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1. Organize Craft Supplies
Crafting can be an enjoyable event if you keep the supplies organized. If you can put your fingers on the items when you want them then the crafting experience will be much more likely to happen – and be much more fun!
2. 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”.
3. Car Tracks - art project
This is a great project for anyone, but especially good for a child who isn’t quite sure they even want to do art. Driving toy cars through paint and then across large pieces of paper is great fun! And beautiful!
4. 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 in a parade, or watching from the side these shakers can help them show some patriotic pride!
5. Grow a Rainbow in your Garden
A spring gardening opportunity with your children as you enjoy the colors of the rainbow. We love to see it rain because we know that we will see a rainbow after as the rain is gone. There is something magical about gardening. Children have the opportunity to witness a miracle.
6. 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?
7. Crafts for Canada Day – July 1st
In Canada they sometimes refer to Canada Day as “Canada’s Birthday”, but long ago it was called Dominion Day.
8. Crafts for Flag Day on June 14
The citizens of the United States are very proud of their beautiful red, white and blue flag, referred to as "the Stars and Stripes".
9. What is Victoria Day?
In Canada, on the Monday before May 25th each year there is a celebration. This holiday is to celebrate the birthday of Queen Victoria who was born on May 24, 1819.
10. 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.
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