Archives for May 2015

18 Cool 4th of July Crafts for Kids

The excitement of Independence Day always inspires all kinds of fun 4th of July crafts and activities for kids. Here are 18 of our favorites! Follow Buggy and Buddy on Pinterest!   The 4th of July is always such an exciting and memorable holiday. There’s always fun family picnics to look forward to, as well as […]

6 Fun Ways to Keep the Kids Cool this Summer

I’m so thrilled to have the super talented, Asia, from Fun at Home with Kids guest posting today! Asia is one of the most talented people out there and is a major super star when it comes to just about anything kid-related- especially sensory play! You are going to LOVE all the fun ideas she’s sharing […]

Art Projects for Kids Using Shapes

Here are tons of fun ways to integrate art into the learning of shapes. Children can do art projects based on the individual shapes they’re currently learning or create art using a many shapes at once! So many possibilities and so much inspiration! This post was originally published on July 29, 2014 and has since been updated. Follow […]

16 Faux Stained Glass Crafts for Kids

Looking to jazz up your windows this summer? Here’s 16 super cool window crafts for kids that look just like stained glass! Follow our Art for Kids Pinterest board!     After running across some really cool faux stained glass crafts for kids online recently, I knew I had to put together a roundup to share […]

Father’s Day Craft: Tie-Shaped Bookmark Using Tear Art

Here’s a simple Father’s Day craft for kids to create that would make a special homemade gift for Dad! These homemade bookmarks are made using a tear art technique with newspaper- perfect for preschoolers and kindergarteners. I think any dad or grandpa would be excited to get one of these special, homemade gifts for Father’s Day! […]

Fishing Math Game with Free Printables

Kids will love making their very own fishing math game using magnets and foam fish. The post also includes a free printable for addition practice and a free printable for one-to-one correspondence practice to go along with the game! Follow our Math Games for Kids Pinterest board!   (This post contains affiliate links.)   In our most […]

Tide Pool Science Experiment for Kids

Here’s a super easy science experiment for kids all about tide pools! Children will create their own mini tide pool and then add water to explore what happens during low tide and high tide. (And when they’re done, they’ll be left with a really fun tide pool sensory box to play with outside!) *This activity […]

Counting Math Game Inspired by I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More!

Here’s a fun counting and coloring game inspired by the book, I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More! This free printable activity encourages children to get creative and gives  them the opportunity to practice their one-to-one correspondence too! Follow the Preschool Book Club Pinterest board!   (This post contains affiliate links.)   The Preschool Book Club is back this week with […]