Use repurposed or found materials to keep kids of all ages busy with our eco-friendly, Earth-centric crafts this Earth Day
Toddlers across all momstown events are going green with crafts for St. Patrick’s Day! We love this craft that incorporates learning about shapes, fine motor skill development and some sensory fun! Try this inexpensive craft with your child!
Kids love Canada fun, fireworks and enjoying all the events of July 1st! Whether you’re hosting your own party or going to a community celebration, we have decorations and wearable crafts that kids will love to make to show their Canadian pride this year. It’s a great time to talk about the national flag, maple leafs and even what being Canadian is all about.
Summer lovin’ means family time playing at the beach. Even if you can’t get to a beach in your area, you can make these sand and beach-inspired crafts and do some activities that will make it seem like you brought the beach to your own home!
momstown moms love to use materials they have laying around the house for simple crafts for kids just like this Dinosaur craft from a paper plate and toilet roll. With dinosaurs on our minds this month at our community events, we are looking for lots of ways to get the kids involved in learning more about these prehistoric beasts! This craft is a stegosaurus dinosaur.
Dinosaur month at momstown is full of fun crafts, silly dino snacks and lots of learning about different types of dinosaurs! We love this simple craft to get kids to think about where they dinosaurs would live. Using recycled and natural ingredients can make the perfect dinosaur habitat or diorama.
We love to try new ways to create beautiful artwork with our kids. From handprints to fingerpainting, momstown moms and kids love to get messy with mixed mediums while they work together on crafts!
We love to get creative with crafts, but momstown moms know that there are lots of ways to teach your child about colour through science, sensory bins and even outdoor scavenger hunts! Here are 10 great activities to help your toddler and preschooler learn about colours and colour mixing.
You know that momstown moms love to get creative around the holidays, so what better way to dress up the Easter dinner table than to create homemade napkin rings. Using a toilet roll and an egg cut out, you can make adorable decorations for this Easter.