Did you ever feel like you were rummaging around to find your homework school supplies when it was time to do your homework? Well, I have a craft for you today that will fix this problem. In this post I’m going to show you How to Make Homework Caddy Cans. This is a perfect way to keep all your homework school supplies in one place when you are ready to do your homework. You can keep all your school supplies like crayons, pencils and scissors in once place and carry this caddy around where ever you want to do your homework. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.
Earth Day will be here in just a couple of weeks. In honor of Earth Day I thought I would scour the internet looking for cool ideas for Earth Day crafts. All of the crafts that I found and have listed here are made from recycled materials. Earth Day is a special day to celebrate the Earth and to increase awareness and appreciation of the Earth’s natural environment. And, I think making crafts from recycled materials such as the ones found here is a great way to teach children about recycling and the importance of doing that to help save our Earth. So, without further ado….
I have a fun craft for the youngest of crafters. Today I’m going to show you how to make a coffee can drum. What child doesn’t love playing drums? They all love playing the drums. This drum is made from a coffee can, denim and some other materials you probably have at home. Once you have made the drum simply grab a couple of pencils or any wooden sticks and your drums are good to go. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.
Today I will show you how to make a really cool travel board games kit out of magnets, paper and an altoids tin. This is a great travel game board system that you can stick in your pocket to bring to school with you to play on the bus, in the cafeteria, or what ever. You could even bring it in the car with you to play with your sisters and brothers with. Or you can just play solo since there are 2 different solitaire games to play.
This is a fun arts and crafts project to use to scare Trick-or-Treaters when they get to your house. Hide behind a bush or something and pull the string to make a spooky, ghostly chains type of rattle every time a new visitor comes to your house. This can also be used to announce a new guest arrival to a Halloween party or to a Haunted House Party.