"52 Things I Love About You" Make a table on Microsoft Word, find a cute font, type your 52 things up and print on card stock. I used scrapbooking tape to stick the card stock onto the playing card then laminated the cards and cut them out, ending with punching a hole in each card and tying together with ribbons. *DO NOT mod podge the cards! They will end up sticking together and it'll make a big mess and you won't be able to pull the cards apart--I learned this the hard way
Travel to a galaxy far, far away when you make a Paper Plate UFO Craft. Paper plate crafts for kids can be really cool like this one, which completely transforms the everyday objects. Make a flying saucer like this and you'll be worlds away.
Now, we can’t promise this homemade rocket ship – constructed entirely from household items – meets exact NASA specifications, or is durable enough to survive re-entry into the earth’s atmosphere, but we’re sure it will fire your kids’ imaginations.