Felt Fox Ornament DIY Template and Tutorial - Lia Griffith
Using the template, this little felt fox ornament is quite simple to assemble. Add it to the top of a holiday gift or hang on the Christmas tree.
Last week I shared with you 21 homemade Christmas presents to make for teachers and I gather you’ve already made them, like me (*cough, cough*). Here is some inspiration for you and th…
I find the interactions between elephants and humans to be fascinating. The studies and stories are uplifting and heartbreaking in turn, and the more we learn about the last trio of holdout specie…
DIY: pinecone owl & hedgehog
I scoured Pinterest for a pinecone owlie project to craft with some 4th grade kidlets this week. I couldn't find exactly what I was loo...
15 Things to Craft & Make Using Newspapers
Use newsprint as a building material for kids and teens to create some awesome crafts & DIY engineering projects!
All About Me Pennant
Girl Scout Brownie Troop First meeting activity. Make a banner to hang in meetings. Revisit at the end of the troop year to see how they have grown.
6 Silly and Simple Cub Scout Skits for Campfires
The sillier, the better when it comes to Cub Scout skits! Find six simple, easy and silly skits your Cub Scouts can perform without much practice.
Yakari color page - cartoon coloring - Coloring pages for kids
Yakari color page. Cartoon characters coloring pages. Coloring pages for kids. Thousands of free printable coloring pages for kids!
Cool Stuff Art Gallery
Cool stuff art gallery, Modern art projects for kids and adults, abstract mid century inspired modern whimsical sculptures, clocks, masks, wall art, Mixed media art by Christine zeller. Mediums, wire, paper,acrylic paint, plaster cloth, wood, paper, clay, Minimalist, abstract art.
Making Wampum and a Wampum Belt
photo of Wampum beads from Wikipedia Wampum are shell beads of Eastern Woodlands tribes. They were white and purple beads made from the quahog, or Western North Atlantic hard-shelled clam. photo source Woven belts of wampum have been created to commemorate treaties, historical events, and for exchange in events such as marriages. photo source In colonial North America, European colonists often used wampum as currency for trading with Native Americans. We made our own Wampum beads for trading…
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