Use this Paper Parol Star to encourage kids to learn more through crafts originating in other countries. The most popular symbol of Christmas in the Phillipines is the Parol. It … Read More
Thanksgiving Turkey Napkin Holder
Our Canadian friends celebrate Thanksgiving in October so we’re bringing you a Thanksgiving Turkey Napkin Holder to make your children’s Thanksgiving table festive.
We’ve been checking out the Dollar Store for craft supplies again and the FreeKidsCraft team came up with these fun Wooden Spoon Puppets after our shopping trip. The kids can … Read More
Hand weave a Patriotic Headband to show your colors for the USA in the Olympic games or for any of our many patriotic holidays. Other countries can adapt colors to match … Read More
Here are four Easy Braided Bookmarks using techniques that teens can use to make personal bookmarks for themselves and their friends. They also make great camp crafts.
This Dads Desk Organizer is something he can use every day and remember how much you appreciate him. This project is also another opportunity to recycle some of those jars that … Read More
Cup Weaving came from our newest contest winner Jasmine from Chicago, Illinois. Here are the comments from her teacher: “I am an elementary art teacher. I teach k-7th grade in … Read More
Food Coloring Butterflies
See what beautiful one of a kind creations each child can make of these Food Coloring Butterflies. Be forewarned; this leaves behind colored fingers and smocks are strongly recommended.
Who can resist this cute little baby chick yarn bug? It’s part of the yarn bug collection that everyone loves. Yarn bugs can be used for so many things like … Read More
Bead Mosaic for Mardi Gras
Make this Bead Mosaic for Mardi Gras with colorful strands of beads thrown by admiring on-lookers or more likely purchased at the dollar store. Each mosaic will be unique as … Read More
Add these Dinosaur Coloring Pages to your science lessons or print them out for your pack meetings. It is a project that will appeal to both boys and girls.