Crafts and Experiments and Projects, Oh My! Round Up

Since the advent of Pinterest it’s so easy to find crafts, projects and science experiments and it’s equally as easy to get overwhelmed. I’ve even found that the projects that look easy don’t always work out and it is a frustrating waste of my time, energy and resources. From one homeschool Mom to another, today we would like to share some hands on crafting ideas for your homeschool.  So grab a few quite moments to see what our Crew have on offer from their homeschool rooms to yours.

Chareen @ Every Bed of Roses shares

Kym @ Homeschool Coffee Break shares Art Project Round-Up – I’ve pulled together a few of our favorite art project ideas from the Virtual Refrigerator Art Link-up. These projects are all fun and relatively easy.

Dawn @ Schoolin’ Swag shares How I was Able to Say Yes to Crafts and My Sanity – Tips and tricks for making crafting (and clean up) easier for mom, thus encouraging you to say yes more often!

Linda @ Apron Strings & other things shares

Annette @ A Net in Time shares

Jennifer @ Organized Homeschooler shares

Kristen @ A Mom’s Quest to Teach shares

  • Crafts: Spring Flowers – A Mom’s Quest to Teach shares two different ways to use recycled tissue paper to create beautiful flowers with your young children.
  • Crafts: F is for Flags – Whether studying about the letters of the alphabet or a nation’s history, creating a flag from the letter F can be a fun project to do with toddlers and preschoolers.
  • Crafts: Butterfly Metamorphosis – In this post, A Mom’s Quest to Teach shares a craft that can teach your own children about the process of metamorphosis in butterflies. There are many ways you can adapt this to the craft materials you have in your home.

Meredith @ Powerline Productions – Being World Changers/Raising World Changers shares

Karen @ Tots and Me…Growing Up Together shares

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