child how to make homemade wrapping paper with a twist by using sponge art to create the fabulous designs. Here's how:

Engage Your 5th Grade Traveler!

This activity with add some fun and education to long car trips. Perfect for family vacations!

African Collar Necklace

Make this African collar necklace for a lesson in crafting and African culture.

Draw a Mandala

Draw your own beautiful mandala with this easy technique that ensures symmetrical results every time!

Book Through the Summer

To help keep summer memories alive, have your fifth grader utilize his writing skills to create a summer book keepsake!

Make Marbleized Paper!

Learn how to make marbleized paper with simple everyday ingredients in this fun activity! Your child will learn about oil and water while doing this project.

Make a Hummingbird Feeder

With a clear bottle and a few plastic straws, you can easily make a hummingbird feeder and demonstrate the effects of atmospheric pressure at the same time!

Wrapping Paper Vase

Use recycled wrapping paper and an empty bottle to make this beautiful vase for a great indoor activity when it's cold outside.

Snow Globe Cookies

These 3-D snow globe cookies look amazing on any table and will gets kids excited about the upcoming holiday season!

Vacation Memory Book

Writing a book about a favorite trip can be fun, rewarding and a great way to practice organizational, thinking, and communication skills.

Clay Landscape

This clay "painting" activity encourages and supports creative development and critical thinking skills.

Orange Bird Feeder

Got a birdwatcher on your hands? Bring the birds to your backyard by making a zany bird feeder using an orange and some string.

Make Rose Petal Beads

Who knew that you could make beads out of rose petals? Not only can it be done, but the beads smell wonderful!

Make a Homework Caddy Kit

For kids who prefer to do homework flopped on a rug, this practical caddy can make all the difference!

Make a Magnetic Spice Tin Pencil Holder

Help your fifth grader or middle school teenager transform spice tins into fridge magnets and pencil holders in this arts and crafts activity.

Make a Flower Pot Pen Bouquet

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!

Tissue Pouch

Keep school day sniffles at bay with a simple felt tissue cozy that fits neatly in a 3-ring binder.

Create a Reused School Supply Collage

Instead of tossing old school supplies, turn them into a work of art and teach your kids how to find new uses for old things.

Make Your Own Notepad

This is the perfect recycling project for back to school! Your child will put all those extra paper bags to good use and assemble her own personal notepad.

Practice Packing a Backpack Right!

When it comes to helping your third grader manage a school backpack, small steps now bring big payoffs later.

Friendship Pencils

Make these homemade friendship pencils for a party or the beginning of school and have a stylish writing utensil that kids will love trading.

Make a "Study Time" Door Hanger

Help your child get ready for back to school with this fun fifth grade activity, which has him creating an "I'm Studying" door sign.

Fabric Journal

Your child's journal should be as unique as she is. Help her transform a simple notebook into a personalized piece of art.

Build a Back to School Bulletin Board

Here's a homemade bulletin board project to help your fourth grader's school year start off right.

Decorate a Homework Clipboard!

This school year, have your child decorate his very own clip board and watch him do his homework in style!

Pressed Flower Bookmarks

Show your fourth grader how to make a delicate, dried flower bookmark with flowers native to her neighborhood.

Homemade Eggnog

Homemade eggnog is a tasty holiday libation for your whole family. Make homemade eggnog with your child and help him understand measurements in cooking.

Make a Teen Years Time Capsule

For a fun activity that will have lasting effects, make this time capsule with your high school child, to be opened after college graduation.

Make a File Caddy

Help your child get organized for the school year ahead and establish some important skills that will help him for years to come!

Decorate Your Own Locker Mirror!

The start of a new school year is always a great time to decorate a locker. Here's a way to help your middle schooler get off to an organized, stylish start!

Travel Diary

Invite your middle school writer to make this artistic trip diary, and practice narrative prose and analytical writing in the process!

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