Activity for 5 to 10 years old

Blooming flower card

Get encouraged by all of these lovely handcrafted cards. They’re not only fun to make, but they’re also a nice and thoughtful way to show

Fruit covers flowers

All that I see in the trash is a treasure. These fruit covers made such beautiful flowers resembling anthuriums. What all you need:  Fruit Covers

Crayon Candle

Another way you can use those extra crayons. Making crayon candles is a fun and easy way to use up unwanted, damaged, or unusable crayons.

Giant bubbles

Making our own giant bubbles has been on our to-do list for a long, but we’ve been waiting for the right weather. Summer is the

Washable Window Paints

It’s summer, and kids at home mean more time to entertain them. We have used washable paints, but you can also use tempera paints. Use

Crayon hack and motor skills

If you have many crayons like me. You should get a few out and give them to your child to sharpen. The sharpener can be

Pine Cone Flower

We were so fascinated with pine cones that we thought of making these super easy crafts. If you don’t have pine cones, get them from

Closed-circuit torch

Electricity with simple circuits is generally taught in standard 3 in schools but I always encourage kids ahead of their age and let them grasp

Recycled paper art

Let’s teach kids about recycling. Paper is one thing that gets wasted which in turn affects the trees. We love recycling paper and cartons and

Shell Photo Frame

All kids are fascinated by shells and how beautiful they look. My boys also love collecting shells so we planned on using those shells and