Crafty Kids Corner

Hi there, I’m Aubrey. I keep this corner of TMH stocked with simple kids crafts and activities. You’ll find crafts for the current holiday or season, projects for preschool, and oodles of activities to keep the kids busy on a rainy, too hot, or so cold they can’t get outside kind of days. Below are a few of my favorites, or just keep scrolling for the most current craft. Thanks for reading!

Crafty Kids Corner

The Thimble Game

Growing up in a family of ten kids there is never a dull moment.  Especially when it comes to family nights where we would have a little lesson, an activity, and a treat.  By far my families favorite activity was the thimble game.  The thimble game you might ask…sounds a little odd, I know.  It […]

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Teacher Gift ~ Magnet Perler Bead Flower

Have you and your kiddos discovered Perler Beads yet?  They are one of my girls favorite things to pull out during down time.  We got an 11,000 piece bucket of beads a couple years ago and after all their creations we still have probably three quarters of the bucket left. It is a great activity […]

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Oldie But Goodie :: 9 Flower Crafts for Mother’s Day

Can you believe that it is already Mother’s Day on Sunday?  Where is the time going?  I hope you all you mothers have a special day and feel extra loved that day! I seem to forget about Mother’s Day crafts because we don’t live close to any grandmothers, and I don’t necessarily help my own […]

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Baking With Kids :: Teddy Bear Bread

I bake quite a bit, and love it (most of the time…if I’m not in a hurry) when my kids want to help me.  I went to a bread store a while back and they had Teddy Bear Bread for sale.  I was excited for the new idea and thought we could totally do that. […]

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Pipe Cleaner Bubble Wand

I don’t know about you, but there never seems to never be enough bubble wands for all the kids, especially when friends are over.  My daughter came home with some home made bubble wands from preschool a couple weeks ago, and I was super excited to share our new discovery with you!  Catch me after […]

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Epsom Salt (Elsa’s Magic) Painting

If your little girls are in love with the movie Frozen as much as my girls, this activity is going to be a hit!  If your kiddos are not into the movie, it is still a fun activity regardless.  :-)  The ingredients are simple, it’s not very messy, and it’s magical!  Catch me after the […]

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Free Printable:: Easter Lunch Box Jokes

It’s time for some new jokes for the kiddos lunch boxes!  I put one in my daughters lunch box this morning and she was super excited to see one.  She said, “My friends have been asking where my jokes were!”  I love it!  If you haven’t put a jokes in your kids lunch box, I […]

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Dr. Seuss March Series – Green Eggs and Ham & St. Patrick’s Day Fun

My girls and I are having fun with the Dr. Seuss books this month, I hope you are too!  We have had fun doing different activites with Ten Apples Up On Top and Red Fish Blue Fish.  This week we had fun doing a cooking activity in celebration of the book, Green Eggs and Ham […]

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Dr. Seuss March Series – Handprint Red Fish/Blue Fish

Last week we started the Dr. Seuss March series in honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday that was March 2nd.  I hope you had a fun time with Ten Apples Up On Top!  This week we had  a fun time making handprint fish in honor of the book, One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish. […]

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Dr. Seuss March Series – Ten Apples Up On Top (Free Printable)

For the Month of March in honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday, March 2nd, I’ve decided to do a series of activities with some of his books.  I will be doing an activity each week plus linking up to many more, since there are so many ideas out there with all the books he wrote!  :-) […]

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