Welcome poster for next year's class
One activity that we do in our kindergarten is to make a welcome poster for next year's class. We make a sign that says "The kindergarten class of 2011 welcomes the Kindergarten Class of 2012!" Then each child makes a flower with a paper stem and paper leaves. Each child writes his/her name on a leaf and glues to the bulletin board paper. Each child's hand is painted and added as a flower on the stem. This year I asked each child to make a head of themselves as the flower center. We ask the…
Take a photo of your kids and their grandparent (or just your kids?) and glue it to some popsicle sticks. After it dries, cut between the sticks to make this neat puzzle that they will be sure to enjoy!
Father's Day Popsicle Stick Picture Frame Craft
Here's a simple Father's Day Picture frame using Popsicle sticks. Materials: big Popsicle sticks(craft sticks) or tongue depressors pai...
32 Best Homemade Fathers Day Gifts
Wondering what to make for Dad this Father's day? Here are some of the most thoughtful and creative homemade gifts for Dad, Grandpa, Father-In-Law to make this Father's Day. When Is Fathers Day? What To Make For Dad 1. This Much Card Tutorial ~ I love how simple and elegant this homemade card is. Simply trace your child's hands, attach together and use letter rub-ons for the message. 2. Happy Father's Day Handprint Plaque ~ This isn't a tutorial on how to make, but I just loved how well put…
Nuts & Bolts Fathers Day Craft for Kids
This Nuts & Bolts Frame is the perfect Fathers Day craft for kids to make for that Mr. Fix It Dad or Grandpa. Add a note or photo to make it more special!
Happy Father's Day! Crafts for Kids to Make for Dad
16 Father's Day Crafts for kids from our favorite bloggers like @Amanda Snelson Snelson Formaro @ClubChicaCircle.com @Kaysi Oliphant Oliphant Gardner @Candace Renee Renee Lindemann - Naturally Educational and more!
Give Dad an artistic picture this year instead of the expected photo in a frame. This self-portrait is easy for a child to create. Cut leftover scrapbooking paper in colors that match skin tone, hair, and eyes into small pieces. Have your child sketch an outline of himself or herself on heavy paper, then simply fill in the outline with the paper scraps for a colorful self-portrait mosaic.
Key chains the daycare kids can make. Made from shrinky dink paper/plastic found in any craft store. Put a hand print on the paper and write a message in the hand. Pop it in the oven and you have miniature hand keychains. Great Mother's/Father's Day present :)