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Learning Outcome: Imagination & Exploration

Silly Spooky Stones

Looking for a low-maintenance pet? Try a spooky or kooky rock monster! These Halloween creations are fun dramatic play companions and a great chance for children to express their creativity.

Frankenstein's Mask Craft for Halloween

Frankenstein Faces

It's alive! This activity will have children creating their own versions of Frankenstein's monster. Great for developing early motor skills and for Halloween-themed dramatic play.

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.

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!

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!

Statue of Liberty Crown

Statue of Liberty Crown and Torch

Celebrate Independence Day by holding the torch high! This activity is a great chance to introduce children to some history while creating a craft perfect for both role-playing and holiday celebration. Just be sure to let the paint dry before wearing the crown!

Celebrate Pride! Glittering Disco Pride Rainbows

Glittering Disco Pride Rainbows

Who can deny the fun and sparkle of pride month! Why not bring the glittery fun to your craft hour? Put on some fun disco music and let the kids create glitter rainbows to celebrate pride month. Does your classroom have a disco ball? It may be the perfect time to get one!

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! Rainbow Heart Stained Glass Window Art

Rainbow Heart “Stained Glass” Window Art

These colorful window hangers will add a burst of color to your home or classroom! Hang them in a window to be seen from outside and inside, and marvel as they filter light into a rainbow of colors.

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.

Celebrate PRIDE - Rainbow Flag Heart Display

Rainbow Flag Heart Display

Create a colorful heart display for your home or classroom to open up conversations about what the colors represent and why those meanings are important.

Father's Day - Collage

Meet My Dad

Create a portrait of dad like no other using collage materials! This activity will demonstrate the creative possibilities of collage art and give children a taste of creating representational artwork. And of course, dad's going to get a great portrait!

10 Reasons

Show dad ten reasons that you love him with this charming craft stick activity. In addition to helping children express their feelings, this activity encourages construction skills, creative thinking and color recognition.

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.

EARTH DAY Activity DRY FOAM MODEL

Earth Air Dry Foam Model

Create a unique model of Earth using air-dry foam and inflatable shapes! The foam is put onto an inflated shape of the children's choosing, allowed to dry, and then the form is deflated and removed. The air-dry foam remains intact and in shape!

Pot of Gold

Pot of Gold

Create golden nugget treasures with rocks and a little paint!

Pot of Gold

Pot of Gold

Create golden nugget treasures with rocks and a little paint!

Pilgrim Ship Creative Craft Activity for Thanksgiving

Pilgrim Ship

Set sail to a new continent! Children will adore these crafts and the telling of historical (or fictional) stories with them. A terrific activity for critical thinking, creative thinking, storytelling and historical discussion.

Thanksgiving Creative Craft Activity Pilgrim Hat

Pilgrim Hats

Give children a chance to dress up as the early pilgrim settlers with this quick and simple activity! They'll develop critical motor skills and practice concentration as they cut and assemble their project. Plus, they'll have a fun new dramatic play hat!

Thanksgiving Creative Craft Activity Hand Turkey

Handprint Turkeys

Celebrate the Thanksgiving turkey by creating your own out of a few simple supplies! In this activity, children will combine objects like paper cups and pom-poms while creating their own colorful turkey feathers. A great way to cultivate creativity and practice fine motor skills!

Thanksgiving Creative Craft Activity Paper Cup Turkeys

Paper Cup Turkeys

Celebrate the Thanksgiving turkey by creating your own out of a few simple supplies! In this activity, children will combine objects like paper cups and pom-poms while creating their own colorful turkey feathers. A great way to cultivate creativity and practice fine motor skills!

Thanksgiving Creative Craft Activity Pilgrim Ship

Pilgrim Ships

Perfect for accompanying lessons on the pilgrims' voyage to America, this activity builds motor skills as children learn about history! This is a terrific process art activity for cultivating creativity and practicing fine motor skills for a variety of age groups.

Fall Fiery Leaves Trees

Fiery Fall Trees

In the fall in certain areas of the country, tree leaves turn fiery hues of gold, red, yellow and orange. Children may wonder, what makes trees change colors? This craft is a great accompaniment to lessons on trees and the life cycle of a tree.

EASTER Activity BLUE BIRD AND EASTER CHICK

Blue Bird Easter Chick

Spring is a time for celebrating new life! In this activity children will make pots resembling adorable baby birds that they may use for Easter baskets, supply holders or any number of things. A terrific introduction to the colors and symbols of spring!

EASTER Activity DAZZLING CROSSES

Dazzling Crosses

This shimmery activity celebrates Easter by having children decorate dazzling crosses symbolizing the resurrection of Jesus on Easter Sunday.

Jungle Leaves

Jungle Leaves

Decorate your classroom by making your own palm leaves from construction paper! This activity helps young children build motor skills while giving them a chance to learn about and appreciate leaves.

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