Tangram is an ancient Chinese game which uses 7 puzzle pieces to make all kinds of pictures you can think of. It’s a great way to learn geometry and improve … Read More
This pretty Japanese Hair Comb is easier to make than it looks at first glance. We’ve provided pictures to make the directions easy to understand and the finished product is … Read More
Have the kids create this Dragon Mask in celebration of Chinese New Year. You can have your own parade and the kids can use their masks as part of the … Read More
Nine year old Amelie is from West Valley City, Utah and submitted this Origami Doggie Family to our craft contest. She loves to create and spends a lot of her … Read More
This Diwali Craft was contributed by Kajal who wanted to decorate the house with a homemade craft. She says “I am Kajal, mother of a 7 year old boy Himank, who … Read More
This Kimono Costume From A Tablecloth is an inexpensive option for Halloween or Thinking Day or playtime. Plastic tablecloths can be found in Dollar Stores, party stores or just about … Read More
You won’t believe how easy it is to make your own beautiful Japanese Carp Kite using these simple directions. Boys and girls in Japan fly fish kites in celebration of many … Read More
Have the kids make a Chinese Lantern Mobile to set the scene for their own Chinese New Year celebrations. 2014 is the year of the horse so have the kids make the … Read More
Have the kids make Chinese Character Cards to send inspiring messages to friends and family for Chinese New Year. They can be used any day and don’t have to be for … Read More
Celebrate the Chinese New Year with your own handmade Dragon Mask. Chinese people dance as drogons and lion in hopes of bringing prosperity to their crops and businesses.
Mandalas come to us from southeast Asia. The word “mandala” originates in Hindu and Buddhist practice, in which the mandala is a symbolic expression of cosmology and serves as a … Read More
This is a fun craft whether you are putting together costumes for a play, studying the Chinese culture or working on a Halloween Costume.
2009 is the Year of the Ox in Chinese lore. The Free Kids Crafts Team has created this bookmark to help celebrate the 2009 Chinese New Year.
Watch the Olympics with your own easy to make Asian hat.