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.
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.
This Macaroni Lion is an easy craft for kids. The
Kids will have a lot of fun crafting this friendly Balloon Octopus.
Sail the High Seas and watch out for the Pirates
Show the kids how to make this covered wagon craft and let
Get ready for Columbus Day and what could inspire kids imaginations
The FreeKidsCrafts Team is having fun creating their own zoo
The FreeKidsCrafts Team has been monkeying around with paper plates
Take an imaginary trip into the wilds of Africa or India
This hippity hoppity Pom Pom Frog designed by the FreeKidsCrafts