These crafty little Easter bunnies are adorable and a fun project for older kids. First, this is not the typical project I usually like to share since it is not open-ended. But it is so high on the cute factor, that we’re going to do it!
Supplies needed for the Easter bunnies: 1/2 inch glue . . . Read More: Easter Egg Bunnies
We decorated Easter eggs using dye and stickers, then we peeled off the stickers for a resist dye effect. A couple of years ago we decorated eggs using a similar technique with hot glue. This is a bit more kid friendly and very simple to do.
Supplies for Egg Decorating: boiled eggs . . . Read More: Easter Egg Decorating ~ Resist with Stickers
We are ready for Spring! We are saying good bye to Old Man Winter and are making cupcake paper flowers. They are delightfully easy and need only basic supplies.
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We made adorable play dough snakes! They are full of creativity, color theory, fine motor skills, and fun.
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To celebrate summer time we’re making a crown of grass. This craft was inspired by Ms. Lora from our local library’s summer preschool story time. She made this crown with our preschoolers. The kids loved it and they looked adorable. It requires only basic supplies and a wide age group . . . Read More: A Crown of Grass