DIY Activities for Kids!
Grab the markers, glitter glue, scissors, and paint and let the creativity shine through! DIY fun activities for kids can be easy, inexpensive, and often be completed with everyday items already available in the house — we hope these spark some inspiration and get the creativity flowing for the whole family.
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Valentine’s day is coming up fast and we are loving all the love and kindness that comes with it! So many great crafts and teachable moments. We’ve got two great crafts and printables for you that are great for little kids! One for giving kindness, and one for learning! Valentine’s Day Kindness Project: Valentine’s Day Cards. This Valentine’s Day, help bring smiles to people while helping your kids learn more about giving back and sharing kindness by sending cards to sick patients at your local hospital or retirement home. This is a project you can do with your family, friends, school, Girl/Boy Scout Troop and more! If you live in the South Bay area of Los Angeles, check out this event where you can attend to participate in card making…or you can do it on your own! Cupcake Number Matching Game for Valentine’s Day Learning Need to take a break from the Valentine’s sugar high?! Here is a fun and educational Valentine’s Day Cupcake Number Matching Game where your kids can play and learn their numbers! Free printable and easy prep! Enjoy!
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