Learn how to make floral pencil toppers out of coffee filters.
Use coffee filters and watercolours (or washable markers) to make one-of-a-kind flowers.
Kids can recycle as they turn trash into treasure for teachers, grandparents and friends.
Students will recycle egg cups and paper roll tubes.
Ages: 5-8 yrs, 8-11 yrs
Grades: K-2, Grades 3-5
Levels: Primary, Junior
Use paper rolls to make fun flowers that are perfect for serving eggs during Easter brunch.
Use a flower pot and a fake flower to dress up an ordinary pen.
You can make a cool flowerpot recipe holder. Perfect for Mother’s Day of for a favorite teacher.
This adorable box is all “girl” with its flower motif and fun fur lining. A little papier mache, glue, and some paint, and your little girl can have her very own jewel box.
Kids don’t have to spend money in order to give mom a present. Find out more by reading these Mother’s Day Gifts on a Kid’s Budget.
Using geometric shapes, kids can create little angel images of themselves.
Girls and boys of all ages will enjoy making these flowers (lilies and tulips) because it involves their own body parts!
Kids can create a memory of little hands that mom can keep with her forever.
Kids can use a photograph of themselves to create a one-of-a-kind card for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, or any other special occasion.
Use peanuts to make a unique card for Mother’s Day.
Children will have fun making this jar to hold yummy jellybean treats.
Little ones can create a memorable handprint craft and poem as a keepsake.
Students will create paintings of a flower in the style of artist Geoff Slater, using a single line that never touches or crosses itself.
Ages: 8-11 yrs, 11-14 yrs, 14 yrs+
Grades: Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12
Levels: Junior, Middle School, High School
This is a lovely garden-inspired craft that teaches kids about recycling.
Beautiful step-by-step lesson plan packs created by KinderArt for children in grades K-6