DIY Craft: Make an Origami Paper Flower for Mother’s Day

An easy DIY craft: Kids can make a Mother’s Day origami paper flower! When our Blog Ambassador Amy of TeachMama asked friends what their children wished they could do for Mom, it’s no surprise that many answers included giving flowers! It seems as if everyone enjoys giving (and getting) colorful flowers. So we’re here to show […]

Beautiful Crafts Using Heart Shapes

These amazing heart shape keepsakes were crafted and shared with us by special guest blogger Dena Ann Adams. This pretty heart shape trinket box was so fun to make it felt like a present to myself. I love this kit as-is, and I think it’s great – but did you know you can also go […]

Glowing Fairy Bottle

Learn how to make a glowing fairy bottle, from guest blogger Sara of Bitz & Giggles. Cora, my four-year-old loves playing dress-up. I hang all of her play dresses and costumes on the bottom bar of her closet so she can easily grab them whenever she wants. Very often, the first thing she does after […]

Tuck a Little Treat into Your Child’s Lunchbox

→ Welcome to part two of a special series from guest blogger Julie Kieras of HappyStrongHome. Let’s learn about sharing love with our little ones during school, with lunchbox notes and treats. As the school year progresses, I get daily requests for this or that “treat” to be included at lunchtime. I’m not above indulging […]

Lunchbox Note Ideas: Scratch Art Sayings

→ During the coming months, guest blogger Julie Kieras from HappyStrongHome will help us share love with our little ones throughout the school day, with her creative lunchbox note ideas! We hope you enjoy this special series from Julie. Last year was my first experience packing lunches for my little boys, as we did our first […]

Celebrate with Paper Patriotic Crafts

This patriotic crafts post is brought to us by guest blogger Julie Kieras from HappyStrongHome. With three patriotic holidays in a bit more than a month (Memorial Day, Flag Day, and Fourth of July), the boys and I have been decorating the house with a few red, white, and blue crafts! Celebrating with paper patriotic […]

Spring Break Indoor Camping Adventure

This spring break indoor camping adventure post was brought to us by guest blogger Sara Zenner from Bitz & Giggles. It would be an understatement to say that our family is looking forward to summer. We were super excited to see the snow melt away last month and now we have a bad case of spring fever. […]

Valentine mail bags: super-cute, sweet and simple

This creative way of bringing some personalized fun and creativity to Valentine’s Day is brought to you by Melissa & Doug, written by our Blog Ambassador Amy Mascott.   I have been a Classroom Parent now for almost five years, and each year, I am not sure what to do for Valentine’s Day Mail Bags. Some years, […]

Trick or Treat Printable Fun!

Trick or treat! Halloween is on its way, and we’re sharing two free printable pages for some trick or treat themed creativity. Whether or not your costumes are chosen, your little artist or writer can enjoy some trick or treat printable fun right now. Just click on a page and print it! Remember your favorite crayons, scissors and art supplies!   Trick […]