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Here are the top ten articles for the Crafts for Kids Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Celebrate the Moon Festival
August 15 is the traditional time for the August Moon Festival. It a holiday marked by family reunions, moon gazing, and the eating of moon cakes.
2. Collage Game
Children love to spend time experimenting with different textures. Playing the collage game is definitely a way for them to have fun while learning. Make your own dice to add fun to the game.
3. Fireworks Pictures and Shakers
America celebrates their Independence Day on July 4th. Help your children make some cool firework pictures, and some red-white & blue shakers to use in their celebrations. Whether they are marching along in a parade, or watching from the sidelines these shakers can help them show some patriotic
4. Decorate a Memory Box
Provide your child with a box and plenty of decorating supplies. Let them make a special box to collect their memories, or let them make a memory box for someone special in their lives.
5. Safety Rocks
June is National Safety Month so plan some crafts and activities to help reinforce safety and celebrate with some crafting and stories.
6. Felt Star Maps
A fun summer activity is to learn about star gazing. Learn and map the summer constellations such as Hercules, Pegasus, Scorpio, Cygnus, Sagittarius, Cassiopeia, and the Big and Little Dippers.
7. Patriotic Cakes and Firecrackers to craft
Kids love to help with these cakes and they are proud to show off what they “made” or “decorated”.
8. Wesak Crafts
Craft ideas and information on Wesak also called Vesak or Buddha Day.
9. Harry Potter Crafts - Golden Snitch
Here is a craft that every young witch, wizard or muggle can make.
10. Alphabet Party
An alphabet party is the perfect activity to celebrate the end of the school year. Or perhaps you are looking for a fun activity to do with your children during the summer to make sure they haven’t forgotten the alphabet.
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