Rainbow Loom Crafts for Kids

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The following post is from Demetria of Christian Homeschool Moms: Note: Links to the Rainbow Loom product are affiliate links.  Thanks! If you’ve been to any craft store recently, you’ve probably noticed that the Rainbow Loom is hot stuff these days.  My daughter definitely caught onto this trend right away and began spending her time making […]

Summer Crafts for Preschoolers

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The following post is from Dianna of The Kennedy Adventures: This post contains affiliate links. Thanks for your support of our authors.  Whether you’re taking a break from your homeschool for the summer, or working on a year round approach, these longer days are perfect for summer crafts for preschoolers.   Let’s take a look […]

Mother’s Day Gifts Kids Can Make

Mothers Day Gifts Kids Can Make

The following post is from Jamie of See Jamie Blog: I sifted through a bunch of kid crafts to find ones I’d actually like to receive. Despite what you commonly find online or in kindergarten classrooms across the country, there is no law requiring that kid-created Mother’s Day gifts be created from toilet paper rolls […]

Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids

The following post is from Christy of Eclectic Momma:   I love decorating for Valentine’s Day.  We have a great time when we pull out the craft supplies and the heart cookie cutters.   Easy and fun are the key words when it comes to our projects.  Hanging homemade decorations in our windows helps spread the […]

Favorite Songs of Christmas Unit Studies for Elementary Students

The following post is written by contributing writer Amanda from The Scarlet Paisley. The season for Christmas music can’t come soon enough for me, and living in a winter wonderland makes me want to crank up the festive tunes anytime snow is on the ground. Which for us, is usually seven months of the year! As […]