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.
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
Bring the exciting wild African plains into your school or
You can make this adorable Hippo in the simple version
Kids will enjoy making Noahs Ark and animals as you tell the
What kid wouldn’t want one of these cute and cuddly
Decorate a Hanukkah card or package with these beautiful Eggshell
September 9, 2010 is the beginning of Rosh Hashanah. Apples
Whether you are teaching about the environment or the plagues this
Kids enjoy crafts that help them explore the depths of
Kids can use everyday materials, like tissue paper, markers, glue
Kids like to create crafts with yarn but often don’t
Celebrate Shark Week. Summer crafts for kids are often beach
The FreeKidsCrafts Team has been in the party mood.