Want your room to have some Mosaic tile style? Check out this how-to video! With just a few sheets of paper and some glue you can transform a boring bedside table into a fabulous mosaic showpiece! Follow along with the step-by-step instructions in this video activity tutorial and learn how to make a tiled mosaic. Make a tile mosaic.
Create your own T-shirt design with host Lisa Bleyaert by following along with this how-to video! All you need are a cotton t-shirt and some fabric paint and you’ll be on your way to a totally YOU fashion statement! You will need a t-shirt, fabric paint: green, glittery gold, black, and glow in the dark white, a piece of cardboard, and the step-by-step instructions in this video activity tutorial. Paint a t-shirt.
It's the holiday season, the holiday season...ok maybe it is; maybe it isn't. Either way, watch and learn how to apply face paint to look like Rudolph the Reindeer.
Time to make use of your fall leaves and keep your kids busy making gift and greeting cards.
This tutorial talks about how one can make playdoh cupcakes and donuts. This video is for all the playdoh lovers and ones who likes cupcakes and donuts.
This video tutorial is on how to make one' favorite superheroes with playdough. This video tutorial is especially for kids and everyone that loves playing with playdough.
In this tutorial, we learn how to make blue silly putty. To make this, you will just need borax, glue, and food coloring. First, pour a cup of water in a bowl with a couple tablespoons of glue and some borax. When it's all poured in the bowl, mix it together. After this, add in the food coloring until you have the color that you want. Mix the putty together until well combined and then play with it! You can store it in a plastic container to play with later and use for whatever type of craft ...
In this video, we learn how to mow to Make a Dry Ice Crystal Ball! This is a fun activity you can do with your kids and that you will enjoy as well. To start, you will need to take some Dawn dish soap that doesn't have soap and isn't anti-bacterial. After this, put this in water and add rags into it. Swish it around to make the water bubble up. Now, grab a smaller bowl and fill it with water. Then, take another bowl and put dry ice in it using a glove. Next, Now, drag the rag over the top of ...
Teach your young child about shapes! This tutorial shows you how to make a teacup out of rectangle shapes - both perfect and trapezoidal. All you need is some colored paper, glue and safety scissors (and markers or colored pencils to decorate your tea cup)
If you don't think an aquarium is quite right for your children, maybe some paper fish will do the trick for now. This video will show you the steps to making really simple paper fish on popsicle sticks, a sort of stick puppet. Perfect for the young ones. You'll need:
Kids love chickens, even when they aren't on the dinner plates. That's why this crafty paper chicken project is perfect for them. Use this video to learn how to make the chicken out of paper, then show your kids how to do it. It could be an afternoon full of fun for them (and you). You'll need:
Everyone loves cats, for the most part. It would be more accurate to say that everyone loves kittens. No one can resist the cuteness of brand new baby kitty, especially children, which is why kittens and cats make the perfect craft project for kids. In this video, you'll learn how you and your kids can create a googly-eyed paper cat upper on a popsicle stick. It's great for any young child. You'll need:
Looking for a fun kids' activity? Have a little bit of spare time and paper to match? Make a paper dog with origami, the traditional Japanese folk art of paper folding. This free origami video lesson presents complete instructions on how to make your own canine from folded paper. For more information, and to get started making paper puppies yourself, take a look!
Get crafty this weekend with your kids by incorporating a fun arts & crafts project into the mix of weekend activities! In this Simple Kid's Crafts tutorial, learn how to make an adorable pencil topper out of pipe cleaners! This activity is perfect for children kindergarden age and up. Spend some quality time with your children and help get their creative juices pumping with fun arts & crafts projects like this one!
In a world filled with video games, arts and crafts is more important than ever. It's important to make sure kids are getting the right stimulation needed to help them later on in life. This video tutorial helps not only achieve that, but give them a great toy to play with as well. Find out how to make cool looking pom-pom chicken from scratch. Enjoy!
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a volcano. The materials required are: baking soda, red food coloring and vinegar. For the base of the volcano, users will simply need to use a cup and cover it with some dough in a shape of a volcano. Now add 1-2 tsp of baking soda into the volcano. Now add in a few drops of red dye into the volcano. Then pour in 1 cup of vinegar into the volcano. This video will benefit those viewers who are interested science, and experiments and would like...
This is an arts and crafts project that is sure to be used in classrooms all over. It's easy to do and can be achieved by children as young as 5. This tutorial uses an old toilet paper roll to make a cool looking bumble bee.
What better way to display flowers in your home than in an adorable personalized vase? In this tutorial, learn how to make a flower vase with your kids and make a unique centerpiece for any table. Your kids will have fun with this project and will delight in seeing their masterpiece on display for everyone to admire. So let's get crafting, shall we?
Sure, carbon and oxygen are two of very most fundamental building blocks of all life on Earth — but what have they done for you lately? With this free video guide, you'll learn how to build a safe, simple carbon-dioxide-powered bottle rocket with baking soda and a spent soft plastic waterball.
In this Family video tutorial you will learn how to do leaf rubbings for a children's activity. For this you will need a flat surface. If the table top in slightly uneven, put a sheet of construction paper on it. The materials you will need are sheets of paper, crayons and leaves. You can also use fabric leaves if your area doesn’t have any leaves. Take a leaf; put it upside down on a flat surface so that the veins are on top. Put a sheet of paper over the leaf and hold it down with one hand....
Lynn Snodgrass shows how to make chimes by using small clay pots and popsicle sticks. You can tie them together by using plastic string or regular garden string. The pots can be decorated with paint or you can apply stickers to the pots. 1. Use the sticks tied with the string as the base that holds the pots together. 2. Thread the string through the opening in the clay pots. The pots will have already been decorated with the stickers and the paint and will already be dry. The next step is to ...
Chris Giorni, Mr. Science with Tree Frog Treks, demonstrates how to make simulated frog skin. To make the simulated frog skin, you will need glue, water, borax laundry powder and food coloring. First, add a pinch of the powdered borax to water and dye it green using the food coloring. Next, water down the glue and place it on a plate. Add the borax solution to the plate. Mix the compound with your fingers. It will quickly form a long chain polymer or sticky frog skin. Frogs breathe through th...
Need an electric outlet and don't have one? No batteries on hand, either? Well, then you should use the next best thing - potatoes! In this tutorial, learn how to make that old science fair staple - the potato powered calculator! Check it out, it really works!
This video presentation is a tutorial of how to make a baking soda and vinegar rocket. Materials involved include a water bottle, vinegar, baking soda, toilet paper, and knife. First step is to use the knife to gouge a hole in the cap of the bottle. It should not be too large, and should be placed in the center of the cap. Once the hole is made, the cap is to be removed, and the bottle is to be filled partially to half-way with vinegar. After the vinegar is added, the baking soda is then laid...
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make aluminum paper rings. This video provides all the materials required to make the rings. The materials required include: aluminum paper, glue, plastic gems, beads and the bottom of any decorative element for the top of the ring. Begin by folding the foil into a thin line and twist it. Now bend the foil around your finger to shape it into a ring. Then tie and wrap up the top. Put some glue on and add the bead or gem to the center. This video wil...
This video shows you how to make a rubber band ball. First, take a small bouncy ball as a basis, and wrap the first rubber band around it. The technique to do this is to loop the rubber band around the ball and pull it tight, then twist the rubber band and loop it around the ball again. Continue in this fashion until the rubber band is wrapped tightly around the ball. Take another rubber band and wrap it around the ball in the same manner as the first. Do this with as many rubber bands requir...
In this video tutorial, viewers will learn how to make a simple pencil holder. This is a child's art and crafts activity. The video provides all the materials that are required in order to make the pencil holder. The materials required include: a toilet paper tube, paint, paint brush, glue, scissors and a sheet of white paper. Users simply decorate the paper with paint and wrap it around the toilet roll. Next, cut another piece of paper for the bottom of the roll and secure it with some tissu...
This is step-by-step video tutorial on how to make a basic but adorable cat puppet. The kids will have such a good time cutting and gluing the materials to make their very own puppet. The process is very quick and very easy. The materials you will need are: Felt (black, white and yellow), 2 googly eyes, scissors, and fabric glue. First cut out 2 triangles for the ears. Glue the circular edges of a half circle of felt together and glue the ears to it. Glue the eyes, nose, mouth, whiskers, and ...
Don't be upset, all you need to create this angry expression is a piece of paper and a pen. To spice it up you can use markers and
Did you know that you can draw the person that's on the $100 bill from the number 100? Well you can and Bruce Blitz will show you how in this instructional video! You will need a piece of paper, a marker, and colored chalk. Follow along with this how-to cartoon video and learn how to draw Benjami Franklin from the number 100. Draw a cartoon Benjamin Franklin from the number 100.
Join Puppeteer John Kennedy in creating a puppet only your mummy would be proud of! You will need a ladle, string, two drinking straws, a styrofoam ball, two wooden dowels, a paintbrush, black paint, scissors, glue, and sports tape. Watch this video activity tutorial and learn how to make a mummy rod puppet. Make a mummy rod puppet.
Beach Buckets can be boring but host Lisa Bleyaert has the perfect way to spice them up. So grab your favorite bucket and get ready to make the Sounds Fishy Sand Pail! You will need 4 sheets of sticky foam, scissors, precut letters, a black marker, and a beach pail. Watch this video activity tutorial and learn how to decorate a sand pail. Decorate a sand pail.
Learn how to make a monkey sock puppet by hand in this free video series on homemade arts and crafts projects for kids.
Lizards and other reptiles are fascinating to learn about. Learn how to make paper mache lizards from a professional art instructor in this free crafts video series.
Butterflies are beautiful creatures that can teach many lessons about the processes of nature. Learn how to make paper butterfly sun catchers from a professional art instructor in this free crafts video series.
A very simple butterfly for smaller children or a beginning face painter. Check out this tutorial to learn a few pointers and techniques.
This is a quick tutorial on how to paint a quick spiderman on kids.
This amazing modeling material is light and easy to work with. It hardens without cracking and will stay fresh if kept inside of its container. It will also stick well to almost any surface (cardboard, plastic, wire, wood) without glue. A great project to do with your kids!
Barbie is all set to go for her party. With her sparkling dress, she is going to intoxicate everyone. The only thing that would add to this, would be Barbie accessories. So why not make some beautiful headbands for Barbie that would add more grace to her attire. This video is for all who love dressing up their dolls.
This video teaches how to dress up your Barbie doll in the same dress like yours. This tutorial is for kids and all those who are Barbie or in that matter doll fans.