On Mom365, I'm sharing fun indoor projects for toddlers and preschoolers and a photo album project that builds skills and confidence for babies.

Getting kids involved in at-home photo projects

If you’re finding yourself at a loss as to what to do with your kids for a few more chilly afternoons, here are some ideas for at home photo projects that involve photos or make for great photo ops. What’s more, they are a lot of fun and make great memories.

1) Photo storybook or collage

When Liam was in pre-K he had an assignment to make a collage of all his favorite things. We printed recent family photos and then we collected photos of other favorite things on Pinterest to create this collage.

Kids love seeing photos of themselves and talking about what was going on when the photos were taken, some of which they might remember and some of which might be guesses, depending on their age.

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Photo projects to build your baby's confidence

For babies and toddlers who are not quite ready to do their own art projects, Pinhole Press has great products to help you use your photos to build your baby’s confidence.

Mini book of names and faces

Pick out your favorite photos of the most important people in baby’s life and create a beautiful customized book to build skills, like talking and recognition, in a fun and meaningful way.

You will be strengthening your child’s sense of relationships and belonging while also creating a beautiful keepsake for the future.

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