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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. Christmas Chains
Christmas Day is December 25th. Many children are very excited for this celebration and yet they need to have a way to see the days passing so they are not continually asking - How many days to Christmas?
2. 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.
3. Postcards from Hawaii
The third Friday in August is Admission Day in Hawaii. It celebrates Hawaii’s admission to the Union on August 21st, 1959. Make some postcards to celebrate and learn about Hawaii.
4. 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.
5. Make a Family Tree Mobile
Enjoy the season when you gather together for a big family dinner and take lots of pictures. Then...Make a leaf mobile with family pictures to celebrate your wonderful family.
6. 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.
7. Make a Travel Dream Box
If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be? Once you decide you can put together a travel dream box.
8. 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.
9. 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.
10. 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.
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