momstown will be holding Valentine’s programs in communities across Canada this February – and as our little ones exchange cards, here are five great ideas for mini mailboxes that kids can make themselves!
We’ve created several crafts using your child’s handprints and even some upcycled materials that make this holiday eco-friendly! Turn that RED holiday a little bit GREEN with these 10 upcycled craft ideas for Valentine’s Day!
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!
Flowers are in bloom and are a perfect gift for Mother’s Day or even for a special teacher at the end of the year. We love that you and your child can make a vase using a recycled juice container and some foil.
My kids wanted to make homemade Easter baskets this year, so we looked in the recycling bin to see how creative we could get! Taking a Kleenex box, and simple craft supplies, we made a bunny Easter basket with a carrying strap!
Using supplies you have around the house is not only an inexpensive way to have some crafting fun, but also great to upcycle packaging and products! We love this cute chick craft made from a yellow cup for Easter. Makes a great gift for teachers, grandparents and even friends!
We have been learning a lot about the Olympics and gearing up for the Winter Games coming soon! My son has been watching several videos of downhill skiing and snowboarding and decided that he wanted to make his own snowboard and try it at home!