Learn how to make this easy Peanut Butter Pie recipe. It’s a great recipe for kids because there is no baking involved. It’s super easy and super yummy! Give it a try and leave us a comment letting us know how you liked it. Be sure to check out our channel for more kids recipes and crafts!
We’ve never made Kinetic sand and there seems to be several different ways of making it. We decided to try two different ways – cornstarch and dish soap vs slime kinetic sand. Watch the video to see how they turned out!
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Who doesn’t love freezies in the summer? My kids are always complaining about cold hands when they eat freezies. I found a simple way to keep their hands warm when eating their freezies.
Valentine’s Day is almost here, and we just can’t help sharing this fun craft idea you can do with your toddler all while teaching them the sign for ‘I Love You’!
What you’ll need:
-Red craft paper
What do do:
-Trace your child’s hand on the craft paper, and cut out around the fingers. (Or you can cut out hand shapes as shown here).
-Have your child decorate the hand with drawings or stickers
-Glue down both the Middle and Ring fingers to form the ‘I Love You’ hand shape.
-Help them address the Valentine to whomever they’d like to give it to!
Fun Fact: Did you know, the ‘I Love You’ sign is made using the ‘I’, ‘L’ and the ‘Y’ ASL alphabet signs?
Tis the season for family, friends, celebrations and CRAFTING! We all love keepsakes that remind us of just how small our little ones were, and homemade keepsakes are always the best! Here are some great idea’s for Christmas crafts using your child’s HANDS!