These adorable lambs are easy to make at home and are the perfect activity as Spring nears! You’ll need: white or colored cardstock, cotton wool, scissors, a glue and pen Instructions: Fold your paper horizontally. Then, trace and cut out the shape of the lamb’s body. Start by outlining a trapezoid for the main body…

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Did you know that today is the birthday of beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss? Let’s celebrate the wonderful stories of Dr. Seuss with a Lorax craft! You’ll need: construction paper (orange, white, yellow and pink), a toilet paper roll, scissors, glue and markers (green and black) Instructions: First, cut off about 1/3 of your toilet…

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Did you know that tomorrow is Dr. Seuss Day or Read Across America Day to celebrate and honor the beloved children’s author’s birthday? Let’s celebrate by making the Cat in the Hat craft! You’ll need: cardstock, markers, an empty cereal box, paint brush, scissors, school glue, a hot glue gun and a circle shape Instructions:…

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This craft is a great way to teach your children about the changing of seasons as you decorate a tree to represent each one! You’ll need: cardstock paper (blue or a color of your choosing), cotton balls, two toilet paper rolls, construction paper, glue, scissors, paint and paintbrushes and a snowflake punch (optional) Instructions: Start…

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Make a rainbow to learn all about density in this awesome science experiment! You’ll need: 4 glass containers, food coloring in red, yellow, blue and green, water, a tablespoon measuring spoon, sugar and an eye dropper Instructions: Line up your glass containers and number them 1-4. Leave the first container empty. Add 1 tablespoon of…

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Make a friendly tiger out of heart shapes! This is a great activity for learning about symmetry. You’ll need: orange, black and white construction paper, scissors, a black marker and glue Instructions: Start by cutting 3 large hearts, 2 smaller hearts and a tail all out of orange construction paper. Cut one of the large…

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These umbrellas made from paper plates is a great activity to complete at home that helps improve fine motor skills! You’ll need: paper plate (or construction paper), blue beads, paint or markers, white yarn or string, glue, black marker, paint brushes and scissors Instructions: Cut your paper plate in half and set one half aside…

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Making a rainbow in a bag is a great sensory art activity without a huge mess! You’ll need: 1 cup flour, 2 cups of water, 1 tablespoon of salt, 7 bowls, tape, cardstock, plastic bags and food coloring Instructions: In a pot, whisk together the water, flour and salt and put it on the stove…

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These crocodiles are super fun to make with materials you have at home, and then your kiddos can play with them! You’ll need: craft sticks (pre-colored or color them green with a marker), zig zag scissors, green pipe cleaners, small googly eyes, a white piece of paper, a black marker and glue Instructions: First, if…

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Did you know that you can make your own slime that can change colors based on the temperature? Try out this super awesome STEAM activity at home. You’ll need: 1/4 cup white school glue, 1 tablespoon of water, 3 teaspoons of thermochromic pigment, 1/4 cup liquid starch and food coloring Instructions: Choose two colors for…

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