May 4, 2021
Bet you didn't know National Lost Sock Memorial Day is coming up... How about National Frog Jumping Day? Keep scrolling for these and other national holidays you probably didn't know existed. Watch your kiddos light up when you tell them it's National Chocolate Chip Day (especially if you let them eat some). We've included a fun family activity to celebrate each holiday from some of our favorite bloggers so you can make a day of it.
via: 5 Minute Fun
These super-simple “loo roll” crafts are fun, free to create with supplies around the house, and will keep your kids busy playing with their new creations long after their crafting is complete.
via: Cool Progeny
Sometimes experimenting with soda & candy is even more fun than consuming it! Check out three fun STEM projects that your kids will love (and maybe they’ll even get to sneak a sip if they’re lucky).
Cowabunga! This surfboard craft for kids is a great way to bring favorite toys into water play. These are fun and easy to make and as a bonus, Play-Trains provides a free printable surfboard template on their blog.
via: One Little Project
We all have mismatched socks and this is such a fun way to use them. You’ll need a few simple supplies from around the house, or from the dollar store, and in less than 10 minutes you can make a cute little crawling creature.
via: Super Simple
Hop to it with this fairly simple craft, that’s just as much fun to play with as it is to make.
via: Hungry Happenings
Put a huge smile on everybody’s face by making these smiley face chocolate chip cookies. They’re impossibly soft and chewy and will surely turn any frown upside down.
via: My Fussy Eater
This quick and easy Rainbow Veggie Pizza is ready in just 10 minutes and it’s a great healthy alternative to regular pizza that kids will love to help make and eat.
via: Skip to my Lou
If you’re alarmed by red dye, excessive amounts of sugar and underage workers turn away now! If not, check out how blogger Skip to my Lou made loads of homemade taffy with her fam and how you can do it too.
via: Doing Good Together
Explore the outdoors with a free printable checklist for kids from Doing Good Together. They also provide additional resources and ways to engage kids of all ages through nature.
via: Science Buddies
The sky is the limit when you take your paper airplanes to the next level (literally!) by creating this fun launcher with materials from around the house.
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