These adorable file folders can be used for many word review games. They are inexpensive and easy to make.
You can find directions and printable patterns for this learning activity on the Reading, Writing, and Spelling Crafts and Activities Page
Made from paper lunch bags and recycled newspapers or plastic grocery bags children will love creating their own plump turkey decoration for Thanksgiving.
Go to the Thanksgiving Crafts Page 2 for directions and patterns.
Made from paper cups and card stock these snowflakes have a nice 3D effect. Children glue on paper strips to make different designs.
These are great for winter bulletin board displays. For directions go to the Snowflake Craft Page.
Use this little robot to encouage children to recycle their paper scraps. When they place a piece of paper into the bag they move the pointer on the dial towards green.
You can find directions and printable patterns on the Robot Craft Page for Children.
This activity is great for both children who are scientific and visually minded. It is best for children ten and over, but younger children will enjoy making the car with an adult's help.
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Make robots out of paper tubes, plastic eggs or acorn capsules, aluminum tape, and electronic parts.
Children of all ages, especially boys, will love making these adorable robots. Place candy in them and use them as party favors. Go to the new Robot Crafts Page for directions.