Creativity is a valuable skill that benefits adults as much as it does children. As we approach adulthood, we do not use the benefits of coloring or our creativity nearly enough as we should. Art and creativity give an opportunity for problem solving and trial and error—especially for children.
Summer is in full swing for us which means lots of fun summer crafts for kids, and of course lots of ice cream too! We decided to get creative with the idea of ‘cooling off’ by enjoying some watercolor ice painting, and a cute paper plate ice cream craft. Perfect for these long hot days at home.
Temporary tattoos are a classic and creative way for kids and to express themselves. Although they are most often associated with decorating the skin, temporary tattoos also make excellent options for decorating, craft projects and more!
Are you ready to celebrate the summer season? We are too! That is why, we are going to show you how to make not one but two, easy paper crafts for kids that are both colorful and fun to make. First, let’s start with a DIY pinwheel, made from your favorite OOLY supplies.
Students of all ages could use a boost of fun going back to classes. Whether you are at home, in a classroom or a dorm room a bit of encouraging diy school decor goes a long way. That sense of belonging that encompasses learning, independence and self-expression is invaluable. It is the perfect opportunity to sport school colors, mascots and trends. These two diy school décor ideas are simple and adaptable which makes them perfect for crafters of all ages and levels.