As a thank you to teachers everywhere, I put together some “pun-y” thank you bookmarks that would be awesome to color in for a Sabbath activity. I think Sunday is the perfect day to help the kids prepare a personalized thank you for the end of the year.
Can you believe Mother’s Day is just around the corner? My kids just love making homemade crafts for Mother’s Day. Its always fun to see what they come up with! I’m the type of mom who will proudly wear a noodle necklace and cash in those homemade coupons, and this year I thought it would be fun to make a Mother’s Day necklace with my kids using painted wood beads. I loved how they turned out and they are so simple to make! Moms, grandmas, Aunts or sisters are sure to adore this fun accessory as a gift.
Download these free, printable, hand-lettered “My Mother is …” cards to put together a fun twist on traditional Mother’s Day Cards.
You could spend a fortune purchasing Mickey and Minnie Ears for the whole family, or you could make your own for a fraction of the cost. They’re really easy to make, and it’s fun to be able to personalize each set!
Sabbath Activities – Write a letter on the Sabbath with one (or all!) of these fun templates Rachel created! Hello, OSSS readers! This is Rachel, from The Mormon Home, back again to share one of my favorite Sabbath activities with all of you today. I will never forget the long Sunday afternoons of my childhood….
The weather is finally starting to warm up (hallelujah!) and before we know it everyone will be breaking out the shorts and flip flops! Time to start thinking about shaving those legs again and doing something about that chipped toenail polish! 😉 If you’re looking for a fun summer craft to do with you kids, check out these fun ways to dress up flip flops. Turn those plain Jane flips flops into something unique and attention-grabbing!
recently, something special happened at our house! My daughter lost her first tooth! Shortly after that, she lost her second! I feel like that first tooth is such a rite of passage and there are so many things to consider about the whole tooth fairy thing like: what is the going rate these days for teeth? (seriously, choose wisely on that or you’ll end up broke). And what do we put the tooth in? Does the tooth fairy leave a note? So many tooth fairy ideas to consider!
Hey everyone! It’s Kari from Paper Wings again, with a fun easy craft for Easter! These fabric mache Easter baskets make great gifts and decor as well as being great Easter treat baskets for the kids. It can be a bit messy with the Mod Podge, so you can do this outside on the sidewalk/driveway, or on a protected surface inside. But what a great excuse to be outside in this spring weather, right?!
Today’s Family Night lesson is about treasure–something that leprechauns know all about! How do we find our own treasure? What type of treasure should we be seeking? Is it a pot of sparkly gold or something even more valuable? Let’s find out what this heavenly treasure hunt is all about!
Today I’m sharing these sweet surprise treat carrots! They are super easy to make (as always, because I love super easy!), a fun way to hide Easter treats and a great project your kids can help you make.
Hi everyone! I’m Jessie, a new contributor here on OSSS. My amazing hubby and I have two little girls, ages three and one, who love creating, learning, and trying new things. I’m so excited to be able to share some of my preschool-oriented activities with you! Hopefully your kiddos with find these activities as fun and helpful as mine have. There should be a little something for everyone with these five ideas.
Well the leaves have all fallen, leaving the trees bare and winter-cold, why not snap off a few small branches and create this easy, kid friendly Valentine craft?
I always love when my kiddos can help me create holiday decor pieces, it just adds so much!