Our Kwanzaa Word Search will help in the discussion of Kwanzaa with kids who celebrate and also stimulate discussions with others who want to know and understand the holiday.
Recycled Cardboard Tube Bear Totem Pole Craft
Make this interesting Totem Pole craft as you study the North American indigenous tribes. Learning about our Native American people and recycling helps us to understand our earth and the … Read More
Ganesg Chaturthi the Hindu festival is celebrated on September 9th. This fun Lentil Gensha craft made with glue and lentils is an easy project for the whole family to enjoy.
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.
Canadian Maple Leaf Kerigami
July 1st is Canada Day so we’ve created a pattern for an easy Kerigami Canadian Maple Leaf to help you celebrate.
Learn more about the history and culture of Australia as you make the Sydney Opera House from paper plates with the kids.
Teri P from MakingFriends.com created this fun marionette for St. Patrick’s Day. Have fun making one and then watching him dance the Jig.
This game is also known as the “count and capture” game. Mancala games encourage kids to conduct thought experiments, counting tokens and comparing tactics in their heads before they move a … Read More
Hawaiian Snowflake Designs
We thought you might like to try something new this Christmas. How about a Hawaiian snowflake? These designs were used as quilt patterns, but are perfect as package decorations, window … Read More
Here’s a craft that teaches the kids how to weave and also serves as a teaching tool for understanding and appreciating the diversity of others around them.
Create your own exotic fish and dream of snorkeling in the seas surrounding a tropical island.
Samauri Paper Plate Helmet
Make this Samurai Paper Plate Helmet as a teaching tool for understanding Japanese history or as part of a costume. Samurai helmets come from Japan. In Japanese history the helmets, … Read More
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
April 25 is Anzac Day. Help the kids learn more about the culture and history of our Australian neighbors while making this Wooly Sheep craft. Trivia: Australia is the leading … Read More
Get into the spirit of Cinco De Mayo by making your own Sombrero.
When you are setting up your barnyard, don’t forget the sheep. These fuzzy creatures are fun to make and play with.