Make a super simple yet beautiful invitation to create with nature and make this Easter Egg Pebble Craft together! Perfect for a range of ages (including adults!) to make gorgeous decorations or gifts for Spring. We LOVE crafts and play activities that use materials from nature as they truly produce the most beautiful results! We’ve… […]
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I feel like Easter has kind of crept up on us, not sure why, possibly just because we have been busy with our normal weekly activities. But finally this past week we have started with a few Easter activities.
With our simple step by step how to draw a lion tutorial you will be drawing a lion of your own in no time. With just nine easy steps to follow, this tutorial is great both for beginners and kids. No erasor required! *this post contains affiliate links* How to Draw a Lion What you […]
Love reading books? We sure do, but we love something even more – having a nice bookmark! These printable DIY paper clip bookmarks. This cool craft for kids and kids at heart makes for a wonderful DIY gift too. *this post contains affiliate links* You have probably seen many documentaries about animals haven’t you? What […]
Make learning fun with this magnetic counting fish game to go along with the popular counting rhyme “1 ,2, 3, 4, 5 Once I caught a Fish Alive!” Fine motor skills, counting, ordering, creativity and singing in one exciting playful maths activity! We love to sing lots of songs together and especially love nursery rhymes… […]
We hope you have a few spare clothespins at hand as any dog lover (and which kid isn’t?) will want a set of these dogs clothespin puppets. With 4 different dog designs we are sure your kids will find just the dog for themselves. *this post contains affiliate links* There are 4 different dog designs […]
If your kids are golf or sports fans, they will almost certainly have noticed the amazing comeback of Tiger Woods to win the Augusta Masters on Sunday 14th April!
Kids love creating with watercolors, so they will love this art lesson . Joan Miro Watercolor art for Kids is a fun lesson that can be done with your kids at home or in the classroom. Need more arty ideas? Browse our art projects for kids. *this post contains affiliate links* Joan Miro was a […]
One of the best parts of spring in my preschool classroom is getting to watch caterpillars turn into butterflies. This is a wonderful way of working science into your classroom while engaging children with something they can observe first hand. Our caterpillars arrived yesterday and I’ll be taking them to my class Monday. If you […]
Let’s get buggy with the ladybug. With out ladybug puppet printable template your kids will be running around pretending they have a chatty ladybug with them in no time. *this post contains affiliate links* Making your own puppet sure feels great. This ladybug puppet can be made with our printable template, that you can find […]
Have you ever hosted an Easter Egg Hunt? Easter Egg Hunts are such simple activities to host whether you are just doing it for your family or your entire community! The goal is for everyone to have fun and get some Easter Eggs! Isn’t hosting an Easter Egg Hunt easy? Yes! Hosting an Easter Egg […]
What can you do with all of those plastic eggs you have around your house? Do they seem to multiply? This Egg Drop activity for toddlers is a fun way to keep them all in one place! Materials Needed for the Plastic Egg Drop Game: 4-6 plastic or paper cups Dozen plastic eggs Large plastic […]
Spring brings rainy days so it’s a great time of the year to learn how to make paper umbrellas. This cute and fairly easy paper craft can be used as a decoration – a mobile made out of these will brighten up even the rainiest day *this post contains affiliate links* If you are in […]
Preschool is all about getting children prepared for kindergarten right? I think we could debate that; I think preschool is about supporting children’s development right where they are at without some looming goal. Of course, we want to help create a strong foundation of skills, and if that’s “preparing for kindergarten” then cool, we are […]
If you are thinking of making a cute Easter decoration together with your kids, give this rocking paper plate bunny a go. You can have the bunnies stand still or with a gentle push have them rock left and right. *this post contains affiliate links* When it comes to Easter crafts for kids, it’s all […]
If you are looking for something different for the classroom this spring why not explore our spring quotation activities? We’ve creative writing, analysing and handwriting activities all with lovely images that can be coloured.
You can use all kinds of things for stencils when it comes to crafting, hands being one of the more fun ones you can use. In this tutorial we will be showing you how to use your hands to make a hand print chick craft with movable wings. This is a fun Easter craft idea […]
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Do you LOVE the book Some Pets by Angela Diterlizzi as much as I do? The illustrations by Brendan Wenzel are just so perfect I had to create a fun Some Pets circle time lesson to go with this book. Before we get into the lesson, I want to share an email I got from […]
It’s time for another corner bookmark tutorial, this time, with Easter close by, we are sharing a tutorial on how to make a carrot corner bookmark. Corner bookmarks are one of the easiest origami projects so they are great for younger kids as well as origami beginners. *this post contains affiliate links* If you want […]