Susan Hughes' thankfulness tree has elements that can be done by any age, though if you have tiny tots they will need some help with the assembly from an older child or an adult. The backbone of this project is brainstorming as many things as possible, for which to be thankful.
This fun to make ornament is made from a cereal box, and provides a great opportunity for your kids to practice measuring, folding, taping, and to go a little nuts with glitter (if you dare).
Does the cost of Christmas shopping overwhelm you? SCH Contributor Jessica Parnell shares some cute DIY presents that can be made on a budget.
New SCH Contributor Stacy Harris shares on how to instill a solid work ethic into our children's hearts while having lots of fun at the same time. She also shares great tips on how to decorate on a budget.
Valentine’s Day is coming! Let’s spread the love this month and get crafty! As you're gathering treats for your sweetie, and lovies for your kiddos, here’s a fun simple project to make at home, consisting of h...
This is a great activity for a rainy winter day, especially if the kiddos are still on Winter Break!