Wine Goblets from Recycled Plastic
As you begin Passover, the kids will enjoy making these Wine Glasses from Recycled Plastic. This craft will also help keep the Earth’s landfills from one more piece of plastic … Read More
The kids can help you Make An Eagle Costume for Purim or Halloween or Save the Eagle’s Day. Family projects are a great way to bond with the kids. Be … Read More
Hanukkah Dreidel Pop Up Card
Hanukkah is a wonderful opportunity for kids to share their culture with those interested in the Jewish culture and traditions. Have the kids make these fun pop up cards as … Read More
Printable Rosh Hashanah New Year Coloring Card
Rosh Hashanah begins on September 4, 2013 and the FreeKidsCrafts team created this special coloring card to help our Jewish friends celebrate their New Year.
This beautiful Hanukkah Card was made with special punches, but you can also use it as a reference and a starting point to create your own unique handcut card.
You can use these apple boxes to hold treats or even a small gift especially for your favorite teacher. Adjust their height depending on what you’ll place inside. A perfect … Read More
Here’s a fun family project just in time for Purim while you recycle items that would otherwise in up in the landfill.
Hanukkah Tissue Paper Cut Outs
Tissue paper’s brilliant colors are perfect for Hanukkah decorations. Think light….bright, happy…..and my friends, the idea that Hanukkah is a blue and silver holiday is a commercial fabrication, so please … Read More
This lovely card made with bubble wrap would be perfect for all kinds of occasions. September 29, 2011 is the beginning of Rosh Hashanna and this would be a wonderful … Read More
Decorate a Hanukkah card or package with these beautiful Eggshell Decorations.
September 9, 2010 is the beginning of Rosh Hashanah. Apples are an important part of the tradition of the Jewish New Year. Use this craft to celebrate your holiday or … Read More
Whether you are teaching about the environment or the plagues this delightful Craft stick Frog will keep the kids interested in what you have to say.
March 30, 2010 is Passover. In honor of this observation, the FreeKidsCrafts Team has created an Elijah Cup and decorated it with bits and pieces of craft materials left over … Read More
Whether you are dressing up for Purim, Halloween or just everyday playtime use lace and a touch of gold paint to create a regal “gilded” crown
This Hanukkah frame is such a quick project to put together, and will make a great gift for someone special.
A shofar is a wind instrument made from an animal horn and is sounded traditionally at Jewish religious services on the high holidays.