The 4th of July is not that away, so it seemed like the perfect time to find fun and interesting craft ideas for kids. The best list I found has plenty of interesting red, white and blue crafts and activites that will also help ward off summer boredom.
Whether you have tiny tots or a slightly older child, I am willing to bet that you will find something on this list. There is plenty of creative fun to be had!
Imagine being able to see what is going on in your child's imagination. Scribble Press is an easy-to-use app that allows kids to create stories to their heart's content. Expand on already existing templates or start fresh with a blank book. The sky's the limit.
Scribble Press is available in both iOS and Android versions, so whatever your preference you are covered.
Teachers have had our kids in class all year. They have helped helped our kids grow, when they were motivated, bored, happy, annoyed, or even a touch annoying. At the end of the year, I am always scrambling for last-minute ideas for teacher thank you gifts. Not this year, though. This post has loads of easy and fun gift ideas for teachers, and 23 of them are devoted completely the end of the year.
With so many inspiring ideas ideas to choose from, the hardest part will be deciding on one. A few of the ideas in this post include fun ways to package Burt's Bees products, a mason jar gift, a DIY manicure set, a neat idea for a candy gram, and many more. The ideas are plentiful, and they include instructions. Most also have printable gift tags. As a bonus, the article also has other teacher gift ideas, not specific to the end of the year, which may be helpful as well. There are even ideas for the bus driver. So, why wait? Take a look, and get started now!