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Category: 4 and up

Halloween Felt Decorations

Halloween Felt Decorations

Halloween creatures aren't so scary when they're this cute and fuzzy! This activity lets children really experiment with creating their own design and putting it all together to create a unique, personal decoration.

Slime Monster Jars for Halloween

Slime Monster Jars

These charming little creepies are as unique as their creators! This activity emphasizes creativity and personal expression as children choose their creatures shimmery interior and personalize them with all the materials available to them.

Simple Beading Pumpkin for Halloween

Simple Beading Pumpkin

It's harvest time! These simple beaded pumpkins are easy to make, and great for building fine motor skills in little hands. With a simple shape and just a couple of colors, it's remarkable how easy it can be to represent real-world objects.

Watercolor Resist Leaves

Watercolor Resist Leaves

Children will be fascinated as they discover that watercolors wash over and don’t cling to where they drew the leaves with crayons.

Sparkly Pumpkin Photo Frame Ornaments

Sparkly Pumpkin Photo Frame Ornaments

A delightful activity using photos of the children to make a Halloween ornament

Trick-or-Treat Bags

Trick-or-Treat Bags

Kids will love making an original tote for all their Halloween fun!

Creature Box

Creature Box

During Halloween, even plain old boxes come to life as spooky characters!

Ghost in the Window

Ghost in the Window

Peek in at these spooky ghosts!

Cotton Ghosts Creative Craft Activity for Halloween

Fluffy Ghosts

The light, fluffy texture of cotton balls is perfect for creating cute little ghosts! This activity is great for fine motor skills practice, and it allows room for children to express their creativity by personalizing their ghosts.

Jack O’Lantern Jars

Jack-o'-lanterns are a Halloween staple, and a treat to make using all sorts of materials. In this activity, children will create their own lanterns using a mason jar and tissue paper while building dexterity and observing how light passes through various materials.

Skeleton Handprints Creative Craft Activity for Halloween

Skeleton Handprints

A unique twist on handprint activities! Creating these spooky handprints is not only fun for the Halloween season, but is also a great opportunity to discuss the human skeleton, bones and x-rays!

Craft Stick Monsters

Create fun monsters with simple collage supplies!

Witch's Hat Craft Activity

Witch’s Hat

This Halloween activity is wicked fun, and great practice for combining simple shapes to make more complex ones. In addition to exploring shapes and developing cutting skills, children will also learn about classic Halloween colors and using negative space in art.

Granparent's Day Activity - Jewelry Holder

Grandparents’ Jewelry Holder

Many grandparents value their jewelry and watches because of their inherent value and the memories they inspire. Create a little bowl made specially for them to hold these items. We're going to use air-dry foam and putty along with our reusable inflatable forms to make these keepsakes.

Grandma and Grandpa Shelf-Sitters

Grandma and Grandpa Shelf-Sitters

A charming craft for children to give as a gift or keep for themselves.

Grandparent's Day Craft - Coaster

Grampa & Gran’s Coaster

Everyone can use a special coaster! Gran and Grampa will think of their grandkids every time they drink coffee or a cool drink while using these crafty coasters. Plus, children will learn some basic construction skills.

Grandma's Marbled Flower Pot

Grandma’s BioColor Marbled Flowerpot

In this activity we're going to make marbled papier-mache pots that grandma and grandpa can use for flowers, change, pens, treats and more!

Grandparent's Day - Bookmarks

Watercolor Bookmarks for Grandma and Grandpa

No matter our age, reading is good for our brains! Encourage grandma and grandpa to read more by giving them a unique and personal bookmark gift. It's sure to bring smiles to their faces!

July Noisemaker

July Noise Maker

Celebrate the 4th with some noise! No 4th of July celebration is complete without noisemakers, and this activity will have children making their own in no time. Decorate as you like for creative expression and build motor skills playing this festive drum.

Straw Fireworks

Straw Fireworks

Recreate the color, shapes and excitement of fireworks with this explosive activity! Children will practice creative skills and motor skills while also gaining experience working with different colors and shapes. The results are explosive!

Craft Stick Flags

Craft Stick Flags

Children will love creating their own artistic interpretation of the US Flag!

Celebrate Pride! Pom Pom Fluffy Pride Rainbow

Pom-Pom Fluffy Pride Rainbow

This craft requires no scissors, so it can be created safely by very young children. Children can practice identifying colors and sorting the pom poms by color.

Celebrate Pride! Bookmarks for Pride Month

Bookmarks for Pride Month

Bookmarks are easy to make and fun to give as gifts. You don’t need a lot of fancy art supplies or planning to provide a quick craft activity like this one!

Celebrate Pride! Love Makes a Family Paper Cutouts

Love Makes a Family Paper Cutouts

Provide children with a few symbolic stencil shapes and let them tell the stories of who makes up their families.

Celebrate Pride! Torn Paper Rainbows

Torn Paper Rainbows

This craft requires no scissors, so it can be created safely by very young children. Children will practice identifying colors and sorting pieces of paper by color.

Celebrate Pride! Recycled Material Heart Door Hangers

Recycled Material Heart Door Hangers

Create a welcoming heart craft to show that your home or classroom is a loving and friendly environment for all.

My Dad Rocks!

My Dad Rocks!

Show dad how much he rocks with his own personalized rock!

Dad Tape Art

Dad Tape Art

Create an irresistible keepsake for Father's Day!

Rad Dad!

Rad Dad!

Give dad a card that really stands up!

Days with Dad

Celebrate special days with dad with a jarful of your favorite activities! In addition to creating a great gift for dad, this activity helps children to plan ahead, practice fine motor skills and build creative skills as they decorate their jar to their liking.

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