Kid’s Craft Ideas
Great Blogs with Kid’s Craft Ideas
Thank goodness I enjoy crafting! I say that because sometimes the trials and tribulations that come with raising a toddler seem less stressful when I can break out a craft activity for the two of us to do. I have found some fun resources for kid’s craft ideas that I want to share with you today.
Jamie is a mom of three boys and has art projects, crafts, and activities for kids from newborn to three years old. From parenting tips to teaching phonics, Jamie’s website is full of amazing ideas for parent and child to do together. Two of my favorites are a snowman wind chime made out of tin cans and a Dinosaur Fossil Excavation that is a hands on sensory experience. You can follow Jaime on Facebook, Google+, and Pinterest for more inspiration!
Holly and Rachel are some quirky mommas who have collaborated with several creative moms to create a one stop resource for activities, crafts, and fun educational experiences for your kids. You can find indoor and outdoor games, holiday crafts, and even jokes for kids of all ages from babies to middle school aged children. A couple of my favorite posts are Homemade Toys from Your Recycle Bin and Word Family Tic-Tac-Toe reading game. You can follow Holly on Facebook, Google+, and Pinterest for more inspiration!
Last but definitely not least, Heidi and Nicci’s parenting website, not only addresses important pregnancy and birthing information, they share fun topics such as starting family traditions and Toddler friendly healthy recipes. Of course, their kid’s activities and craft and DIY section is my fave, including How to Make Shelves out of Cardboard Boxes and How to Sew a Toddler backpack. Be sure to follow them on Facebook and Pinterest!
Be sure to check out these lovely ladies and their fun and useful sites! Do you have any kid’s activities you’d like to share?
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Fun! Thank you!
Wow! That’s a lot of fun! You know it’s very hard for fathers to engage with their children and build a relationship with them due to the kind of work they have. Your ideas, I’ve implemented them and I’m just to thank you for them for my kids and I now have a deeper and stronger relationship because we make art together. I worked with my boy in building a small tree house at our backyard and I let him paint it. He super enjoyed and even drew a picture of our family in one of its walls.