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Green Projects for Kids

Our favorite eco-friendly activities and projects by Green Kid Crafts, a craft and activity subscription service for kids.

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Green Projects for Kids

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"Dad Rocks" Paperweight gift

Dress Up Dolls Free Kids Printable - paper dolls! I love these updated versions of a childhood classic.

No-sew tulle dress tutorial for girls and dolls. www.greenkidcraft...

This adorable and simple project is a wonderful gift idea for Grandma! www.greenkidcraft...

“Mom, I’m Bored!” 25 Boredom Buster Crafts - great for school break or an afternoon when kids start complaining. Channel that energy for creative play!

Make a unique DIY gift for someone you love from the entire family! Or on second thought, you might want to keep this one for yourself :) www.greenkidcraft...

How to make a pocket lego case so your kids can stay busy building on the go!

This beautiful tree requires some parent involvement but the results come out beautiful! www.greenkidcraft...

These healthy Melting Olaf cups are sure to be big hit at any celebration and are really easy to make! www.greenkidcraft...

  • Heather Ammon

    That's so dumb, putting plastic eyes in there! As if you'll get kids to stop and remove them! Use candy eyes instead! Duh!

So many fun toys you can make at home from pieces of PVC pipe!

A great boredom buster that keeps the kids entertain throughout the day. www.greenkidcraft...

This DIY tiara has a lot of shimmer, shine and glitter. It would make any princess happy! www.greenkidcraft...

Making your own fairy wings is easy, no sewing required! www.greenkidcraft...

  • K

    If the goal is advertising, getting people to buy a product as it is for their website (they sell craft kits) the prime example has to look good. The key is to draw people in, to get them to want to try to make it for themselves. Like I said, this is from the perspective of professional advertising. Once they buy the magazines and kits? Let the kids do what they want!

  • Katie Gage

    I agree with you, Stacey. If you want it to be more attractive, an option might be for the child to design one wing and use it as a template, which would also be a good symmetry lesson. I think adults need to use their imagination to look at this and say "That's a great idea! I wonder if we could make it better?" That's what creativity is about, and that's what this post is advertising for. If you want to make something perfect, keep shopping.

  • Katie Gage

    I should have said "If you want to make something exactly like the advertising picture with step-by-step directions and etc, keep shopping."

  • Green Kid Crafts: Eco Friendly Creativity and Science Kits

    Thanks so much for the great feedback, everyone. We really appreciate it and agree :)

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You'll be amazed at how easy it is to make this fire breathing dragon craft out of toilet paper rolls! www.greenkidcraft...

Adorable cork crafts that kids can make from recycled materials.

An easy, non-toxic face paint recipe using supplies you likely already have at home! www.greenkidcraft...

What knight wouldn't be proud to carry his own shield? This fun projects makes a great coat-of-arms, too! www.greenkidcraft...

Your mini architects will flip over this fun and incredible construction project. www.greenkidcraft...