Crafty Kids: How to Make 3 Sweet & Delicious Pantry Staples on a Rainy Afternoon

Crafty Kids: How to Make 3 Sweet & Delicious Pantry Staples on a Rainy Afternoon

April showers bring…homemade goodies! While you’re stuck indoors watching the deluges of early spring, stock up on sweet treats that’ll last your family through the summer. April showers bring…homemade goodies! While you’re stuck indoors watching the deluges of early spring, stock up on sweet treats that’ll last your family through the summer. April showers bring…homemade goodies! While you’re stuck indoors watching the deluges of early spring, stock up on sweet treats that’ll last your family through the summer. 

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Crafty Kids: How to Make Maps of Your Neighborhood—and Your Imagination

Crafty Kids: How to Make Maps of Your Neighborhood—and Your Imagination

Children love maps. The graphic imagery of even the simplest charts can give them lots to feast their eyes upon, and to dream about. But maps also help them make sense of the world around them—something grownups, who’ve committed thousands of routes to memory, often take for granted. 

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DIY Parents: How to Organize the Craft Supplies

DIY Parents: How to Organize the Craft Supplies

There’s a distinct downside to having art- and craft-loving kids. Namely: all that art- and craft-making stuff. Not to mention, the pile-up of the arts and crafts themselves. Find yourself vacuuming up perfectly good beads because you just can’t stand the never-ending sprawl of them across the living room floor? Or secretly tossing projects-in-process into the trash, then pretending you have no idea what became of them when your kid asks? Then you’ve clearly hit your craft-clutter limit. 

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Crafty Kids: How to Make Recycled Mix-and-Match Magnetic Robots

Crafty Kids: How to Make Recycled Mix-and-Match Magnetic Robots

Wherever you live, winter lingers. The days are still short, the nights are long, and weekends…well, with the whole family stuck together in the house, they can seem almost endless. To help you wile away the indoor hours, we asked Asia Citro, founder of the blog Fun at Home with Kids, to share this great craft that will occupy your kids for hours and hours—if not days and weeks. It’s infinitely tweak-able so as soon as your preschool and elementary-age brood tires of one iteration, you can break the whole thing down and start again. Or set to work building a whole robot army!




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