Get creative and express yourself with this fun collage craft.
Using the picture book Diary of a Worm as an example, your child can write his own creative animal diary.
Here’s a fun activity that will get creative juices flowing! All you need are some random objects and a little imagination to advertise them.
This pet is not only fun to create, but it’s also one Mom and Dad won’t mind having around the house.
Every year my son gets involved in building a fort indoors. Since he’s always built them with blankets, chairs, sheets, clothespins, folding chairs, boxes, cushions etc, it’s always been a safe activity he could enjoy without us hovering. This year, he announced he wanted to build his fort outdoors, with actual wood and nails. Our first instinct was to be worried, but then we
We went to a friends house whose every surface had mosaics on it. It was colorful and unexpected. My son was very interested because he had never seen anything like it before. If you are not aware, a mosaic is a picture created with lots of small tiles. However, it can be made with any type of material. In this friend’s house, shells, metal,
My son’s interests change quickly but he is passionate about each and every one. For example, a year ago he really liked Beyblades so there posters of Beyblades everywhere in his room. It gets expensive to buy these posters, even if he is using his allowance. They cost $15 and up, yet rip easily. A great way to spend an afternoon together is
Everyone, including children, needs to have creative outlets in order to achieve happiness and balance. Creativity does not need to be taught, but it does need nurturing. It needs to brew in the right conditions to prosper and grow to its full potential. This is especially true for children after hours spent learning in school. There are many simple ways that can inspire
I am always searching for activities my 10 year old son and 20 month old daughter can do together. It’s hard since their interests and skill levels are so different. Recently I found a great activity that sparked both their imaginations- creating a fairy garden. From the little bit of research I did, I found fairy gardens are like a worldwide craft phenomena. People
I often wonder what goes on in my child’s head. I always look for opportunities to glimpse his ideas and thoughts. Recently, we started an ongoing project that really helps me see how he sees himself. My son’s self-portrait is a reflection of what he looks like and how he interprets himself and the world around him. If I want to get to know