We have gathered Religious crafts from a variety of beliefs to use with the kids to help them celebrate their culture and also to learn about other religions.
April 25 is Anzac Day. Help the kids learn more
Here’s a fun family project just in time for Purim
Here’s a great project for Sunday School or Vacation Bible
Design a paper quilt that looks like a cathedral window.
Tissue paper’s brilliant colors are perfect for Hanukkah decorations. Think
This lovely card made with bubble wrap would be perfect
According to legends in Hindu Mythology, demons and gods were
There are two kinds of boomerangs, the non-returning which were
Giraffes are a funny and gangly wild animal that intrigues
Take those old bits of green crayons and recycle them into
Make these great bead projects to hang from your backpack
What a great way to make learning about God’s love
Ichthus, illustrated in the picture, is the Greek word for fish and
Origami can be complex or simple. We’ve tried to keep
Origami crafts have been a favorite craft activity for generations.
The noise maker or grogger is a classic Purim prop