Thankful Tree for Thanksgiving Gratitude

This is a super simple (and fun!) thankful tree...more

Make a Toddler Color Chart with Colorful Fall Leaves

Don’t you just love Autumn? It’s the perfect time of year to take learning outside! We gathered up a few simple materials and this toddler color chart is a...more

Paper Plate Letter Learning Activity

Letters are a funny thing. They’re just a shape, a squiggle, a design… but they mean something. Getting kids to recognize letters takes repetition ....more

How To Make a Colorful Fall Leaf Suncatcher Collage

A fall leaf suncatcher is the perfect craft to capture the essence of fall. Fall in the Midwest is one of the most magical times of the...more

28 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating for Kids

These are adorable, creative ideas of no-carve pumpkin decorating for kids to do! From stickers to painting to mummies! There’s something there for toddlers, preschoolers and older kids to decorate their pumpkins just right! ...more

Cute Leaf People Fall Craft for Kids

This time of year, as the leaves start to fall, it’s fun to create this Leaf People Fall craft with the kids! Getting outside, walking through nature and noticing the changing colors of the trees is an activity that the whole family can do together. While you’re on your nature walk, collect some great leaves and get ready to use them in a funny, cute, and memorable craft that your whole family will want to do year after year ....more

Simple Letter Tracing Art Project as Writing Practice

This quick-to-prep activity is one that will look great on the wall or in a window. But it also helps your kids...more

How To Decorate A Pumpkin With Dyed Pumpkin Seeds

Fall is officially here and we are busy crafting, baking and decorating. I especially love decorating pumpkins with my kids. It’s a way for us to connect, talk, and make something fun ....more

Crumpled Paper Fall Tree Art With Spices

This crumpled paper fall...more

41 Stunning Leaf Crafts for Kids to Make

Leaf crafts for kids are often beautiful in fall colors, but can be done really any time of year, with whatever leaves you currently have. We are blessed here in Iowa to have four distinct seasons, and fall is a favorite so we have gorgeous leaves to make these crafts. Leaves in reds, oranges, yellows, browns and greens. ....more