Earth Day Activites for Kids

Earth Day activities

The following post is from Jamie of See Jamie Blog: The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it.” Psalm 24:1 My Creation-loving dad was a very big influence on my love and appreciation of nature. I hope to instill the same in my own children. With […]

Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids

Valentine's Day Crafts for Kids

The following post is from Christy of Eclectic Momma:   I love decorating for Valentine’s Day.  We have a great time when we pull out the craft supplies and the heart cookie cutters.   Easy and fun are the key words when it comes to our projects.  Hanging homemade decorations in our windows helps spread the […]

Favorite Songs of Christmas Unit Studies for Elementary Students

Favorite Songs of Christmas Unit Studies

The following post is written by contributing writer Amanda from The Scarlet Paisley. The season for Christmas music can’t come soon enough for me, and living in a winter wonderland makes me want to crank up the festive tunes anytime snow is on the ground. Which for us, is usually seven months of the year! As […]

Christmas Crafts for Kids

Christmas Crafts for Kids

The following is a post by contributing writer Jamie. Oh, y’all. I could’ve listed 100+ fun Christmas crafts here, but I refrained! Instead, I whittled the vast array of yuletide craftiness down to just a dozen (and a half!) truly delightful creations for kids of all ages. And if you’re like me, you might make […]

Celebrate Poinsettia Day: Activities, Crafts, Recipes, and More

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The following is a post from contributing writer, Christy @ Eclectic Momma. Poinsettia Day is celebrated on December 12th in honor of Joel Roberts Poinsett’s birthday, the first  U.S. ambassador to Mexico in the 1800s.  After visiting Mexico and seeing the plants, he sent several home to his plantation in South Carolina where he began to […]

Thankful Turkey 3D Cut Out Art Activity for Thanksgiving

Thankful Turkey Cut Out Art Activity | hsclassroom.net

The following is a post from The Homeschool Classroom founder and managing editor, Angie from Many Little Blessings. My daughter has been talking a lot lately about things that she’s thankful for now that Thanksgiving is right around the corner.  I thought that presented the perfect opportunity to put together her love of all things […]

Duct Tape Crafts for Kids

Duct Tape Crafts for Kids

The following is a post by contributing writer Jamie. In this house 13-year-old Kathryn is the resident duct tape expert, so we have a running list of projects she’s either already made or is planning to make. For this list, I managed to find a few she hadn’t seen before, which is really saying something! […]

Playdough Recipes and Mats

The following is a post from contributing writer Lauren from Mama’s Learning Corner.   Playdough is always a favorite for the preschool crowd.  Here are some favorite links to several playdough recipes and practice mats for your littles to enjoy! Playdough Recipes The Best Homemade Playdough Recipe – Domestic Superhero  This blogger named her playdough […]

Simple Sewing Projects for Kids

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The following is a post by contributing writer Jamie. There are roughly a gazillion or so sewing project ideas and tutorials online, but I narrowed it down to a few that are actually worth your while! My kids love crafty projects but it annoys me to go to the time and trouble to make something […]

Celebrate Autumn With These Fun Family Activities

Celebrate Autumn With These Fun Family Activities

The following is a post from contributing writer Tiffany Manley. Summer bucket lists are checked off and put away. The lazy, crazy, hazy days of summer have morphed into crisp, cool fall days, and it’s time to celebrate! We all have our standard fall activities: apple picking, checking out the gorgeous leaves, pumpkin patches, and […]

Autumn Leaves: 9 Fall Crafts for Kids

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The following is a post from contributing writer Jamie. No question about it, autumn is my favorite season. Once the sweltering heat of the Georgia summer is over, I want to get outside as often as possible. Anytime I do have to be inside, I want to either be baking or crafting — or maybe […]