It is Summer Vacation time again. KidEngage blogger Richa offers tips for making the most of the summer vacation time for children.Read More
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
Animals, trees and the great outdoors – all brought indoors for those times when you just can’t get the kids out! Children will go on some wild adventures in the forest right from the living room floor. Here’s how you can create your very own jungle at home. Supplies needed 1. Plastic module of wild animals 2. Foam which is used in decorations. 3. Decoration grass 4. Fevicol 5. Mud 6. Half thermocol sheet Instructions: 1….Read More
Chocolate and candies are something you can’t avoid, but this time skip the boring box of candy and go for these cute little goodie bags where you can replace candies with the gift of your choice.This idea for goodies is simply great for a treat bag or as small stand-alone gifts.Read More
Have you struggled with teaching kids about friendships? Making friends (and keeping them) are important life skills to have. Here are some simple ways to help teach your child about being a good friend. We at KidEngage know the importance of friendship because the only way to have a friend is to be a friend. Here is our Friendship Day Special Organizer that kids can make for their best friend.Read More
Let’s capture the warmth of this festival in this “touch and feel” wall decoration for Sankranthi that will easily help children learn about the festival while they get to make something beautiful to adorn their home.Read More
Touch is by far the most interesting and necessary of the ‘five senses’.
I focus on crafting projects for my son which let him explore all sorts of textures and allow him to actively use his senses as he explores the world. As a crafter I have a storage of various types of papers at home. And I find it to be one of the best sources to put his ‘sense of touch’ to work. Touching and sensing different types of material helps a child learn about their environment as a whole!
Little ones are most delighted by the joyful celebrations with friends and family in the festival season. Let’s spread the cheer with these beautiful DIY crafts that are easy to do and make the most memorable gifts for your loved ones.Read More
It’s that time of the year again, for kids to rejoice and you to keep their excitement from running over your décor. This festive season tap their enthusiasm, engaging them in simple DIY ideas that are fun to make and a huge helping hand towards your Diwali preps.Read More
Want to give away a gift but don’t have a bag? Looking for bags to give birthday return gifts? Why don’t you make one yourself? After knowing that plastic is harmful to the environment it makes sense for us to use paper or other sustainable alternatives. Here is an easy way to make bags with paper. You can use newspapers, pages of an old book, maps, calendars, magazines, or any sheet of paper. Use an…Read More