Posts Tagged ‘indoor crafts’


(Crafts) Wet Chalk Art

Kids often get a real kick out of doing an activity outside of the standard rules and guidelines. For example, chalk is usually an “outside only” activity. Mix things up today! The kids will love it. Here is a very simple craft that brings this outside activity indoors.

Construction Paper


Lightly wet a piece of construction paper. Let the child color on the wet paper with chalk.

To create an extra smooth application of the chalk, you can also dip the piece of chalk into a shallow bowl of water before coloring.

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(Crafts) Marshmallow Madness

Miniature marshmallows and toothpicks. Need I say more??

Let the fun begin!


Follow my family’s marshmallow adventures here!

*Tip: If you let the marshmallows set out for a few hours prior to using them, they will harden slightly and give a more solid structure to the marshmallow and toothpick tower.


(Crafts) Tissue Paper Craft

tissue paper craftThis is a craft that can easily be adjusted for kids of all ages.

colored tissue paper
a blank piece of paper (type and color of your choice)

Cut the different colors of tissue paper into 2″-3″ squares. The squares do not have to be neat or exact. Have the child crumple the tissue paper squares into little balls and glue them onto the blank piece of paper. They can do this free form or they can choose to draw (or have you draw) a light sketch onto the paper for them to fill in with the tissue paper.

*Tip – Older children can make more detailed pictures my making the tissue paper into smaller, tighter balls. For younger children, it might be helpful to use slightly larger, less crumpled squares so that they are able to cover more area quicker.