New Year’s Eve Party Ideas for Young Kids (Toddlers and Preschoolers)

New Year's Eve Party Ideas For Young Kids - How to Throw A Super Fun Party for Kids and their Parents

I’m so excited…this year we’re having our first-ever family party for New Year’s! I’ve got a bunch of ideas up my sleeve and wanted to share them with you before the big night, so you could have them in time with your kids or grandkids. Then, after the party’s over, I’ll add to this post […]

Preschool Christmas Tree Ornament Craft – Dollar Store Snowflake

Dollar Store Christmas Tree Ornament Craft for Kids

This is a super quick and easy ornament craft you can make with children, from toddlers on up! My two and four year olds loved making their ornaments and ALL the supplies were purchased at the dollar store! I bought these supplies at the REAL dollar store, so the grand total was $4 for supplies, […]

DIY Felt Board and Printables to teach Weather and Seasons – Preschool Learning Activity

DIY Felt Board to Teach Seasons and Weather to Preschoolers

Making a felt board to teach the seasons, weather and even holidays to children is easier than you might think, and can even count as whimsical wall art! This also comes with a free printable template for all the shapes AND a coloring page for each season to place above the board! This is a […]

Crochet Star Baby Mobile – Free Patterns

Crochet Star Baby Mobile with free patterns and a tutorial!

There’s this adorable crocheted baby mobile hanging in Griffin’s nursery, and it was so easy and fun to make! Here’s a tutorial and free patterns so you can make it, too. Here’s how I did it: I made 8 large star appliques and 8 mini ones (both of which are free patterns on my blog). […]

Crochet and Ribbon Valentine’s Wreath Craft

Crochet and Ribbon Valentine's Wreath Craft

A simple and quick Valentine’s wreath with free crochet patterns for a butterfly, flowers and a rosette. Add some lace and sparkly ribbon, and you’ve got quite a unique and pretty wreath! There’s this sweet little Valentine’s wreath that’s come to visit in my office. It’s very delicate and feminine and reminds me of old-fashioned […]

Crafting with Kids – Snow Paint Winter & Valentine’s Garland

Snow Paint Winter Garland Craft

Painting with snow paint is so much fun, and once it dries, it really looks like snow! It’s the perfect craft to do with a toddler, too, because it doesn’t require precision. I’ve also included a free printable to use as a stencil to cut out the shapes. Supplies Colored paper (just a few sheets […]

DIY Kids Felt Christmas Tree Craft

DIY Kids Felt Christmas Tree

This felt kids Christmas tree is perfect for young children as it’s virtually indestructible, and even the craft-challenged parent can tackle it in an hour or less. You just need felt, scissors, and cookie cutters! There’s nothing more un-fun than keeping small children off the family Christmas tree – for an entire month! We’ve been just […]

Christmas Craft with Kids – Felt Star Tree Topper

Kids Felt Christmas Tree Star Topper

A quick and easy tree topper your child can make for their own Christmas tree using felt, pom-poms and puffy paint! We have literally gone hog wild this holiday season in our house with felt, pom-poms and puffy paint. Once I started one project with Gabe, the creativity and ideas just kept on coming and […]

Christmas Felt Wreath Craft with Kids

Christmas Felt Wreath Craft with Kids

This Christmas felt wreath with pom-poms and puffy paint is super easy and fun to make, even for a toddler! We’ve had so much fun this December coming up with ways to use felt, pom-poms and puffy paint to make our own Christmas decorations. In addition to this wreath, we also made our own felt […]

Christmas Craft with Kids – Felt Ornament with Puffy Paint and Pom-Poms

Christmas Crafts with Kids - Felt Christmas Tree Ornaments

Our kitchen table is getting bombarded with paper, scissors, felt, glue, paint, pom-poms, smiles, giggles and chatter – all to make crafts for Christmas and for some homeschool preschool! These adorable Christmas ornaments are so easy for kids to make, mine’s only 3, using felt, pom-poms, puff paint, and scissors. My preschooler, Gabe, and I […]