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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. Wesak Crafts
Craft ideas and information on Wesak also called Vesak or Buddha Day.
2. Turkey Crafts for Thanksgiving Decorating
Here are some simple ways to make some turkeys to decorate for Thanksgiving.
3. Pot of Gold
Here are directions for making gold coins and a pot to put them in. This is a great St. Patrick’s day craft.
4. Make your own Hardcover Book
There are several ways to make your own book, here is a more challenging method to create a professional looking hardback bound book. If you have a young author here is a project to help them create a hard cover book for their stories.
5. Salt Dough Clay Recipe
Salt dough clay is a wonderful basic recipe to have in your craft repertoire. The ingredients are almost always on hand and it takes just a few minutes to whip up a batch of dough.
6. Dinosaur Fizzy Eggs and Soap Crafts
Here are two fun craft projects involving dinosaurs. One you can make and drop into water to create an eruption to reveal a dinosaur. The other is making a bar of soap with a dinosaur inside.
7. Collection Containers for a Good Cause
Use these basic directions to transform a baby formula container into a collection tin for a good cause. The most difficult step is choosing who you will collect donations for.
8. Rain Stick Craft
Whether they are made as a fun cultural activity or just for a rainy day diversion, rain sticks are a unique craft project. After all, unlike a painting, rain sticks can be played with long after the crafting is complete!
9. Pioneer Day Crafts
Every year Pioneer Day is celebrated on the 24th of July. Here is a very simple craft that kids can make to celebrate Pioneer Day.
10. Rosh Hashanah Crafts
Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year. It is celebrated the first and second day of Tishri, which is the seventh month of the Jewish calendar. Here are some crafts for this holiday.
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