It’s a big, wide, wonderful world and here are lots of crafts to help kids understand and appreciate the many cultures.
Bring a little of Tahiti’s waters into kids rooms with this tropical fish
The Olympics start July 27th, September 21st is International Peace
Be cool on hot days at the beach or around
July 1st is Canada Day and in recognition of that
Craft a taste of the Islands with this very fun and
A flower lei has become a symbol of welcome for
Native Americans made dance fans from natural materials to use
Add a pin for a great swap, add a loop
The Dragon Boat Festival is a Chinese tradition dating back
According to Native American legend, the Dream Catcher allows good
Boys and girls in Japan fly fish kites in celebration.
This craft is one of the 24 Jewish Origami projects
Need a craft to use while teaching kids about Tahiti?
This easy printable St. Patty’s Day Hat will be a
Tangram is an ancient Chinese game which uses 7 puzzle
Barbara has done these Japanese Origami dolls with fifth grade.