Here are 3 simple science projects to do at home. They all use things you more than likely already have in your house, and all are fun for kids (and adults) to do.
A fun science experiment. Grow your own salt crystal garden. It's easy and uses items you have around the house.
Want to have epic stockings this year. Look no further. Here's a list of over 95 inexpensive stocking stuffer ideas for your kids stockings.
A step by step tutorial to make fun Dragon Eggs with your kids...a must for all dragon lovers.
Teach kids about mass, volume and density by doing this simple experiment with sugar and water. It's the easiest way to make rainbow water.
Bleach sprayed t-shirts are a fun and easy way to customize a boring t-shirt.
Simple and Easy steps to grow and then re-grow green onions in a container from kitchen scraps.
If you are looking for a fun project to do on a freezing cold day, look no further. These colorful rainbow icicles make a beautiful display during the dreary days of winter.
Looking for the perfect gift for your child's teacher? Here are 5 inexpensive ideas you can make with your kids that their teachers will love!
Kids love the minions from the Despicable Me moives. If you are looking for a different take on decorating cupcakes. Try making these darling, easy to make minion cupcakes..
Gardening in the shade can be a challenge for many gardeners. This list of the best perennials for shady gardens will get you off to a great start.
Don't let gardening in the shade be daunting. Try planting some of these annuals that thrive in the shade.
Getting rid of slugs in the garden can be quite challenging. Hopefully one of these many ways will help you get rid of the slimy creature that is eating up your garden.
Making homemade sidewalk chalk is simple. All you need is a few supplies you may already have lying around the house.
Custom make these simple tile coasters with scrapbook paper for friends and family. So easy that even kids can help.
There are many varieties of Annuals to choose from. The top 5 annual flowering plants are simple and easy to grow. AND of course they are all beautiful!
Discover the secrets to hosting a fun sleepover for your tween
Easy instructions for dividing Hosta plants in your garden.
Creating Borax Crystal Ornaments SPARKLES…kids love them...heck, I love them. This craft project is a simple way to teach kids about how crystals are formed, and when it’s all said and done they end up...
I can’t help but think that the creator of the smart phone was a Star Wars fan who just wanted to have his own holopad. I mean, come on…ANDROID operating system?!? The Android icon screams R2D2 at first...
Step by step instructions on how to make an R2D2 costume. No sewing requred.
This simple ribbon windsock is a fun craft for kids to make. Looking for a fun way to utilize the extra ribbon you have lying around the house? This cute and creative ribbon windsock is easy to make. It could be hung...
Does homemade laundry soap work? I’ve seen many recipes for homemade laundry detergent. So many, in fact, that I decided to take the initiative myself and make a batch. I whipped it up in less than an hour,...
Flowers cascade down this beautiful crooked flower tower of annuals. Searching for something to give the garden a bit of pizazz? Look no further than this crooked terra cotta flower tower. Annual flowers cascade over...
YES! Your kids can learn something by watching that annoying little yellow sponge. Before I ever had children I was adamant that they would not be allowed to watch SpongeBob SquarePants. I had listened to countless...
Create a stunning flower tower for your garden using simple terracotta pots. It's easy to do and makes an extremely beautiful piece for any part of your landscape.
Making Plaster of Paris fossils is a great way for budding scientists to learn more about rock and fossil formation. Real fossils may take many years to form, but for less than $5 your kids can make them in just a...
In Kindergarten, she wrote most of her numbers and letters backwards. When I voiced my concern, her teacher replied with, “Don’t worry, that’s normal at this age.” In First Grade, she still...