Easy Kids Art Project – Citrus Stamped Canvas

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Need a project to keep kids busy this summer? This Citrus Stamped Canvas art project is fun for kids and adult DIYers. It’s really simple so even your really young kiddos can do it with a little help. I think this would look so cute in a kitchen or dining room! Match up the colors to the color scheme in your home. Kids love to see their artwork displayed and this is a great way to add a pop of color to your walls.

Lakeshore Learning at Home (and a Coupon!)

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Lakeshore recently launched a fun new line of educational toys for the home and it includes a great selection of products that you can use to supplement your child’s education or incorporate into a homeschool curriculum! These products will be available at your local Lakeshore Learning store or online at the Lakeshore Learning at Home Site.

Holiday Craft: Toilet Paper Roll Ornaments

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Isn’t it fun to push a spoon into the seam of a pre-made biscuit dough container and watch it pop into a spiral?

That was the inspiration for this fun and easy ornament craft. Well that, and the fact that we started going through a lot more toilet paper once my daughter potty trained. I felt I had to do something with all those rolls.

Though my daughter and I originally made these to hang in her room, they can also make gorgeous holiday ornaments.

How to Make Egg Tempera Paint

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Egg tempera paint is extremely easy to make and gives you a nice shiny finish on your project. Kids can help make the paint (and practice their egg cracking skills) and this is a great way to use up expired eggs.

Hot Rocks Art for Kids

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I absolutely love simple, open-ended art activities for kids – especially during the summer. That’s why I was so thrilled to find this perfect summer art activity for kids from The Little Humbugs. My kids can entertain themselves with nothing but rocks for hours (well okay, at least for 10 minutes). This activity is so simple – heating clean rocks and drawing on them with crayons – but the process allows kids to experiment with a completely new art texture and the end result looks fantastic.