How to Remake Broken Crayons

Recycle Crayons

When you have a toddler who loves to color, the life cycle of crayons can be a bit short – and your own life tends to be a repetition of the previous day. You wake up, open a new box of crayons, watch your kid break them all, and then repeat everything all over again […]

Lego Man Costume

Lego Costume

In need of a costume for the little one? Here’s an awesome costume idea other kids on the block will envy! :) The first thing you’re going to love about this costume is that it uses free (or very cheap) material — boxes! And since this is a DIY costume, you can make any Lego […]

Easy Art for Kids

Easy Art for Kids

Crayons and drawing books for the kids’ art time? Too ordinary! So here’s a little project to give your kids something a bit different and more fun to do. You can build this simple stand using scrap timber you may have in your storage. But you can also use other materials such as PVC pipes, cardboard boxes, etc. Be […]

Hand And Footprint Art

Hand and Footprint Art

Creating paintings with bare hands are fun. Doing it with the family makes it even more meaningful. So let your imagination run and get the whole family’s hands on it!  Here are some tips… Materials: Canvas Acrylic Paints Brush Permanent Marker Plastic Plate   Steps: First thing you need to do is to make sure […]

Make Your Own Chalkboard Paint

Chalkboards are great around the home. Kids love them. They’re also handy for leaving family messages. Or to-do lists, calendars,  wall murals or shopping lists. But why stop there? Chalkboard paint can be used for handy labelling of spice and herb jars, or the pots the herbs and spices grow in, or anything else where you want a non-permanent but […]

18 Creative Paper Roll Activities for Kids

Paper Roll Ideas

One of the nicest things about being a kid is that it doesn’t take much to make you happy. Give them anything that has their favourites in it, they are happy.  Give them anything to play with, they are happy. It’s always nice to see kids’ eyes light up with the simplest of things, as if they have […]

DIY Galaxy Play Dough

DIY Galaxy Playdough

So many of the children’s toys that are popular today seem to have less and less benefit for their social, cognitive, and motor skills development. Surrounded by technology, many spend hours sitting on the couch staring at screens with only their fingers and eyeballs moving. I often see children as young as one and two years old playing with their parents’ tablets or […]

DIY Constellation Jar Lamp

DIY Constellation Jar Lamp

One of the things that never fails to give us feelings of awe and relaxation are the stars at night. Kids’ eyes always light up everytime they see stars and they often visibly calm down. Which is why a constellation lighting in your kids’ bedroom would be a great idea to help them to get to […]

Seed Ball Planting

Seed Balls

Want your kids to know how much fun gardening can be? Seed ball planting is the first activity you can do with them which they’ll surely find awesome. It’s also a great opportunity to educate them about saving the environment! Seed balls (or earth balls), as the name implies, are seeds rolled within a ball of clay […]

Shuriken/Ninja Star Origami

DIY Ninja Star

This is one of the classic origami many of the kids before the computer era enjoyed making. I remembered this while watching Ninja Assassin on the television the other day. It’s easy and fun to throw around which we could teach kids and let them play with. What you’ll need: 2 pieces Square Construction Paper for one […]

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