Jumping Frog Craft
Jumping Frog Craft

Hop hop! This frog craft is so much fun, we are jumping with excitement! This craft is fairly simple, but we are so excited because it is just as much fun to play with as it is to make. Read on for all the instructions and photo details, and soon you’ll be jumping with us!... Read more »

It's Easy to Make Your Own Confetti Cannon!
It’s Easy to Make Your Own Confetti Cannon!

No matter what you are celebrating, everything is better with confetti! This homemade confetti cannon is simple to make, and easy to use. You can fill your confetti cannon with your own homemade confetti made from tissue paper or coloured paper, and use it to celebrate anything at all! A special birthday!The start of summer!... Read more »

My Favourite Things Time Capsule
My Favourite Things Time Capsule

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens Bright copper kettles and warm woollen mittens Brown paper packages tied up with strings These are a few of my favourite things – ‘My Favourite Things’, The Sound Of Music Our favourite things. As we get older, the fluctuation of what our favourite things tend to slow down... Read more »

Dinosaur Shapes & Number Pegs
Dinosaur Shapes & Number Pegs

Get your preschoolers involved with a Dinosaur Shape & Number Peg activity! Using wooden clothes pegs, pre-cut foam stickers and cut out dinosaurs, you can create a wonderfully easy and simple learning task for your toddlers. It will help them practise numbers, colours and shapes in a fun and enjoyable way. Not only will they... Read more »

Playdough Ice Cream
Play Ice Cream Dough

This ice cream dough might look good enough to eat, but it’s made to be played with! If kept in a properly sealed ziplock bag, it should last forever! If it gets hard or dry, you can bring it back to life with a few drops of water, and add in a little bit of... Read more »

Make A Volcano!
Make A Volcano!

This volcano project uses all four of our primary senses – smell, touch, sight, and hearing. You can tell by using these four senses that this is not something you want to eat, so we won’t be using our sense of taste in this project! But we’ll be able to smell the vinegar, touch the... Read more »

Ostrich Marionette
Ostrich Marionette – Fifi from Sing Along With Tobee!

Have you watched the Pinocchio Song episode of Sing Along with Tobee? Here are the instructions for making your very own Ostrich Marionette, just like the one featured in the show! Materials fishing line, embroidery thread, or yarn – any will do! 2 foam balls (one 2.5” and and one 1.75 ”) 2 large popsicle... Read more »

Dinosaur Family Fingerprint for Father’s Day

‘You can have all the money in the world, but there’s one thing you will never have…a dinosaur’ Homer Simpson Well, I suppose that is the truth, a live one at least. However, I think we can all agree that dinosaurs are still ‘rawrsome’ enough to have on your wall! I haven’t met a single... Read more »

Tissue Paper Tree Craft
Tissue Paper Tree Craft

This simple tree craft is one that everyone can get involved with. You can make a big tree, or a little tree! Maybe your tree grows fruit! Maybe it has long branches! Trees are versatile, and so is this craft. You can change it to make it easier for little ones by simply gluing the... Read more »

Stand Up Tree Craft
Stand Up Tree Craft

We love trees! Trees do so much for us – they help clean the air, give animals a place to live, grow delicious food, and so much more. Plus, they are very beautiful to look at. We think our stand up tree craft is pretty beautiful, too! You can make one tree, or create a... Read more »

Giving Community Helpers A High Five
Giving Community Helpers A High Five

Let’s give our community helpers a high five! Community helpers are the people who live and work in our communities, and help keep them happy, safe, and healthy. We see them every day! They are our doctors, police officers, construction workers, farmers, and fire fighters! Also, teachers, nurses, bakers, mail carriers, bus drivers, plumbers, librarians... Read more »

Finished Bird Feeders
Make Your Own Bird Feeder

Make and hang your own bird feeder made from recycled things we don’t need anymore, and make some new bird friends! The birds will be very happy you did! Tweet Tweet! Materials milk or juice carton (make sure you rinse it out) craft paint spray primer for plastic paint brushes marker utility knife / scissors... Read more »

Rock Monsters
Rock Monsters

Monster rock! Especially, rock monsters! These funky monsters are made from rocks found outside, and craft supplies that you probably already have at home. You can get creative adding extra eyes, hair, or horns – anything you like to truly make these monsters rock! What you’ll need: Smooth round rocks – go for a rock... Read more »

Make Your Own Wind Chime
Make Your Own Wind Chime

Combining learning with craft is a wonderful way of integrating creativity and subjects like science. Wind can be difficult to explain to a child without any visual aids. Children learn by seeing and doing, so teaching them with the accompaniment of an easy craft is an excellent tool to help make sense of a new... Read more »

Blow Paint Monsters
Blow Paint Monsters

These blow paint monsters are not so scary. Instead they are super fun! You never know what kind of creature you’ll end up with! By using different coloured paints, and using a straw to blow the paint around instead of a paint brush, you get something new and interesting every time. Use your imagination and... Read more »

Cardboard Tube Family Craft
Cardboard Tube Family Craft

Families come in all different sizes, and each one is unique. This craft using cardboard tubes can be customized to be like your family, or you can use your imagination and make an entirely different family! No matter what your cardboard tube family looks like, make sure to make it with lots of love. What... Read more »

The Family Tree - Tips & Reasons to Make Your Own!
The Family Tree – Tips & Reasons to Make Your Own!

Family. Ancestry. Genealogy. Descendants. Generations. Relationships. These are all words that one will come across when tracing back their relations to create a family tree. A family tree is a diagram (that can look a little like a tree), that shows all of a families relatives through several generations from the present, backwards. This study... Read more »

Let's Make Bird Feeders
Let’s Make Bird Feeders

Let’s make a bird feeder craft together using recycled materials! Caitie has all the easy to follow step by step instructions. Watch and learn.

Big Fish, Little Fish! - Baby Shark Craft
Big Fish, Little Fish! – Baby Shark Craft

Baby Shark helps us learn opposites with this fun craft! With our template, and a little careful gluing, you’ll have a great tool to show your little ones an example of big and small. That being said, this isn’t really a fun craft to tackle with your little one, but rather something you could put... Read more »

Five Little Ducks & Mother Duck Craft
Five Little Ducks & Mother Duck Craft

“Five little ducks” is a beloved nursery rhyme that both kids and parents enjoy listening to. And it’s a great way for little ones to practice counting down from five! They can use their fingers for counting, or make these five little duck puppets to play with while singing the song! Baby ducks (ducklings) really... Read more »

Symmetrical Butterfly Painting
Symmetrical Butterfly Painting

Want to learn how to paint symmetrical butterfly colors? Sit back and take notes as Caitie guides you step by step on how to make this butterfly craft!

Rainstick Craft
Rainstick Craft

Looking for something to do on a rainy day? So is Tobee! Make this easy rainstick craft to shake along to the beat. How will you decorate yours? Things you’ll need paper towel roll coloured construction paper 2 rubber bands aluminum foil rice scissors tape glue stick * Pre cut 2 square pieces of construction... Read more »

Bubble Wrap Rain Craft
Bubble Wrap Rain Craft

It’s raining, it’s pouring! But that’s okay, because we want to stay inside and make this umbrella craft! Wee! This craft is perfect for a rainy day. It’s simple, but looks so good! You can dress it up as much as you like with decorations for your umbrella, or experiment with some rain clouds, but... Read more »

May Flower Umbrellas
May Flower Umbrellas

This is a great indoor craft to brighten up a rainy day, and to help you remember what April showers bring! May flowers need lots of sunlight to grow, but first they need a lot of rain. We’re going to make a simple umbrella out of card stock, then learn two different methods of making... Read more »

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