We’ve been going crazy for bugs and today is no exception with these darling Ladybug Crafts for Kids! Ladybugs are docile, purposeful creatures that many children love due to their gentleness. These crafts are great for summer fun and remind kids of outdoor play, picnics, and gardens! These ladybug crafts are great for teaching preschoolers more . . . . .
Do you have Ladybug Girl fans at your house? It’s a definite favorite at my house and it’s a perfect book series for this time of year since spring is full of cute little ladybugs. My daughter and I got crafty this week making this adorable ladybug finger puppet craft inspired by Ladybug Girl. After your kids . . . . .
Happy Spring! Did you happen to see the adorable k cup bunnies we shared recently? As promised, here are the k cup birds we mentioned. These baby bluebirds would be fun to use for pretend play with a birdhouse or a pretend nest. If you have more empty coffee pods, check out our k cup . . . . .
Let’s learn about symmetry with butterfly paintings! This colorful STE(A)M project teaches preschoolers math in a fun way. Besides butterfly symmetry paintings, you could change it to other animals – check out the paint blob penguin Big Brother helped create when he was a toddler. How to make the Butterfly Symmetry Paintings *This post contains Amazon affiliate . . . . .
Bunnies are the cutest, aren’t they? In this post we are sharing how to recycle k cups into adorable bunnies. They are easy to make and can be used as a Spring or Easter decoration or for kids to use for imaginative play. Stay tuned for the k cup birds we plan to share soon . . . . .