This simple craft has adorable results! Get all the materials and instructions at Left Brain Craft Brain.
With Hanukkah in full swing, your child will love to build their own menorah out of Lego bricks! Get the instructions from What Do We Do All Day?
This cute turkey activity by Fantastic Fun and Learning would be a fun one to put out at the kids’ table on Thanksgiving Day. Get the instructions here.
In the mood for some creepy crawlies? This spider counting book by Fun a Day will do the trick!
Your kids will love watching this balloon blow up “all by itself” and they’ll learn a little science in the process. Get the instructions from Science Sparks.
Kids love creating in the kitchen, especially when the end result is as yummy as these Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups by I Can Teach My Child. Get the directions here.
Want a fun, educational, and delicious activity to do with your kids for Valentine’s Day? Look no further than these adorable heart cake pops from Life is a Lullaby. Find the instructions here.
Will the groundhog see his shadow this year? You might not have time to find out before this adorable snack by Life is a Lullaby is gobbled up. Find the instructions to make it here.
Even if your kids don’t have valentines to make, they’re sure to love this fun activity from Gym Craft Laundry. Find the instructions and printable here.
Are your kids so excited for the holidays that they have a bunch of pent-up energy? Help them release it with this fun game from Pre-K Pages. Find the instructions and printable here.
Who says slime is only for Halloween? Your kids will love making this recipe by Blessed Beyond a Doubt for Christmas slime. Get the instructions here.
Your kids will love this magical art project from Layers of Learning. Find the instructions here.
Want to make a simple treat with your child? These Candy Corn Pretzel Melts from Blessed Beyond a Doubt are the perfect blend of sweet and salty. Find the directions here.
Whether you’re getting your house ready for Halloween or your child has simply taken an interest in these furry flyers, you’ll love this easy activity from M is for Monster. Find the instructions here.
Candy corn is the quintessential autumn candy. Your child is sure to enjoy this activity from This Reading Mama, but don’t be surprised if you end up with fewer candy corn than you started with! Find the instructions and free printable here.
Help your child improve fine motor skills and number recognition with this pumpkin lacing activity from I Heart Crafty Things. Find the instructions and printable here.