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Fun-to-make art projects, seasonal gift and decorating ideas, and more.

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Mother's Day Gift
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Mother's Day-sie

Umbrella Suncatchers
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Umbrella Suncatchers

Flying Cardinal Mobile
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Flying Cardinal Mobile

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Pretty Painted Flowerpots

Welcome spring into your home with these super-simple, seasonal crafts that teach kids fine motor skills, shapes, and science about the season!
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16 Springtime Crafts

stained glass art
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Stained-Glass Art

Paint Up a Storm
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Paint Up a Storm!

Even before your garden has bloomed, kids can celebrate spring with bunches of these bright bouquets. Encourage them to experiment with different combinations of colors.
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Coffee Filter Flowers

Things to do With Cardboard Boxes
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Things to Do with a Cardboard Box

Flowers Sweet Enough to Eat
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Lollipop Bouquet

Recycled Guitar
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Recycled Guitar

Watch your child transform the “junk drawer” into an accessorized robot that can go-go-go!
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Robot Racers

Your kids will be eager to take the family dog on a walk when they can use this adorable leash holder they make themselves.
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DIY Dog Leash Holder

Ideal for summer breezes, this wind sock is easy and fun to make.
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Colorful Windsocks

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How do you reward excellence or achievement?

Parents Talk Back
How do you reward excellence or achievement?
Praise or a pat on the back.
80% (37 votes)
An inexpensive gift or toy.
9% (4 votes)
A gift of substantial value.
7% (3 votes)
We do nothing—it’s expected.
4% (2 votes)
Total votes: 46