Activities and Crafts Archive

Creating a Family Craft Room at Home 0

Picture Credit A lot of parents are worried about stifling their child’s creativity when they are learning about the world around them. Nurturing an environment in which they can express themselves is crucial to their development. Some may be encouraged to learn a musical instrument or take up a

Two Recycle Craft Ideas For Kids 0

I have two one-step recycle crafts to help you teach your kids (or yourself) how fun recycling can be! Both of these homemade toys are made out of things you can find laying around your house, and things you usually put in your trash can. Originally posted 2015-05-12 21:29:51.

Financially Incentivised Social Responsibility 0

Let’s not get it twisted in any way – as much as for the most part the goodwill of most people can be counted on to have them eventually doing their bit to honour their social responsibility to preserving the environment we live in, there’s a much higher rate

Flexible and functional furniture to bring style to your home 0

These items of furniture are a decision you can make with both your head and your heart Whether you’ve just moved into a new home or you’re sprucing up your existing property, finding the right furniture is an important decision. We all want our furniture to look great, but

Choosing The Right Clothes For A Construction Site 0

If you work on a construction site, you will know that they can be very dangerous places, while the issue of health and safety has become much more prominent over the last few years. Indeed, construction sites generally have a large amount of heavy machinery operating as well as

Earth Day Nature Bingo Card Printable 0

April 22nd is Earth Day.  It’s also Earth Day’s 45th Anniversary!  We wanted to create a fun project to help get kids excited about Earth Day.   The World sees Earth Day as an opportunity to support environmental programs and is celebrated simultaneously around the globe by people of all backgrounds, faiths

Hey Kids – Let’s Grow a Garden! 0

I grew up with a father who came from a 2,000 acre family farm and, even though he left farming behind in his latter years, he still maintained one very serious “backyard garden.” We had rows and rows of corn, beans, lettuce, onions, radishes, peppers… you name it, we had it. And