Heart Shaped Ornaments

by: Carrie's Home Daycare
Hot glue two mini candy canes together. Add button and ribbon to re-create these cute ornaments!


Pumpkin Collage

by: Carrie's Home Daycare
We scooped out the seeds from a pumpkin, washed and dried them, then made this collage! Pumpkins are cut from one sheet of 12x12 scrapbook paper.


Apple Art

by: Carrie's Home Daycare
We used small paper plates, green paper, pipe cleaners, a hot glue gun and red paint for this project.


Wind Painting

by: Carrie's Home Daycare
All you need is some paper, paint (thin with water), some sort of tray (to catch drips) and fan for this activity! If you don't have a fan - try using a straw to blow the paint around.


Upcycled Magnetic Board

  • Cover a piece of heavy card board with scrapbook paper
  • Hot glue frozen juice can lids in place
  • Add a pretty ribbon loop for hanging


Paper Towel Rainbows

by: Carrie's Home Daycare
You will need:
  • Paper towel
  • Scissors
  • Markers
  • Water
  • Sponge or paint brush
First, cut a rainbow shape out of paper towel. Colour rainbow design using thick marker strokes. Next "paint" over the paper towel - watch as the colours blend together! When dry, can be hung in a window, or mounted on cardstock. Add cotton balls as clouds if desired.


Ladybug Bowls

by: ECRC
You will need:
  • A paper bowl
  • Red and black paint
  • Pipe cleaner
  • Paint brush
  • Marker
Paint bowl red. Add black dots. When dry, draw eyes and mouth. Add pipe cleaner antenna to complete this project.

Ladybug Tracing

by: ECRC
  • Print child's name on card stock using a thick marker
  • Have child "trace" his or her name by dipping their finger in red ink and stamping on paper
  • Add dots and antena!

Adorable Turtle

by: ECRC
  • Paper Bowl
  • Tissue paper
  • Cardstock
  • Marker (for eyes)
  • Scissors
  • Watered down glue with sparkles (to create shimmer)

Lily Pads

by: Carrie's Home Daycare
  • We cut lily pads from cardstock
  • We used an old plastic table cloth (cut and scrunched) to create the lily!