Want to make a cute and fun Easter puppet? It is so easy, you only need some paper and free time!
Some parents don’t speak to the teacher at all unless there is a problem. Some others contact the teacher at the drop of a hat. Certain parents write to the teacher daily (thanks to email). So, what are the rules? Well, it’s always good to keep an open line of communication with your child’s teacher, whether you like it or not.
Check out this unique way to decorate Easter Eggs using the water painting technique – Ebru.
Here is a fun jumping rabbit, which is not only easy to make, but perfect for the approaching Easter! Materials Needed: Coloured paper, Scissors, Glue Where to buy: At any stationary store (Papírnictví ), Some grocery stores […]
Here’s an easy way to create coloured marbled eggs for Easter! Let’s go!
This pretty little hen and chicks would love to join you as table decor for Easter family lunch! And what’s more, they even rock trying to peck food off your plates. Now that makes a really interesting craft for kids!
Sir Ken Robinson encourages schools to cultivate creativity. His radical thinking and case for creativity are worth every minute.
This simple Bee craft is the perfect way to get into the spring mood and be creative!
Artist online is an online art lesson for kids offered by Draw Planet. The lessons will be conducted completely online for children in the age group 6-9 years.
Kidding Around Yoga (KAY) teachers across the world are leading donation-based classes on April 15 to celebrate KAY’s mission of bringing love, peace, justice, and YOGA to children and YOU are invited to the party!