Sunflower Hand Print Paper Plate Craft for Kids

I don’t know about you, but one of my weakness is a hand print craft. My kids are growing up so fast. I just love preserving some of their cuteness while they are young! This craft is a great one for fall. It’s simple and fun to do with the kids. Come on in and I’ll show you how I made this easy to make Sunflower out of a paper plate and construction paper. Here’s what...
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A Sweet Child’s Handprint Vase For Mother’s Day and More!

Making A Grass Child's Handprint Vase - This is so sweet. A great container for flowers to give on Mother's Day or Teacher Gift - KidFriendlyThingsTodo.com
Seriously! Doesn’t this look like their hands, handing you flowers from the yard? I love it! These are my little guys handprints. He’s always bringing in flowers from my landscaping. I never get upset that he’s completely plucking the flowers from the house, because I know this stage won’t last forever, and my heart melts every time. You all know that I am a sucker for...
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Back To School Crafts & Ideas – Kid Friendly Things To Do .com

Wow! These are super cute back to school ideas, and crafts!
It’s getting close to school time! I have to admit, I’m sort of dreading the first day. I will miss my little rugrats! I might just have to do one more handprint craft to seal their cuteness for eternity! Here are some really cute, and smart ideas for getting back to school that I have compiled from Pinterest!: So Cute! I love it! Awe! This one is from Mamas Like Me! I love...
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A Fruit Loop Friendship Bracelet – Kid Friendly Things To Do .com

I love this idea of making a Fruit Loop friendship bracelet for the first day of pre-school, regular school, the last day of school, slumber parties, birthday parties, and as a Sunday School lesson on friendship! The Fruit Loops are large enough, that even teeny tiny hands can manage to help with this activity! Just bead the Fruit Loops through a piece of...
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First Day of School Jitter Glitter & Poem – Kid Friendly Things To Do .com

What a great way to introduce yourself to your new students, and help them know you are excited to meet them!
A few years ago, we received a little surprise from our Kindergarten teacher. She mailed a poem, and a little bag of glitter a few weeks before school. The poem talked about the nervous feelings kids have the night before school, and the glitter was meant to help calm those fears. What a thoughtful thing to do! The idea is to let the kids know how exciting school is, and the friends that await...
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Paper Bag Backpack Craft – Kid Friendly Things To Do .com

Making a backpack out of a paper bag! This was a craft in a Sunday School lesson on sharing. I can see this used as a craft on recycling, holding writing prompts, nature, etc...!
This paper bag backpack is so much fun! I love it! This particular one was used as a follow up to a Sunday School lesson on sharing! The verse is Acts 2:45, and it’s about sharing personal belongings. I can see this as a follow up to so many lessons! – recycling, nature hikes, a place to store writing prompts, holding Valentines, etc…! Here’s the how to: Turn the bag so...
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