Posts Tagged ‘preschool art project’

Keepsake Bins: Organizing Your Child’s School & Art Work

Masterpiece after masterpiece has been posted to your refrigerator door. Second grade poems of “Roses are red, violets are blue, you’re my mom, and I love you!” and finger painted butterflies have been strewn on intricately designed clotheslines on your walls (thanks, Pinterest!), or placed in frames to be displayed for a short while until the next A+ comes along. While it is so important to display your child’s hard work and creativity, we know the question on every parent’s mind when another piece comes home stuffed inside their backpack — Am I supposed to save e v e r y t h i n g? The answer is no, but there is an efficient way that you can save the important pieces all in one place where they will be kept safe and organized for you and your child to look back on for years to come. 

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DIY Kids Art Lacing Cards

Not only are lacing cards great for your preschooler’s hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and concentration, but they are also a great way to buy yourself a little bit of quiet time! Here is a quick and simple way to make your own lacing cards utilizing your child’s artwork.

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Fun & Easy Easter Craft

{Photo Credit: The Memoirs of Megan}

If you’re like most Moms, you love celebrating holidays with your little ones in as many ways as possible. Once the Easter eggs have all been dyed, and you’re done stuffing baskets, try this easy and fun craft, that will also help benefit your child’s fine motor skills!

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