Here is a list of our favorite kids’ drawing books, targeted towards young kids, and elementary school home-schooled children.
Here is a fun paper craft that isn’t too hard to make. All you have to do is print out our paper template and then paste it together. Then you can just put it in the center of your Thanksgiving dinner table. How to Make Paper Stand-Up Turkey Centerpieces for Thanksgiving Crafts Materials Needed Printer …
This is a craft to make a simple & personal microphone machine that you wear on your back. There are no wires or technology here, it is made simply with a box, hose, funnel, and a few other items. Any boy or girl can make this simple home broadcasting system, through which you can really “broadcast.”
Here is a great craft to make around Springtime. Unfortunately it isn’t Springtime, I just like butterflies. These paper butterflies will add a three-dimensional effect to any display or bulletin board. This is a great classroom or group project as each child can do a butterfly and add it to the board. These butterflies are made out of paper and turn out great as the wings are folded to look as if the butterfly is in flight.
This is a very unique weaving loom craft…and you probably haven’t seen it anywhere else. Here is a craft idea for making weaving looms out of 3 inch long macaroni noodles, string, buttons, and a few other items. Find out how to put this unique loom together…the sooner you start, the sooner you can begin your weaving projects.
It is so much fun to sculpt with clay but without the right techniques and methods, it is all a guessing game. This tutorial will show, with illustrated steps, how to sculpt human heads and bodies, as well as a clay turtle and a clay mouse. You won’t need to guess any more, follow these directions and you will be on your way to a great sculpture in no time.
Soap can be a great first-time sculpting activity as soap is soft enough for small hands to work with. Your child can have fun and be creative without worrying that he might mess up the soap, since soap is cheap enough to replace. Your child will be able to find his or her inner artist and find out about new skills that they didn’t know they even had.
Today we will show you how to make a moving carousel / merry-go-round. You will be able to make this moving toy with some spools, some string, a pencil, and a few cardboard boxes. The motor works by winding string around a spool by spinning the pencil…then it moves on its own. Pretty cool…and you don’t have to use any difficult-to-use materials.
This is an adorable craft for toddlers, Preschoolers, Kindergarteners, and even slightly older children. The bodies of the elephant and lion are created with the child’s hand prints, and they couldn’t come out any cuter. Below you will find the step by step tutorial for making these adorable handprint pictures.