Crafts For Kids

Crafts with paper for Kids
Crafts with paper for Kids
1. 2. Fold the square diagonally in half. 3. Fold the resulting triangle along the middle to come up with a smaller triangle. 4. The most crucial and perhaps the trickiest step in making a paper snowflake is dividing the triangle into three equal sections. The most accurate way to do this is to use a…
Easy Papercraft for Kids
Easy Papercraft for Kids
If your kids are like mine and Kristen’s, they started counting down to Halloween…oh, November 1 of last year. Now that they’re in full Halloween commando mode, I’ve been looking for some easy crafts to distract them from asking me for the hundredth time to just open one of the bags of candy now please…
Paper Kids Crafts
Paper Kids Crafts
Build a mold. Take an old picture frame and staple a screen to it tightly. You can also shape an old wire hanger into a square and slip an old pantyhose to use as a mold. Gather paper ingredients. Look through your recycling bin or around the house for any paper you can reuse. Used coloring pages, envelopes…
Homemade Crafts for Kids
Homemade Crafts for Kids
A friend of mine found an old book at a garage sale that had a recipe in it for homemade Silly Putty. The ingredients are deceptively simple (just equal amounts of white glue and liquid starch, with a bit of food coloring to jazz it up), but the reality is a little more tricky. After a couple of botched…
Unique Crafts for Kids
Unique Crafts for Kids
Kids love being creative, and kids love crafts. Are you running out of ideas of project for kids? Consider these unique and fun crafts designed to engage your children. We’ve supplied the ideas—you just provide the encouragement. A quick, inexpensive trip to your local hardware store is all the preparation…
Crafts For Kids Using paper
Crafts For Kids Using paper
Kids craft with all kinds of paper; construction paper, copy paper, recycled paper….you’ll find ideas to work with it all here. These Tiki Placemats will get the kids in a vacation Nine year old Amelie is from West Valley City, Utah Combine several different green patterns of cardstock to create a Don’t…
Simple Crafts Kids
Simple Crafts Kids
Our modern take on the classic pasta craft is bright, bold, and colorfast. Getting Started: First dye the pasta. For each color, pour 5 tablespoons of rubbing alcohol into a ziplock bag. (You can substitute distilled white vinegar for the rubbing alcohol, but the pasta will become a bit more brittle.)…