Lunch Bag Kites

Send your preschooler’s drawings soaring! Small motor, science and design skills fly with this simple kite. Ages 2 years & up.

Family-mobiles

Make moving memories with your preschooler’s creativity, shapes and color! These easy, twirly sculptures grow social skills, science learning and more. Ages 3 years & up.

Crinkly Crumpled Paper Designs

Scrunch up something special with tissue paper scraps! Plus it’s perfect preschool hand-eye coordination and small motor skill practice! Ages 3 years & up.

Plastic Bottle Space Helmet

Boldly recycle and go where no preschooler has gone before! This DIY costume takes your child’s creativity and small motor skills into orbit. Ages 3 years & up.

Cloth-Clad Treasure Boxes

Upcycle your plastic clamshell containers to hold untold riches! Renewing & gluing with leftover fabric scraps helps your preschooler discover their math and recycling skills, too! Ages 2 years & up.

Wee Boxy Friends

Give your bitty boxes some personality! These DIY toys make recycling and preschool small motor skills practice a good time. Ages 3 years & up.

Indoor Adventure

Housebound? Take action with an inside obstacle course! Your preschooler’s creative thinking and large muscles will work together to tackle this challenging fun. Ages 2 years & up.

Sprouting Scraps

You can grow a garden in winter– with your vegetable scraps! Bringing edible plants back to life nurtures your preschooler’s science learning and divergent thinking too. Ages 2 years & up.

Tissue Paper Jewels

Your preschooler can revel in their own finery and maximize their design thinking with straws, yarn and colorful tissue paper. Ages 3 years & up.

Lost Mitten Puppets

Don’t throw away a single mitten– rescue it! These easy-to-make, recycled puppets will inspire the youngest puppeteer’s small-motor skills and divergent thinking. Ages 2 years & up.