Popsicle sticks are also known as craft sticks, and they are fun to work with. Making a birdhouse out of popsicle sticks is a great project for kids that tells them to care for the birds, and it costs next to nothing. Bring birds to your backyard with this adorable DIY Popsicle birdhouse and once it is hung, the kids will love watching their feathered friends visiting their homes everyday. What We Need An empty container…Read More
Keeping the li’l monkeys indoors during hot afternoons will be a difficult task for moms. The challenge is to find exciting activities that will not only be fun but an effective use of their time. Here is an exciting DIY craft that can easily be made using things that are lying around in most homes. Painting the rocks is not just a fun hobby, but you can use the painted rocks as a paperweight, transform it into fridge magnets, write inspirational messages for friends and family or even use these mini art pieces to decorate your garden.Read More
At KidEngage, we have a whole team that loves crafting and love to come up with new crafts everyday that are absolutely fun and easy to do with kids. In this new series, we will feature one DIY craft idea every week to help the parents keep their Craftsters constructively engaged.Read More
“I hate craft and I don’t enjoy the fun and enjoyment it gives!”, said no kid ever! Craft is something that kids totally adore and it only boosts their imagination and creativity as well as gives them happiness, fun and entertainment. Here are five simply amazing and easy-to-do craft ideas at home with your 2-4 year oldRead More
Monsoon season is the perfect time to teach students about the water cycle and what makes rain.
Science for kids does not need to be complicated. The simplest of things can be fun and educational. The water cycle model gives children a visual representation of the different stages of the water cycle and how they repeat over and over again.These creative and educational science activities are just what we need to cover the basic science skills.Read More
Toddlers are a sponge when it comes to learning, and it’s great if you can incorporate learning activities in their daily play. I’m a big believer in learning through play, and find that with how eager children are to learn, it isn’t hard to incorporate learning through play in our everyday life.Read More
Last weekend, I crafted a construction hat (or hard hat) as we did a sensory play activity together. I had made a whole construction site for my toddler. The hat is made using only recycled material. And that big smile my little boy gave me looking at it, beyond words – true happiness! How great it feels when your kids appreciate your efforts and love the craft you make for them! Isn’t it mommies?Read More