“Happiness is a box of candy canes,” or so said a child I used to teach in kindergarten. Today’s candy cane craft is great for improving fine motor skills and ties in with patterning lessons in the classroom. Enjoy!
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When I was putting together the line-up for the 25 Days of Quick Kids’ Christmas Ornaments, Beth at Life in the BAT Cave suggested her Easy Rag Wreath Ornaments as a contender. Sure enough, the craft was cute and perfect for doing with kids. We made a few modifications and although they turned out a bit larger than Beth’s…
We are kicking off the 25 Days of Quick Kids’ Christmas Ornaments today with one of our favorite easy and adorable crafts. This Baby Sock Snowman Ornament is quick to make, and requires only a few easy-to-find materials. So, set aside 15 minutes and get crafting with your kids!
The Advent season is upon us! My kids love keeping track of the days until Christmas, but with three kids, that is a lot of advent calendars. Naturally, sharing can be harrowing, so forget about everyone using the same one. To combat the cost of three separate calendars, I created ones that allowed each child to have their own.
The other day we asked our Facebook friends what crafts their kids were working on and we got some great responses. Carrie from Chockababy mentioned that her kids have a slight case of the “gimmes” and were going to be making Gratitude Garlands. Gratitude Garlands where your kids write what they are thankful for that year? How did I…