Celebrating Hispanic Heritage ( Homeschool)

We studied the flags, the culture, the cuisine, and the crafts of Mexico. Hispanic Heritage Month runs from September 15-October 15. We were fortunate to pick up some crafts from our local library.


See pictures below~

Mexican music craft
Spanish flower craft

We also learned the Spanish words for red, blue, yellow, white, and green.





Autumn Crafts For Kids(Homeschool Share)

Autumn Leaf Crafts for Kids to Make

The great part about creating these fall leaf crafts is that they’re all so easy and cute! Who knew putting googly eyes on leaves can cause such happiness?! 


Fall Crafting, For Adults And Kids

This creative, fruitful season is a wonderful pretext for getting your crafty side out and beginning the long prolonged projects you were dyeing to try out. And because crafting together with family is always a more fun activity, we have gathered a few simple DIY fall crafts suitable for kids as well. Enjoy!



Recycled Craft

Leftover-Paint Projects | Martha Stewart

Frame Display

Entryway Shelf with Coat Rack DIY

DIY Entryway Shelf and Coat Rack (happygoluckyblog.com)


Garden Craft~Sundial

Sundials are classic garden ornaments, but they’re more than just decorative items — they’re useful and educational, too. Building your own garden sundial is a fun family project for a summer weekend, and it’s a great way for kids to learn firsthand how the position of the sun changes from hour to hour and season to season. 


How to Make a Garden Sundial | how-tos | DIY (diynetwork.com)

Garden Craft

Make molded concrete planters.

Make molded concrete planters.

Remember the concrete block raised garden from earlier?  Here is another similar idea, only this time, you are starting from scratch!  That’s right, no concrete blocks, just concrete.  This is an immensely cool and creative project where you create concrete planters from scratch using plastic containers as molds.  The finished results look just awesome!  I actually love the fact that they’re a little rough around the edges.  They look almost like something you’d find at an archaeological dig a thousand years in the future.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit: Radmegan