Even if trick-or-treating is out this year, you can keep the Halloween spirit alive. These creative alternatives—like a scavenger hunt ending with a candy-filled DIY treasure chest—might even become annual traditions.
Making a Halloween costume from scratch might sound intimidating, but this flying squirrel costume takes just a few hours to put together—and it will keep you warm outside or cozy on your couch. Win-win!
This DIY rug loom is simple enough to build with kids, but provides endless opportunities to get creative.
This DIY school year journal is a great way to record your child's experience during such a unique period in history.
This project uses non-toy contraptions like handles, switches, and locks to create a problem-solving puzzle that will keep toddlers occupied for hours.
Distract squirrels from your bird feeder with this kid-friendly squirrel feeder project—with minimal tools required, it's an easy way to get up close to nature.