Can you draw a straight line? If so then you can draw a holiday wreath! Follow along step by step with my wreath drawing video tutorial and step by step pictures!
Let me start by saying I am not a master of origami. Projects requiring precise instructions in order to produce results usually result in me throwing my hands in the air. This little origami bookmark has just a few easy steps and offers lots of possibilities.
Slime. Is that a dirty word at your house? It doesn’t have to be! Try this easy four ingredient Elmer’s glue slime for a super sensory activity!
These little blank books are full of possibility! And the best part is each book is made from just a single sheet of folded paper. So grab a sheet of plain paper or these two free templates and get folding!
Identifying colors is one of the first things we teach our little ones. Some of the first sight words learned are the color words. Color is a language even the smallest people understand. This free color wheel printable and color theory worksheet is a natural place to start.
You know the ingredients your kiddos like to stockpile for making slime? Use this simple DIY recipe to learn how to make air dry clay with everyday, household ingredients. This DIY clay is silky smooth and pure white; a super sensory activity no matter what you choose to make with it!
The Chinese New Year is a celebration rich in traditions perfect for exploring with kids of all ages. These Chinese paper lanterns made from simple templates are a fun way to learn more about the Spring Lantern Festival.