Tag: crafts

Leaf Identification Week

Author: Erin Lempkowski October 10, 2021 In Blog Comments (0)
Clay tiles with colorful leaves embedded
This week we continue with October’s tree theme by learning about leaves. From leaf identification to leaf structure, we’ve got it covered. It’s a craft, it’s educational, it’s beautiful… try this project with your students and  create leaf identification tiles. […]
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Trees and Fall Leaves, Oh My!

Author: Erin Lempkowski October 3, 2021 In Blog Comments (0)
Now that the new school year is underway, we are bringing back our monthly themed content on the blog! October’s content is focused on TREES of course. This week, we have some fabulous projects and a recipe related to fall […]
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Paper Crafts

Author: Erin Lempkowski May 30, 2021 In Blog Comments (0)
Let’s finish off this month’s batch of craft projects with some whimsical paper crafts! Paper Plate Dragons If you have a dragon lover at home, then you’ll love this craft. There is even a template to make sure your dragons […]
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Earth Friendly Crafting

Author: Erin Lempkowski May 24, 2021 In Blog Comments (0)
From upcycling wine corks as paintbrushes, turning water bottles into art, and making your own eco-friendly paint, this week’s crafts are all creative ways to have some non-toxic crafting fun with items that might otherwise end up in a landfill. […]
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Fabric Crafts

Author: Erin Lempkowski May 16, 2021 In Blog Comments (0)
https://www.mykidstime.com/things-to-do/fabric-scrap-crafts-for-kids/
Create something special from various textures and colors of fabric with these textile-based crafts. Homemade Paper Dolls Make a set of Homemade Paper Dolls out of a cereal box, fabric scraps, buttons and ribbons. They’re fun for preschoolers to decorate […]
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Practical Crafting

Author: Erin Lempkowski May 10, 2021 In Blog Comments (1)
This week, let’s all make things we can use.  Popsicle Stick Coasters Super useful, super easy, these Popsicle Stick Coasters are both cute and practical. Cardboard Beads All you need to make your own beads is some corrugated paper. Don’t […]
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Crafty May

Author: Erin Lempkowski May 8, 2021 In Blog Comments (1)
May is time to get crafty with Kaleidoscope! Let’s have some fun with paint-themed crafts. Story Stones Story stones can be used in a variety of ways to spark imagination–as storytelling prompts, sorting games, creative play, or anything your kids […]
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