Did you know marshmallows can be used for painting? Try out this craft that’s as simple as A, Bee, C!

What You’ll Need: Yellow paint Paper bowl Paper plate Paint palette Black Sharpie Instructions: Pour a small amount of yellow paint on a palette or a paper plate or bowl. Dip the...Read more

Who says you need to use paint brushes to make a masterpiece? Kids will have fun experimenting with the different designs they can make using cotton balls as their “brushes.”

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There is a lot more to this art activity than just swapping out your paint brushes for cotton swabs!

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We can’t always go to the beach, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still play in the sand. DIY Moon Sand lets you bring the sand fun indoors!

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This craft project is a great way to help kids create beautiful, colorful artwork in a free-style, creative format.

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Here’s a fun twist on the traditional game of hide and seek.

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Board-certified music therapists at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital celebrate music with our little victors and families every day. One common instrument they use to make music is a maraca. A maraca is fun, easy to hold and when you shake it, it makes music!

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Butterflies are an important part of the healing experience here at Mott Children’s Hospital. These balancing butterfly crafts are a fun way to be creative, with the added bonus of a magical floating butterfly effect!

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These nature wind chimes will really add something fun and colorful to the outside of your home.

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Try this fun DIY craft with your kids before the opening ceremonies so you can play along when the torch is brought into the stadium!

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Finger painting can be a great sensory experience for young children, but if you haven’t tried it yourself for a while you may be surprised to remember how fun it is for ‘kids’ of all ages!

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Make some noise! This DIY harmonica activity is so fun, even the grown-ups are going to be tempted to jam.

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Try out your artistic side and learn about symmetry at the same time with these self-portrait art activities.

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Playing with chalk on a beautiful day outside is fun, but have you ever played with foam paint? Summer fun is getting kicked up a notch. Did we mention it’s even fun to clean up afterwards?

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This activity may just be the only time you encourage your young child to “spray paint!”

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It’s no surprise to most parents - kids instinctively love music. They may start by tapping things or banging on things – but one way or another they’ll look for ways to join into the music making process.

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This simple activity will help you be mindful of the memories you’re making all summer, and set you up for a great opportunity to reflect on all your summer adventures before the kids go back to school.

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You can still make cool art without a paintbrush and canvas. Tie-dye butterflies are sure to brighten up any gloomy days this summer.

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These watermelon pinwheels are the perfect way to kick off the warm months. They look so real that you might have trouble convincing your little one they’re actually paper!

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