Here are a few fun Thanksgiving crafts to do with your little ones.
From crayons to chalkboard art, painting is one activity that pretty much every child enjoys and for good reason: what kid could turn down a chance to get messy with mom’s permission? Whether you’re looking for a family project or just trying to find something to occupy your little one for a while, following are […]
These tin can robot kits reminiscent of Mr.Potato allow kids to create (and re-create) robots from recycled parts and magnets. All the “body” parts can be stashed inside the tin can, wrapped with a how-to labelâ€”perfect for a DIY party craft or gift.
Sock BunniesÂ | hotcakes Sock bunnies made from toddler socks, dried beans and a rubber band! Tape-Covered Spring VaseÂ | Better Homes & Gardens Cover a glass bottle with layers of thick and thin strips of colored tape. Easter Egg GarlandÂ | Craft Endeavor Wrap embroidery floss around a balloon using a paper machÃ© technique. […]
In honor of craft month (+ beyond), I challenge Kindoinfo readers (and myself) to make art a part of every dayâ€”art-making or appreciation needn’t be elaborate.
Dr. Seuss’ whimsical rhymes and clever stories hold the same magic for my children as they did for me when I was a kid.
March 2nd also marks the day (in 2007) when I first shared Kidoinfo online with a circle of friends. Thanks for being part of the Kido family!
Looking for something to do with your kids during this holiday vacation? Hereâ€™s the Kidoinfo Top 12 List of things to do â€“ many are Free and Cheap. Check the Kidoinfo calendar and blog for even more ideas.
Today I introduce Elyse Majorâ€”writer/tinkerer. She is the author of Tinkered Treasures, a craft book of over thirty five projects which illustrates how everyday items such as tin cans and clothespins can be easily transformed into charming dÃ©cor and gifts. In addition to Kidoinfo, she contributes to magazines such as Romantic Country and Romantic Homes as a writer and sometime-stylist/photographer; she publishes a blog, and works as a communications consultant for Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island.
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