Spring Flower Hand Art Craft for Kids

Here is a really fun spring flower inspired hand art craft for kids to make. If you make it on canvas is makes a lovely childhood keepsake or Mothers Day Gift.

Spring Flower Hand Art Craft for Preschoolers - This is such a fun, pretty art project for kids. This is great for spring, mothers day, or as a childhood keepsake! 

My kids love doing art projects!


Here is a really fun flower craft for spring. Plus it makes such a lovely keepsake or mothers day gift.







Spring Flower Hand Art Craft for Kids

get a canvas or paper and washable paint

You will need an 11”x 8” canvas (can be easily purchased at Michaels), washable paint in 3 colors of choice + green, paint smock, paper plates, and table covering if you’d like.

have your child squish their hand in the paint

This project is a lot of sensory fun for kids as they squish their hands in the colorful paint. Kids will enjoy watching the colors swirl and mix together on their hands and on the canvas.

The beauty of these flowers is that your kids don’t need the added step of cleaning their hands between pressing.

toddler ad preschoolers flower craft

Have your child make prints with their hands on the canvas (shaped vertically) to make flowers. I recommend three across, two in the next row, and one or two random one to give it a non-regulated feel.

i love the mixing of colors that happened naturally

It adds to the beauty of the project to let kids mix paint from several plates.

use finger to add stems and leaves with green paint

Now that the flower bouquet has been made have your child clean off their hand. Give them a plate with green paint and have them make a stem for each flower. Then make fingerprints along the stem to make leaves on the flower stems.

Great Mothers Day Craft for Preschoolers

Mothers Day Craft for Kids

I just love the beauty of the finished hand art project – it very impressionistic art like with our Monet for kids study. My Kindergartner was so proud of her artwork.

100+ Spring Crafts for Kids and Kids Activities including flower and rainbows

 100+ Spring Crafts for Kids & Spring Kids Activities

 

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Plant a Word Garden

Here is a fun way to help kids practice forming simple words and sight words with a fun gardening twist. This is great for kids from Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade too.
Plant a Word Garden - fun, hand on sight word activity for kids from Preschool-3rd grade for spring!



Here is a super fun way for kids to practice sight words this spring!


Kids will love building simple words in this Word Garden activity from Finding the Teachable Moments.  This would be a fun activity to do as part of a Seeds & Plants Unit.


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Pipe Cleaner Glasses Craft

These pipe cleaner glasses craft would be fun for Preschoolers or K-3rd grade as part of a Nehemiah Sunday School Craft.
Pipe Cleaner Glasses Craft for Kids! This is such a simple, fun to make craft for kids from Preschool to Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade. We used this as a Nehemiah Craft for Kids:


This simple craft would be fun for Preschoolers, Kindergarten, 1st grade, or 2nd grade. It's fun and silly and kids think it  is great!



We used it as part of our Sunday School Lessons where  Nehemiah inspects the wall.  It is simple to make and only uses a couple pipe cleaners per kid.





Pipe Cleaner Craft for Kids

find half of the pipe cleaner

Fold your first pipe cleaner in half.

make a circle

Now on one half leave a small gap and then make a circle, twisting the end around the circle to hold in place.

Repeat with the other side.

Repeat with the other side.

cute pipe cleaner in half

Now using another pipe cleaner cut it in half.

wrap around side of glasses

With one of the halves twist the end several times around the yellow circle. Fold back other end of blue pipe cleaner so it can sit on your ear.

completed pipe cleaner craft for preschool

Repeat with the other side. Now you have your glasses.

Nehemiah Inspects the Wall Craft for Kids

Here you go – the glasses fit my 1st grader perfectly.


Nehemiah Sunday School Lesson


If you are using this as a Sunday School craft along with Nehemiah 1-2, you might want to tell the kids “Just like Nehemiah inspected the walls for repair, you need to inspect areas of your life that need God’s repair. Help them think of areas they can inspect.”


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Firefly Bug Craft for Kids

This is a such a cute, simple to make firefly craft for kids that actually lights up! This will be a huge hit with Toddler, Preschool, Kindergarten, and elementary age kids too.
LOVE tihs super cute and easy to make Firefly Bug craft for kid that actually lights up!



Spring means lots of bugs.



And for kids that’s great because they have a natural fascination with guys. They are fun to observe, watch, and even make into a craft!


Firefly Craft for Kids


Kids are going to flip over this super cute and easy to make Firefly Bug Craft from apartment Therapy that actually lights up!



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Easter Create A Word (free printable spelling activity

With Easter right around the corner, we decided to add some Eater themed learning to our homeschool! These free printable worksheets help kids practice spelling with a fun religious Easter theme. He is Risen! He is Risen Indeed!!
Easter Create A Word - this free printable Easter spelling activity for kid from Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade.



This is such a fun way for kids from Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade kids to practice spelling.



This is such a great Easter spelling activity.


Grab the Easter Create-A-Word free printable pages I created over at Free Homeschool Deals.


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Using Picture Books in Middle School and High School

Did you think your years of looking at picture books where over? Here is a fantastic idea for using fantastic picture books to teach about literary techniques (like allegory, alliteration, hyberbole, idiomes,  imagery, irony, metaphors, onomatopoeia, and personification) with Middle School and High School homeschoolers.
Using Picture Books to Teach LIterary Techniques such as like allegory, alliteration, hyberbole, idiomes,  imagery, irony, metaphors, onomatopoeia, and personification



I love picture books!


Picture books not only have some amazing illustrations that help stories come to life, but they are filled with sweet and simple beautiful stories that most of us remember our whole life.


Picture books are filled with such sweet memories of cuddling on the couch with my kids and reading.


Don’t pack up those picture books yet!


Here are 27 specific examples of ways to Use Picture Books to Teach Literary Techniques in Middle & High School from Our Journey Westward!


Wondering what in the world a literary technique is? Here are the ones included: allegory, alliteration, hyberbole, idiomes,  imagery, irony, metaphors, onomatopoeia, and personification


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25 Farm Activities for Kids

Get ready for spring or fall with these 25 fun, creative farm activities for kids of all ages!
Get ready for spring or fall with these fun farm activities



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25 farm activities for kids - so many fun, clever, and unique kids activities with farm animals, barns, growing food, etc. Perfect for sprint or summer activities for toddler, preschool, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade or farm unit! 

Farm Activities for Kids

  1. Milking a "Real" Cow Activity from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
  2. Pond Sensory Play from Two Daloo
  3. Farm Animal Tracks from Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds
  4. DIY Cardboard Box Farm Playhouse from Baby Center
  5. Painting with Hay from Play Away Online
  6. Tractor Bath from Frogs Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
  7. Sticky Sheep from Two Daloo
  8. Counting with Piggy Bank Craft from All Kids
  9. Lego Farm Animal Puzzles from Wildflower Ramblings
  10. Garden Color Matching Game from Therapy Fun Zone
  11. Tractor Track Prints from Craftulate
  12. Painting Muddy Pigs with Coffee Ground Paint from Two Daloo
  13. Make Butter from Buggy & Buddy
  14. Farm Sensory Play from Frugal Fun 4 boys
  15. Gardening for Letters from No Time for Flashcards
  16. Sheer the Sheep Cutting Activity from Schooltime Snippets
  17. 14 Amazing Egg Science Experiments
  18. Udder Painting from Getting Messy with Ms. Jessi
  19. Make a Worm Farm from A Mom with a Lesson Plan
  20. Vegetable Stamping from Craftulate
  21. How to Sheer a Sheep from Loving My Nest
  22. Farm Animal Bowling from Kids Activities Blog
  23. Corn Painting from Fun a Day
  24. Measuring at the Farm from Little Bins for Little Hands
  25. Farm Unit (crafts, printables, sensory box, and more)
  26. Baby Farm Animal Puzzles

 












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Fine Motor Bead Flower Craft for Kids

This is such a cute, simple flower craft for kids using beads. This craft is great for Toddler, Preschool, Kindergarten, and 1st-4th grade kids.
Fine Motor Bead Flower Craft for Kids - This is such a cute spring craft for kids. Lots of options!


Here is a fun flower craft that will help your toddler and preschool with their fine motor skills at the same time.


Plus you only need a couple things that many of us will have already in our craft bins!




 Bead Activities to Improve Fine Motor Skills

crafts using beads

For this fine motor activity you will need beads, pipe cleaners, and one rubber band.

Bead Activities to Improve Fine Motor Skills

Have your child put the beads on 2 pipe cleaners – any pattern they want.

HINT: Leave 1” blank on each side.


Beautiful Fine Motor Bead Flower Craft for Kids

put pony beads on almost the entire pipe cleaner

Now stick the 1” ends of the pipe cleaner into the other pipe cleaner, under the beads. This will make one big circle of beads.

Now you have a large circle with 2 pipe cleaners and tie the center together with a rubberband

Now fold the pipe cleaner to make two rows. Cut your rubber band in half and tie the middle of the pipe cleaner.

pull the other ends in and tie together

Now pull the remaining sides in and tie them to the center using the rubber band in the middle.

Double not the rubber band and cut off any extra.

bring together again for a 6 petal flower craft

HINT: You can bring them together in thirds for a 6 petal flower or just as they are for a 4 petal flower.
add green pipe cleaner for stem and leaf

Now use a 3rd pipe cleaner, ideally green to make the stem. Wrap the pipe cleaner around the enter and then down making one leaf along the way. You can add a 2nd leaf by cutting part of another green pipe cleaner if you like.

such a fun, pretty flower craft for spring

We held white paper behind the flower so you could see how pretty it turned out. It really came out beautifully.  My toddler, preschooler and Kindergartner could do everything except the rubber band, making a flower part. My 2nd grader made it easily and still found it to be a fun activity.

This would be a great mother’s day craft for kids!



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Alphabet Dot to Dot Worksheets

Help preschoolers practice their alphabet letters while improving fine motor skills at the same time with these free printable alphabet worksheets for kids.
Free Alphabet Dot to Dot Worksheets from A to Z. These are so cute and lots of fun practicing upper and lower case letters for Toddler, Preschool and Kindergarten age kids.

Practice makes perfect! Help Toddlers, Preschoolers, and Kindergartners improve fine motor skills and uppercase and lowercase alphabet letter recognition with these free printable Alphabet Printables.


Each page is a half sheet that can be used individually, or print front and back to make an Alphabet Dot to Dot book!




More FUN Alphabet Practice



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Jesus Ascends Bible Craft for Kids

If you are looking for a fun Bible Craft for your kids or Sunday School Lessons. This easy to make and fun Jesus Ascends craft is great for just after Easter for Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade kids.
Jesus Ascends Bible Craft is perfect for at home, homeschool or Sunday School for kids in Preschool-4th grade. Includes free printable template!


This is such a fun Bible craft for kids to make. They love that the craft "does something" and helps them to understand what ascends means.


This craft is perfect for at home or Sunday School for Toddler and Preschool with help and Kindergarten-4th grade kids to do mostly on their own. 


Jesus Ascends Bible Craft

gather your materials
Here is what you need:
  • 1 large (preferably blue) cup per person
  • about 12” of yarn per person
  • Cotton balls (optional)
  • Printable from below (with a Jesus & cloud memory verse per child)
  • scissors, tape, and glue
poke a hole in the cup

Carefully poke a hole in the top of the cup. For younger children, please do this for them.

thread the yarn through the hold and tie on the Jesus figure

Insert about 12” of yarn through the hole. Tape the Jesus figure on the bottom of the yarn going in the cup.

tape the top verse on the top end of the string

Cut out the cloud verse Matthew 21:9 and tape to the end of the string coming out the top of the cup.

allow kids to practice making Jesus ascend

Pull apart pieces of the cotton balls and glue around the cup to make it look like the sky. Now the child can pull on the cloud verse and watch Jesus ascend into the sky up to heaven.


It is a simple craft that is not only doable for Preschool – 3rd graders, but it appeals to them as well.


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Spelling Games - Hands on Spelling with Mini Cups

Here is a fun hands on way for kids to practice their spelling words.
So clever!! Fun spelling games with mini cups! Great for hands on spelling activities to use  for spelling practice with any list for Kindergarten -3rd grade.



I am always looking for fun, creative ideas for my kids to practice their spelling words. Practice makes perfect, but dull repetition makes for bored children who loose their love of learning.



I came up with this fun, reusable spelling games that my kids love!





Mini Cup Spelling Games 

Fun hands on spelling activity with mini cups

You need mini cups. Ours had lids which allowed them to be stacked too.

Plus you’ll need circle stickers to write the letters you need. Think wheel of fortune, lots of vowels, r, s, t, l, n, d, etc. You can always add more as you need.

Note: I made all the vowels yellow and the consonants blue.

practice spelling words with mini cups

We spelled several ways. The first was she put the words in order like you’d spell them.

spelling word tower
To mix it up we also spelled words in a tower from top to bottom.

Both ways were LOTS of fun and made her excited to practice her spelling words.



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10 Hands on Geometry Ideas for Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st Grade

Look for some fun, simple, and creative ways to introduce your child to Geometry. Kids are going to have a blast learning and playing with math. These ideas are geared at Preschool, Kindergarten, and 1st grade kids.
10 Hands on geometry Activities for Kids - So may creative math activities fro kids from Preschool and Kindergarten to 1st grade and 2nd grade.





Help your kids learn about Geometry with these fun, playful ideas!




There are a wide assortment on Hands on Geometry Ideas for Preschool-2nd Grade from Planet Smarty Pants.




Plus, don’t miss our Free Printable Shape Picture Idea Book and 15 Ways to Learn about Shapes.



60 math printables

Looking for more math worksheets and math games for kids? Come take a look at over 60 Math Printables for Kids from Toddler, Preschool, and Kindergarten to 1st-5th grade!


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Marshmallow Paint Recipe

Here is a really fun, unique paint recipe that will become a favorite at your house. Not only is this paint completely edible, but it has a treat texture and sheen for your kids projects too. This activity is perfect for painting with kids from Toddler, Preschool, Kindergarten, and up!
Marshmallow Paint Recipe - This recipe is AWESEOME!! Beautiful colors, nice and thick, great sheen, and completely safe and edible for Toddler, Preschool, Kindergarten, and elementary age kids!



Get ready to throw away your old set of paints!


Why?


Because after you’ve tried this Marshmallow Paint Recipe from Smart School House you’ll be hooked!



Not only is this quick and easy to make, but it is edible, nice and thick, with bright bold colors and an amazing sheen.


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24 Bunny Crafts for Kids

Today is the first day of spring! Hooray! That means it is time for some spring crafts for kids and very shortly, Easter crafts too. Today I wanted to share 24 super cute and creative bunny crafts for kids to get you started. These are perfect for kids of all ages from Toddler and Preschool to Kindergarten and elementary school.
Spring crafts for kids great for easter


 
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Bunny Crafts for Spring and Easter

 25 Bunny Crafts for Kids - These are such fun, creative ideas for spring crafts or Easter crafts for Toddler, Preschool, Kindergarten, and elementary age kids too!

  1. Egg Carton Bunny Craft from Crafty Morning
  2. Cupcake Liner Bunny Craft from Glued to My Crafts
  3. Cookie Cutter Bunny Craft from I Heart Crafty Things
  4. Bunny Hats from One Perfect Day
  5. Peep Puffy Paint from Craft Morning
  6. TP Bunny Craft from IMG Kid
  7. Clothespin Bunny Craft from Mini Monet's and Mommies
  8. Paper Plate Bunny Bag from FAB DIY
  9. Fingerprint Bunny Craft from Crafty Morning
  10. Marshmallow Painted Bunny Craft from No Time for Flashcards
  11. “Sew” an Bunny Egg Craft from Simply Modern Mom
  12. Several Bunny Hat & Mask Ideas from The Organised Housewife
  13. Wine Cork Bunnies from Crafty Morning
  14. Photo Bunny Craft via Pinterest
  15. Bunny Nose from Kailochic
  16. Bunny Cup Craft from She Knows
  17. Coffee Filter Craft from Kid Craft Ideas
  18. Popsicle stick Bunny Craft from Crafty Morning
  19. Toilet Paper Roll Bunnies from Ecoscrapbook
  20. Handprint Bunny Cards from  Diapers to Diplomas
  21. Q-tip Bunny from Make and Take
  22. Marshmallow Bunny Craft from No Time for Flashcards
  23. Bottle cap Bunny Craft from Crafty Morning
  24. Paper Plate Footprint Craft from Fun Handprint Art
  25. Bunny Pancakes from 123 Homeschool 4 Me


















Looking for more Easter themed activities? Try 14 Amazing Egg Experiments for Kids!

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Scratch Easter Eggs Decorating Idea

If you are looking for a fun unique way to decorate or dye Easter eggs you are going to love this super creative and out of the box idea! This is great for kids from Preschool and Kindergarten through elementary school too!
Scratch Easter Eggs Craft for Kids - This is such a fun, creative way tot decorate Easter Eggs! Kids are going to love this spring craft.



We are always looking for fun, unique ways to decorate Easter eggs.


This idea was so fun, unique and clever I just HAD to share it with you!


Get the complete instructions for making Scratch Easter Eggs from Kids Play Box.


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Pop Rock Science Experiment for Kids

Whether you try this during your homeschool year, at a science birthday party, or as part of a summer science bucket list for kids it will produce the same results – a really cool science experiment kids will LOVE.
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Kids love doing science experiments that wow and amaze.


This candy science experiment will wow, amaze, and teach all at the same time!


Kids in Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade will enjoy this experiment. I first saw this experiment at Steve Spangler Science.


Pop Rock Candy Science Experiment for Kids

Pop Rock candy Scienc Experiment for Kids

Supplies Needed:
  • Pop Rocks (1 envelope per bottle of soda + 1 for placebo + one for the kids to taste) Note: We found it easier just to buy them from Amazon as many stores don’t have pop rocks in stock any more.
  • Balloons (1 balloon for each bottle of soda)
  • Soda (1 liter bottle – you may want to try several different ones and have kids hypothesize which one will work best)
  • Cool Science Gear for Kids (optional, but totally cool)
  • Kid Science Kit (again optional, but so much fun!)
Homeschool Science is FUN!

First you need to pour an entire envelope of pop rocks into each balloon being used. (We used 4 bottles, so 4 balloons).  We did this easily by having me spread the balloon open and my 9 year old pouring them in. For younger children you can use a funnel.

pop rock candy is fun

Then I let my curious kids try pop rocks. My 3 year old was particularly curious, confused and then delighted by this most unusual candy!

Pop Rock Science Experiment

Next we tried the basic experiment without the balloons. What would happen if we poured pop rocks into water. What happens if we pour pop rocks into soda. The kids were amazed at the poping noise and the fizz from the soda, but that was it. Now for the fun part . . . .

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We carefully removed the lids from our four soda bottles and put the balloon over the opening being careful not to pour the pop rocks in until all the bottles were ready. We then had the kids hypothesize which soda they thought would inflate the balloon the biggest, fastest, etc.

The kids were super excited about this experiment.

What Makes a Pop Rock POP and Inflate a Balloon?

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So besides being a really cool science experiment and a great way to show kids about the scientific method, what did they learn?

Apparently, Pop Rocks have small carbon dioxide bubbles inside. That is what makes the candy “pop”. Carbonated Beverages also have carbon dioxide in them (that is what makes them carbonated). When the pop rocks are dropped into the soda the carbon dioxide is able to separate from the high fructose corn syrup (which sweetens the soda). Because the carbon dioxide has no where to go it rises up, filling up the balloon.

We explained to the kids that if this were a real scientific experiment you would need to repeat the experiment to validate your findings.

Personally , I wanted to try it with “diet” soda to see if the carbon dioxide in the soda could release the same way if there was not high fructose corn syrup. If you try it before I do, I’d love to know what you find!

 

Science is FUN!

Coke has the most carbon dioxide of all the sodas we tested

Minnie (my 6 year old) hypothesized correctly and “won” our balloon race.  All 4 balloons did inflate, but not equally. In our experiment we found the regular Coke did the best with regular A&W Root Bear coming in a close 2nd. Sprite did fine and surprisingly (at least to me) Mountain Dew barely inflated the balloon.


TRY THIS! ----> Have your child taste the soda after the experiment – all the sodas will be flat.  Why? Remember what makes soda carbonated is the trapped carbon dioxide, but you released that in the experiment to fill the balloon so the carbonation is gone.

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