Spring is here! Are you trying to unglue your kids from the TV and get them to play outdoors? Try some of these fun flower crafts! You and the kids can hit the park or even your backyard to collect spring flowers, then get crafty. You could even do the crafting out on the back porch to soak in more lovely spring weather!
Give an old side table or an end table from the thrift store a fresh, midcentury modern look! Kat and Cam from Our Nerd Home used a homemade stencil and old comic book pages to add a pop of contrasting color to an old end table. What makes this project extra cool is its versatility. If comic books aren’t your thing, you can really use any paper from your stash that you like, and you can make your stencil into whatever shape fits your surface.
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Water play is a natural choice to keep your kiddos happy and entertained this spring and summer. There’s something about splashing in water that wears my little guy out, which will be nice during warm spring days and over summer vacation. If you’re looking for some free water play activities to entertain your kids, look no further!
Entertaining kids on a rainy day can be a challenge, and this chalkboard stick experiment is a great way to engross older kids for a big chunk of time. This project from Steve Spangler Science takes patience to set up, but the payoff is so amazing that your kids are going to want to do it again and again. You can really make a day of it if you have them color the popsicle sticks. A rainbow of popsicle sticks looks even more amazing!