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Naturally Educational Crafts and Activities for Kids

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Cardboard tube Halloween monsters allow plenty of room for creativity!

Halloween Cardboard Tube Monster Craft

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Papel Picado for Cinco de Mayo kids' craft.

DIY Easter Bonnet Craft for Kids

Cardboard tube daffodil craft for kids to welcome spring!

Daffodil Craft | Naturally Educational

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How to make a spring flower fairy--kids craft.

How to Make a Flower Fairy

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Forsythia tissue paper and twig craft for kids.

Cherry Blossom bottle stamp craft.

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14 Children’s Books to Welcome Spring

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Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat snack.

A Seusstastic Snack

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Beaded shamrock ornament for St. Patrick's Day.

Shamrock cardboard tube craft for St. Patrick's Day.

Leprechaun craft for St. Patrick's Day.

Leprechaun St. Patrick’s Day Craft

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Pot of gold rainbow craft.

Pot of Gold St. Patrick’s Day Craft

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Rainbow pasta sun catcher craft

Chart March weather and make a weather graph to find out if March really comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.

March Weather Bar Graph

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Picture books about maple sugaring and making maple syrup.

Picture Books about Maple Sugaring and Syrup

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Making Cave Art with kids to learn about the stone age.

Cave Painting with Kids – Prehistoric Art

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Round Folding Fan Chinese New Year

A Fan of Chinese New Year

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Make a kid almanac and print a masthead...like Ben Franklin! Plus, math, science, and values education connections. #visitphilly

Make an Almanac with Ben Franklin and Then Visit Philly

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