There are two kinds of boomerangs, the non-returning which were used for hunting and the returning boomerangs used mostly for … Read More
December 26th marks the beginning of Kwanzaa. Celebrate by having the kids recycle baby food jars into beautiful candle holders.
The fourth Friday in September is Native American Day and the FreeKidsCrafts Team has designed this Paper Bag Native American Vest so … Read More
On May 5th we celebrate Cinco de Mayo. The FreeKidsCrafts Team designed this easy to make and inexpensive Paper Bag Serape … Read More
January 26th is Australia Day. In celebration the FreeKidsCrafts Team has designed this Kangaroo Dot Painting in the style of … Read More
October 11, 2010 our Canadian neighbors celebrate their Thanksgiving. In honor of this celebration the FreeKidsCrafts Team has designed a … Read More
2009 is the Year of the Ox in Chinese lore. The Free Kids Crafts Team has created this bookmark to … Read More
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 … Read More
Celebrate Kwanzaa with your own Beaded Kwanzaa Flag created by the FreeKidsCrafts team.
Grab your beads and have fun with this Beaded Indian Corn from the FreeKidsCrafts Team. Make two or three of … Read More
The FreeKidsCrafts team has created this printable Native American Headress just in time for the Thanksgiving pagent.
Aboriginal Australians made wind instruments from eucalyptus trees hollowed out by termites. Now kids will have fun making their own … Read More