“Kids Crafts” — these two words cause me to shudder whenever I hear them. Even now as my littles are growing up and can do easy projects by themselves, I still dread these. But I am growing and learning. Here’s what I’ve learned about arts and crafts for kids in my 13 years of parenting. Read More
Celebrating the change of seasons is a natural and wholesome way to interact with children. Making things for play, display, and/or gifts makes holidays more meaningful. Especially if made from natural and found materials.
Here in Minnesota, Easter heralds the promise of spring to come rather than spring itself. Making little bunnies and chicks, and coloring eggs helps us make it through the end of our long winters.
Turkeys and Thanksgiving go together as well as kids and crafts, so I found (in my never-ending Pinterest searches — by the way, did you know that you can now organize your boards into sections? I think my life may now be complete) this adorable DIY turkey craft on Pinterest and simplified it for kids of any age.