I saw something like this at the Children's Museum we go to and decided to try it out with my son. I placed water with different colors of food coloring in an ice cube tray. I left some of the spaces open so he could mix new colors in the empty spots. I had a squeezable tube from a different art ... Read More about Toddler Sensory Experience ~ Chemisrty Experiment
I think tutus are the cutest thing! I never knew there was a simple, cute version to make until a friend showed me the ones she made for her girls. I made 2 of them for under $12! If you have coupons or discounts, you could make these for even less. All you need is tulle and ribbon and your are set ... Read More about Handmade Tutus ~ No sew, easy to make!
23 months old submitted by Tyler3 1/2 years oldMake a prince, princess, boy, girl, superman or anything else you can think of all with just empty paper towel and toilet paper rolls, construction paper, yarn, masking tape, and glue.Your child can have fun decorating it with markers, glitter, buttons, ... Read More about Homemade Prince Puppet
This Color Your Own T-Shirt Craft is such a cute idea! You don't even need to know how to draw to make it. First, find a plain, white t-shirt in your child's size. Using fabric paint, you can either draw your own image or trace the outline of a page in a coloring book. You could also print out a ... Read More about Fun Handmade Color Your Own T-shirt Craft
My toddler sounds so cute when he says Koala ("wala"), so I wanted to do a Koala project with him. As usual, first he painted a koala coloring page.Making the Homemade Cardboard Puzzle is very simple. First, I printed a koala photo I found via Google. Then, I glued it to a piece of cardboard and cut ... Read More about Koala Craft ~ Homemade Puzzle