January 23, 2012 is Chinese New Year and this year is the Year of the Dragon. What could be more fun than creating your own dragon to celebrate.
This is a simple project that can be used to teach the littlest crafters the seven principles of Kwanzaa.
Punched paper dots are the paint for this original bolo tie. Learn some of the Aboriginal symbols such as concentric circles for campsites or waterholes: straight lines for routes between … Read More
Here is an easy card for kids that reinforces the spirit of Kwanzaa.
Indian Headband Napkin Holder
These Indian headband napkin rings are wonderful Thanksgiving crafts for children to make. Perfect for a school project, or to make at home and add the perfect touch to your … 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.
Native American Dance Fan
September 24th is Native American Day. Learn more about our Native American tribes and their customs. You can get started with making this Native American Dance Fan.
Highland Cows look a little different from the cows we are used to seeing in the USA. One of our Scottish friends was kind enough to send us this craft … Read More
There are two kinds of boomerangs, the non-returning which were used for hunting and the returning boomerangs used mostly for sport. They are often decorated with designs important to the … Read More
Kids can create a family of wood worry dolls with heavy braid and a matching box for their home. Worry dolls are traditionally made in Guatemala are thought to soothe your fears … Read More
Make this pretty Faceted Shamrock Pin to show that on March 17th you too are Irish.
Lucky Chinese Red Envelope
Chinese red envelopes are commonly given out during the Chinese New Year, weddings, and birthdays and are considered to be very auspicious gifts. Red symbolizes fire and fire is thought … Read More
December 26th marks the beginning of Kwanzaa. Celebrate by having the kids recycle baby food jars into beautiful candle holders.
Make your Thanksgiving deorations complete with this Cardboard Tube Native American Family. Take the opportunity to learn about the Native Americans in your area.
Kids can use everyday materials, like tissue paper, markers, glue and a hole punch, to create this fun fish-shaped kite. Great craft for Children’s Day in Japan.
July 1st is Canada Day and the FreeKidsCrafts team has designed this Paper Bag Moose for lots of fun hours of crafting and puppet play for kids. Click on the … Read More