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.
Paper Bag Native American Vest
The fourth Friday in September is Native American Day and the FreeKidsCrafts Team has designed this Paper Bag Native American Vest so everyone can have fun learning more about Native Americans. Trivia: … Read More
On May 5th we celebrate Cinco de Mayo. The FreeKidsCrafts Team designed this easy to make and inexpensive Paper Bag Serape so everyone can be dressed for the occasion.
Australian Kangaroo Dot Painting
January 26th is Australia Day. In celebration the FreeKidsCrafts Team has designed this Kangaroo Dot Painting in the style of the Aboriginal peoples. Use our pattern or design one of … Read More
What a great way to celebrate Kwanzaa. Create a banner to express the meaning of Kwanzaa.
Get into the spirit of Kwanzaa with this fun and easy to make Lion Mask.
Canadian Thanksgiving Mobile
October 11, 2010 our Canadian neighbors celebrate their Thanksgiving. In honor of this celebration the FreeKidsCrafts Team has designed a Thanksgiving Mobile just for them. You might also enjoy making … Read More
Let these cute fuzzy Polar Bears from the FreeKidsCrafts Team take you on an adventure through the frozen north. You might like to read the following books about Polar Bears: … Read More
Egg Carton Igloo and Polar Bear Pal
Our latest contest winner is Rodney and Jennifer from Milford, Indiana. This adorable Polar Bear peeks out of its igloo made from recycled egg cartons.
This craft requires some adult participation but will be a great leaning tool to introduce children to other cultures.
Leis or flower garlands are traditional tokens of welcome given to visitors and friends in the Polynesian islands. They’re also used to accent a hula dancer’s costume in the form … Read More
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.
You’ll find your pot-o-gold flying in the breeze with this fun and easy Pot-O-Gold Windsock from the Free Kids Crafts Team.