Heart Sewing Cards for Preschoolers

Sewing Card Activity for Valentine's Day | TinkerLab.com

It's always fun to add a seasonal twist to the activities we do with children, and these sewing cards for preschoolers can be easily adapted to any holiday, interest, or season. Valentine's Day is right around the corner so we stitched a heart shape, but consider a shamrock for St. Patrick's Day, pine tree for Christmas, or a fish in the middle of summer. Note: This … [Read more...]

How to cut a heart out of paper

How to cut a heart out of paper | TinkerLab.com

This may be obvious to some of you, but given what people search for this time of year, I know there are many of you who want to know how to cut a heart out of paper.  The other day my three-year old and I were making a gazillion Valentine's cards and I snapped a few photos of our heart-cutting process. She's at that age where she gets a thrill from practicing her cutting … [Read more...]

Creative Table: Valentine’s Day Cards

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With Valentine's Day right around the corner, this Creative Table invites children to make Valentine's Day Cards that are sure to delight not only the children in your home. One of our favorite ways to engage children at the art table is by setting up invitations to create. Toward this end, we started the Creative Table series as a way to capture easy set-ups and … [Read more...]

How to Make Felt Ornaments with Kids

How to sew felt ornaments with kids | Tinkerlab

I made these sweet ornaments with my three-year old and five-year old. Our original plan was to hot glue them together, but when our hot glue gun went missing we took the opportunity to turn this into a sewing party. My preschooler surprised me and rose to the sewing challenge (I'll share a photo of that in a moment), while my kindergartener was able to thread her own needle … [Read more...]