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  • Winter Craft Roundup
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    Winter Craft Roundup

    I love winter, but cold weather often means that my children and I get stuck inside. Crafts are a perfect activity to chase away the stir-craziness. What better way to pass a winter day with children than with some simple but cool crafts through a roundup of winter-inspired crafts for the littlest crafters. Arctic Fox […] More

  • St. Patrick's Day Craft Roundup
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    St. Patrick’s Day Craft Roundup

    St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner! My kiddos and I love making crafts for every holiday of the year. Shamrocks, rainbows, and green are perfect for hanging around the house from mid-February until March 17. What better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with children than with some simple but festive crafts through […] More

  • Valentine's Day Craft Roundup
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    Valentine’s Day Craft Roundup

    Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! While I love the autumn season and the Christmas holiday, I love making valentine-themed crafts with my kiddos even more. With a few hearts cut from colored paper, my children and I have made all sorts of adorable valentines. What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with children […] More

  • Footprint Snowman Craft
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    Footprint Snowman Craft

    Of all the crafts that I make with my kiddos, I cherish handprint and footprint crafts the most because the style allows me to lock a small piece of my daughter and son in time. Last January I helped my children make footprint snowmen in celebration of winter. Materials Blue, black, brown, and white construction […] More

  • Handprint-Footprint Autumn Leaf Craft
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    Handprint-Footprint Autumn Leaf Craft

    Making handprint crafts is one of my favorite creative activities to do with my children. My kids love playing in the paint and sink water, and I love capturing a small piece of my babies in time. For a recent fall season craft, my kids and I made autumn leaves. My daughter used her handprint […] More

  • Ghost Footprint Craft
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    Ghost Footprint Craft

    My kiddos and I have been hard at work making all sorts of fun Halloween crafts. I personally love making footprint crafts with my children because I can lock a small piece of my babies in time. For a recent Halloween craft, we made some adorably spooky footprint ghosts. Materials Black paper White and black […] More

  • Frankenstein's Monster Footprint Craft
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    Frankenstein’s Monster Footprint Craft

    My kiddos and I love making crafts together for the holidays, especially for Halloween. As a fun and non-scary way to prepare for the upcoming holiday, I helped my daughter and son make Frankenstein’s monster footprint crafts. My kids love playing in the paint and then the sink, and I love locking a small piece […] More

  • Earth Day Paper Plate Handprint-Footprint Earth Craft
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    Earth Day Paper Plate Handprint-Footprint Earth Craft

    Earth Day is a worldwide celebration held annually on April 22 to garner support for environmental protection. Celebrate the holiday with your child with a fun Earth Day handprint or footprint craft that locks a little piece of your kiddo in time. Materials White paper plate Blue and green paper Scrap cardboard Paintbrush Cotton ball […] More

  • Alphabet Handprint-Footprint Crafts
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    Alphabet Handprint-Footprint Crafts

    Is your young child learning about the alphabet? Teach your toddler the ABCs with fun handprint and footprint crafts for each letter of the alphabet. (Click the linksĀ for detailed instructions for each alphabet craft.) A A Is for Alligator A Is for Apple B B Is for Bat B Is for Birds B Is for […] More

  • R Is for Robin Footprint Craft
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    R Is for Robin Footprint Craft

    R is for robin! Help your toddler learn about the letter R by making a fun robin footprint craft. Materials Brown, red, and orange nontoxic paint Blank paper Paper plate or scrap cardboard Cotton ball Cotton swab or paintbrush Instructions Pour some brown paint onto the cardboard. Use a cotton ball to spread a thin […] More

  • P Is for Parrot Handprint-Footprint Craft
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    P Is for Parrot Handprint-Footprint Craft

    P is for parrot! Help your toddler learn about the letter P by making a fun parrot footprint and handprint craft. Materials Red, yellow, blue, purple, and orange nontoxic paint Blank paper Paper plate or scrap cardboard Cotton ball Cotton swab or paintbrush Instructions Pour some red paint onto the cardboard. Use a cotton ball […] More

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