Get creative in the classroom with these imaginative craft and activity ideas that are perfect for students of all ages.
Slip a felt "dress" over an empty plastic bottle for a vase that will rival the beauty of any bouquet.
Turn a strip of ordinary paper into a marvel with just some tape -- and a twist.
Give everyone in your family the royal treatment on their birthday with this customizable felt crown.
You don't need a pitcher to make this lemonade - in fact, you don't even need to stir.
This snazzy felt 'gator sewing book lives on pins and needles.
These tossable, squishable balls are easy to make and easy to play with; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Give a gift that is made to have love written all over it.
These fun mice made of strawberries will have your kids happily nibbling on a healthy snack in no time.
Sweet and juicy watermelon is standard fare on the Fourth, but why settle for a slice when you can go for a split?
Make your own first aid kit for kids to carry around for life's little emergencies.
Have fun with these paper animal crafts, another simple craft from Spoonful.com!
Add a few splashes of fabric paint to a plain canvas apron to artfully shield Dad's clothes from that messy grill.
Create a buzz this May Day with honey bee flower baskets.
Animate your drawings with this simple flip-book craft.
Tame your family's clutter of papers with this artistic multislot organizer made from sturdy, recycled shipping boxes.
Use clay and toothpicks to make a Singing Spider.
Put together a dresser-top keepsake holder.
Encourage your kids to try a fresh bell pepper by turning it into a crunchy creature from the deep.
Your toddler can help build and decorate this graham cracker cottage.
Give Dad a rack that keeps track of car and house keys
Colorful electrical and duct tapes make crafting these wilt-proof blooms a cinch.
Replace ho-hum snacks with fun to eat (and make) treats.
These little creatures are a great way to get your kids to eat a couple vegetables.
Feature kids' artwork on one-of-a-kind stationary.
This photogenic Father's Day card takes aim at the hearts of shutterbug fathers everywhere.
Have your child illustrate an "All About You" book as a holiday gift for a relative or friend.
A snap to assemble, these kid-size treats combine sweet fruit and a refreshingly tart cheesecake-like filling.
Your kids can help you turn fresh strawberries into sparkly treats.
Cheese, pepperoni, olives, and other classic pizza toppings make this flavorful salad a sure hit.
If you can't give Dad money this year, give him the next best thing: a duct tape wallet for him to put it in.
A Birthday Crown for All Ages
Alligator Sewing Kit
Book of Love
Banana Split With a Twist
Mini First-Aid Kit
Best-ever Barbecue Apron
Make a Flip-Book Cartoon
Craft Stick Trinket Box
Mini Holiday House
Family Key Keeper
Colored Tape Craft: Faux Flowers
Build a Better Munchie
An 'All About You' Book
Frozen Fruit Bites
Duct Tape Wallet
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