A child in a sombrero shares his dreams with his classmates. And another group of children make dream catchers out of paper plates and colorful yarn and feathers.

Crafts and Activities

Fun arts and crafts activities to teach children (and adults) how to turn dreams into reality. These activities are great for workshops, schools, homeschools, birthday parties and team building.

An emoji rainbow mosaic from our book "Feel Your Feelings". It is a mosaic image of 26 colorful emojis. Each emoji is like a pixel in the rainbow.
Mental Health Tools

Three simple reasons why we need emotions

Some emotions show us what we love, others protect us from harm, and as you can see in the rainbow illustration from our book, all of them put together, like colors on an artist’s palette, paint a beautiful picture of life. I’ll explain these ideas below. And, I have a fun challenge for you that I call “the joy of fear.”

An example of how to make a wish list. A miniature, silver sleigh filled with cards to write your wish on and mail them to Santa.

How to make a wish list

A wish list is a bunch of dreams that you want to come true. Here are three, easy steps for how to make a wish list. And our top 10 wish list items.

Make your own dreamcatchers. Five examples using arts and crafts materials: paper plates, yarn, paint, feathers, beads, stickers, markers.

How to make a dreamcatcher

A fun arts & crafts project for schools, families and friends. Follow the steps to create your own dreamcatcher to capture your dream before it gets away.

A colorful, when-pigs-fly birthday cake with a candle.

Dream-Themed Birthday Party

What better present birthday present can you give than a dream? In fact, studies show that life milestones, like birthdays, rank high on almost everybody’s Bucket List, so why not make it a big one!?

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