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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. Make a Pencil Pouch
Whether you go to school, or school at home it is always nice to have a new pencil pouch. Now you can make one that expresses your own individuality.
2. Decorating with Hearts
Children love to decorate and prepare for Valentine’s Day. Whether you are a mom or a grandma, a teacher or teach your children at home it’s time to start thinking about crafting some Valentine’s Day decorations.
3. Stuffed Hearts and Valentine Boxes
Valentine’s Day is February 14th. Make some sparkly stuffed hearts to decorate your room or to give to someone special.
4. Make a Healthy Journal
“What does it mean to be healthy? February is “National Hearth Month: so it’s a good time to think about health and how to keep healthy by the things we do.
5. Flower Pot of Pens
Do the pens at your house disappear? Make a flower pot of pens for your mother or teacher and you can give them a gift that they will be proud to display and eager to use.
6. Australia Day Crafts
Australians have a national holiday called Australia Day every January 26th to remember their origins and celebrate their achievements.
7. Welcome to the Kids Crafts Newsletter
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8. Make Fuzzy and Ugly Monsters
You can make a monster out of a fast-food sandwich container and dryer lint. Because he is a little fuzzy and a little bit ugly you can call him the Fuzzug Monster. With his very BIG mouth he just might want to gobble up your little brothers.
9. Color Walk
Take a color walk with your children and let them find things in the neighborhood that are different colors.
10. Pumpkin Piñata
Halloween is celebrated on October 31st. A fun and messy project is to help your child make a pumpkin piñata. It is definitely a messy project – but so much fun!
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