Give your child a chance to embrace his artistic side. Try these great arts and crafts ideas: Whether it's learning a new handcraft like crochet or getting messy with paints, your creative kid will love exploring the many ways to express himself.
Your kids will adore twisting and bending brightly colored chenille stems into these fun and easy craft projects.
You'll have a ball this summer when you spend an afternoon creating these simple yarn crafts with your kids.
Parents magazine worked with charities across the country to create projects that help kids and animals in need, all while teaching your own children the spirit of giving.
Looking for a creative craft idea? Show your good taste with painted pasta.
Calling all cottontails! Get a jump on Easter fun with these adorable crafts, treats, and egg-decorating ideas.
Make wow-worthy Easter eggs this year with our clever (and easy!) dying techniques.
With all of the amazing photo apps available, there's simply no excuse not to be snapping away at your kid multiple times a day. The only hitch is deciding which apps are the best, and easiest, to use. Download any of these 10 mom-approved photo apps for your iPhone, iPad, or Android device to instantly feel like a professional photographer.
Fun indoor and outdoor activities for stretching out summer.
Homemade toys, as seen on the American Baby TV Show.
Kids can craft this dragon puppet from recycled carboard paper towel and toilet paper tubes.
Instructions for making a dove Christmas ornament using felt.
Instructions for making a Christmas tree ornament using miniatures.
During the summer months, these activities blend science with art, keeping summer brains sharp. From using the sun to tell time to observing its powerful heat, your child will learn about the sun through these exciting activities. Note: Always offer adult assistance when using a hot-glue gun and a cheese grater.
Don't let cold weather stop you from having some creative, crafty fun! Check out these fun, easy activities kids will love.
Turn everyday craft materials -- drinking straws, pipe cleaners, and beads -- into these adorable bendy buddies.
Family photos live on for decades, so you want to make sure your crew looks dressed to impressed. Here are some tips to get your group camera-ready.
With just a few simple steps, you can help your kids transform their favorite artwork into sweet keepsake presents that relatives, teachers, and friends will absolutely love.
Pressed for time? Grab some rolls of washi tape for the easiest decorations ever.
Use this handy index to find links to printable templates as featured in FamilyFun publications.
Help your kiddos make their own brooches, rings, and necklaces from wood, fabric, and other household materials. No precious gems required!
Turn colorful pipe cleaners into small, fuzzy forest and jungle animals.
With this tote made from a mesh produce bag, kids can collect nature finds while letting sand and dirt filter away.
Sort office supplies in style with this neat desk organizer.
Learn how to make a heavenly angel Christmas ornament.