Find food recipes, as well as recipes for making your own art supplies.
Kids can make and sculpt cinnamon dough into holiday themed shapes.
This is a fun and yummy snack idea for kids.
Here are two baking clay recipes that kids can use to make terrific sculptures.
Learn how to make banana pops. This is a great snack kids can make on their own.
You can make clay using a piece of bread! This clay is great for small items like beads and charms.
Learn how to make delicious chocolate chip cookies.
Combine chocolate and marshmallows for a delicious treat.
These cookies are so easy, even the littlest of helpers can join in the fun. Ultimately no real baking is required, just some quick assembly and cooling time, and you’ll be the coolest Mom in town!
Learn how to make cinnamon butter for your muffins or pancakes.
You can use party streamers to make a dye to decorate your eggs at Easter.
This recipe is easy, it’s fun, and it’s great to eat! Kids love crispy marshmallow rice treats, and they love M&Ms®. Combine the two and put them on a stick, and you are a star in their eyes!
This is a delicious dairy-free ice cream recipe I used for my daughter before she outgrew her milk allergy.
Wow the kids and your friends with this super easy Easter egg cake. All the fun is in the decorating. Be creative and use whatever colors and decorating fashion you wish.
One of the easiest treats to dress up for holidays and birthdays is the cupcake. All you need is food coloring, cake decorator gel and frosting, and a little imagination.
Find tie dying recipes, techniques and ideas for you and your kids.
Ages: 5-8 yrs, 8-11 yrs, 11-14 yrs
Grades: K-2, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8
Levels: Primary, Junior, Middle School
Have fun in the kitchen with these edible art supplies. Perfect for little ones who are in the habit of “taste testing” everything.
This fun craft is not only adorable when done, but it’s tasty too! Sit the kids down to make this fun spring project. Be sure to make extras for friends and family.
Usually ants, beetles, and other creepy crawlies are not welcome in the kitchen. But that’s not the case with these fun snacks. Grab the kids and eat some bugs!
Find out how to make your own non-toxic finger paint at home.
Need a fun treat to make with the kids that involves absolutely NO cooking or baking? These yummies are perfect for the warm days or cool nights.
The kids will smile and giggle while making these treats, and will have something fun to give to family and friends! Try different decorations for other times of the year too!
You don’t have to be a master chef to create a fun and festive Halloween cake that your kids will love. Try this easy recipe for success!
Face paint is inexpensive when you make it yourself, and it’s safer than a mask that can obscure vision. Try these ghoulish recipes yourself!
Make your own play dough using this recipe. This is our favourite homemade clay recipe of all time!
These recipes make a material which is a lot like Silly Putty®
Beautiful step-by-step lesson plan packs created by KinderArt for children in grades K-6