Kids Crafts

Whether you need birthday-party activities or just something to do on a rainy day, we have endless kids craft ideas. From painted sneakers, colorful bracelets or necklaces, to seashell wind chimes, some painted rock animals, a leaf alphabet collage, or a row of eggshell flowerpots. We also have kid art projects for every holiday and season.

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Crayon Hearts
If the sun seems to peer right into your window, give it something pretty to look at — and through! These translucent hanging hearts are easy to make from waxed paper and crayons. In return, sunbeams will   color your room with cheer.
32 Seashell Crafts That Evoke the Beauty of Summer
There are so many ways to put your oceanside finds to good use.
Popsicle Stick House
Made by gluing together Popsicle sticks, this post-ice-pop house is the perfect craft for kids to make.
Paper Airplane
This folded craft is excellent for indoor flying when you don't have a lot of space. It can make tight turns to avoid obstacles with ease.
Fluffy Slime
Slime requires an "activating" ingredient to transform it from a gluey, goopy mixture to a malleable solid. In lieu of a laundry booster, the secret activator in this slime recipe is saline solution, which can be found at your local pharmacy.
Letter to Santa
Christmas is coming! It's time for little boys and girls to send their letters to Santa. Use our fill-in-the-blank template to help them write wish lists.
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Valentine's Day Crafts That Are Fun and Easy for Kids to Make
Encourage kids to show sweet sentiments with tokens of affection that go beyond the store-bought card. Most of the projects require only a bit of cutting and a little gluing; all can be decorated to their heart's desire.
Backpack with Iron-on Patches
This craft is as easy as kids picking out adhesive patches and mom finishing the job with an iron. Plus, when you buy this colorful bag, another one full of supplies is donated to a student in need.
These Valentine's Day Cookie Cottages Are the Most Adorable Project to Make with Kids

Crafter Jodi Levine of Super Make It shares her easy how-to. Best of all, everything you need can be found in your pantry or at your local supermarket.