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Flag Day - Flag Day Craft: Make an American Flag with dried beans, so easy and fun for kids! Happy Flag Day! (June 14)

Corn Craft. Comes with a template! Using popcorn instead of dried beans.

Looking for a noisemaker that's more musical than your typical preschooler's banging and clanging? Try this quick arts and crafts activity that will produce a homemade paper plate tambourine! It’s easy to make with supplies you probably have on hand, and it makes a great toy. No wonder it’s a classic! What You Need: •2 paper plates •A handful of dried beans •A

Kids sewing project, have them draw a picture then create a pattern and have fun using up your scraps. Family Fun suggests fiberfill, but I think you could also use dried beans, peas or rice and make these into bean bags. (remeber to encase your beans, peas, or rice, otherwise it could leak or be attractive to bugs!

Dried Black Beans and Orange Lentils glued onto a paper plate, center removed, bow added. Simple kid friendly halloween craft wreath. SO CUTE!

"I Spy" bottle: made this one for a 4-year-old cousin. Empty the water bottle the day ahead and so it can dry COMPLETELY. Instead of rice for filler, get a bag of bean-bag filler at the craft store (the beads are round and clear, not rice-y). DO NOT forget to take a pic of the contents, so you have an "answer key" for the hunt!

Looking for a silly treat for Thanksgiving? It's Turkey Poop! Place a handful of Milk Duds-brand candy, chocolate-covered raisins, or brown jelly beans in a small zipper food storage bag or seasonal cellophane gift bag. Label with the Turkey Poop poem

Wheezy the Bean Bag Penguin....made this for Jack & it came out really cute!

Jelly Bean Easter Egg craft

Jelly bean bracelets - fun craft & treat for tea party

Halloween Bean Bags!!!

Fall leaf mosaic craft using dried beans

Crafts | momstown National

pretzel, bean, lentil turkey craft

This is Frankenstein, but I'm sure we could change it to something else if need be. I like the idea of putting the beads/beans in a baggie and the kids lacing the plates closed...