Maggy Woodley’s “Red Ted Art” is named after her son, and collects easy and cheap crafts for families.
Start with this 2014 post, “Fairy Tale Crafts and Activities,” which is organized by story (including “The Three Little Pigs” and “Rapunzel”) and follow up using the embedded search engine to find even more ideas (check out this toilet paper roll castle (and people!)).
Follow up with Woodley’s 2013 book, Red Ted Art: Cute and Easy Crafts For Kids.
Mommy blogger Michelle runs “Crafty Morning,” a blog collecting inexpensive recipes, crafts, and activities designed for families.
Start with this post, a tutorial on how to create a frog prince from a recycled egg carton cup, and use the embedded search engine to find other fairy tale crafts (like these stuffed Gingerbread children).
Blogger Amanda’s “Artsy Momma” focuses on hands-on learning for children.
Start with this “Make Believe Map” craft, an imaginative collage project, and use the embedded search engine to find more (like this link roundup of “Fairy Tale Crafts and Activities for Preschoolers”).