This year, experiment with a material called bleeding tissue paper to dye your eggs. The color transfers to other surfaces (like egg shells), leaving an interesting “tie-dyed” impression.
Scrap paper transforms into beautiful, eco-friendly greeting cards that sprout wildflowers when planted. This project teaches basic paper-making skills while also offering a hands-on gardening experience.
Every beginning bird watcher needs two things: binoculars and a field guide. Invest in a child-size set of binoculars for older children, while younger bird watchers will be content to make their own "binoculars."
Make a sun catcher for your window to coax the sun’s rays inside.
Turn tissue paper you already have lying around the house into giant paper flowers. Allergy-free!
The symbol of St. Paddy's Day is officially known as the oxalis plant. So start your St. Paddy's Day planning with some homegrown fun.
Create slithering serpentine friends from materials you have around your house.