Valentine’s Day Craft for Sunday School

Here is a very easy project that I am often asked about.  It seems every year this simple project is appreciated by preschool teachers, Sunday School teachers and homeschoolers.  It is simple, not messy, and makes a lovely gift.  You can use it as a Valentine’s project for Sunday School or instead of a verse place a quote or a “to” and “from” and Happy Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s Day Craft for Sunday School Supplies Construction paper Card stock Pipe cleaner Ribbon Terracota Planter clay or hot glue (to make sure the pipe cleaner stays put in the planter) Confetti or … Continue reading

Simple Preschool Craft: Fruit Cereal Rainbow

Quite some time ago, I showed off to friends this simple preschool craft.  It was so easy and yet so much fun for the kids.  You could use it as a jumping off point to teach colors, counting, and sorting.  I posted an image online and it was pinned on Pinterest.  Before I knew it, it was re-pinned over 30 times in just a few hours. I was surprised how many people love the idea.  As I was cleaning out some of our school stuff, I found the project and remembered how popular it was to friends and pinners alike.  … Continue reading

Crafts for Preschoolers

This week I’ll be focusing on crafts for preschoolers – your little guys who have lots of enthusiasm but have limited fine motor skills and attention spans. I have a lot of experience crafting with preschoolers, and let me assure you, there are plenty of crafts that can bring joy to you and your child, and I’ll share some of them here with you. First, a couple of guidelines for ensuring success when crafting with preschoolers: 1. Remember that it’s the process that matters, not the outcome. Kids this age are perfectly pleased with a blobby glob of clay that … Continue reading