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1. Make Coasters with Tiles
Make a last minute gift - Making coasters from small bathroom tiles can be as involved or as simple as you wish it to be. There is a way to make the same gift for everyone and yet it can be creative and special and just the right gift for each person.
2. Painting Gourds
In most areas of the country, gourds are available for sale in grocery stores or farmers markets during autumn. You can help the children prepare for an ”ART SHOW ” by making gorgeous gourd creations. This makes such a good art/craft activity for school or at home.
3. Huichol Indian Yarn Paintings
Stories and myths in paintings of yarn help them retain their cultural identity.
4. Thanksgiving or Not
Create together and make a fun activity to encourage discussions as you prepare for Thanksgiving. Make this with your kids and then play the game.
5. Make a Gathering Pouch
November is American Indian Heritage Month. Some tribes of Indians used pouches to gather food and other materials needed for their day-to-day lives. Your children can make their own pouches.
6. Make a Leaf Mobile
The leaves turn beautiful colors in the fall. It is fun to take a walk to collect different types and colors of leaves. This is just one fun project to do with the leaves that are collected. A great activity for the classroom or as a family activity.
7. The Egyptians - Crafts from the Past - Book Review
Are you studying Egypt in school right now? This book will help you understand and appreciate the beauty and priceless relics from Egypt. By following the instructions you can make elegant objects based on many different Egyptian artifacts.
8. How to Make Rhythm Band Instruments
When you have a good beat, the music really keeps coming, gets a life, and takes on a flow all its own.
9. 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.
10. Make a Family Tree
National Family Week is celebrated the week of Thanksgiving, but summer is a time when many of us see our relatives. Does your family have a family reunion planned? Try to collect pictures of your relatives.
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