For our immediate family, Legoland was a better experience and more fun than Disney! Yes, I truly said that! Here’s why…
Activities and crafts that get kids outdoors exploring, playing, and creating!
The best fairy homes use natural materials, especially gourds, rocks, twigs, moss, acorns, seeds, and leaves. Explore our inspirational Fairy Garden pictures.
Have you ever looked at your bucket of sidewalk chalk and thought, “What do we do with this?” Today, I’m here to inspire you with a very simple, family-friendly outdoor chalk mosaic art project.
If you’re like many other parents, you sometimes wonder if your child is spending too much time in front of a screen. Explore ways to help your child spend more time outdoors.
When making a cereal box cardboard ghost cutout for nature exploration, of course only a Lego brick-themed ghost will do!
Soak up your last days of summer sunshine outside with your little ones making and photographing this adorable nature craft!
This simple afternoon-sun activity requires only two craft supplies: a white crayon and a piece of black paper, plus toys!
Learn to make a simple DIY child-friendly paper bag nest, perfect for displaying a blown out Easter Egg, too!
Enjoy our round-up of our favorite Easter Crafts using nature as inspiration. This spring get outside, have an adventure and get creative!
We love the affordability of these durable foam toy airplanes – perfect for hours of outdoor fun!