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Summer's almost over, but the crafts don't have to be! 50 Sensational Summer Crafts for Kids

50 Sensational Summer Crafts for Kids

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Kids craft: rockets that actually "launch" when you blow through the straw! Cool! #kids #craft #summer Skiptomylou.org

Rocket Straws By A Little Tipsy | Skip To My Lou

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Sidewalk Chalk Paints

Homemade sidewalk chalk

Homemade pavement chalk | Mini-eco

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Homemade Sidewalk Chalk in a muffin tin! I agree that a flexible silicon tin would be easier to pop them out.

Homemade sidewalk chalk

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Best Ever Scented Playdough | Childhood101. Click through to the post to see the magic ingredient that smells so good!

Best Ever Scented Playdough | Childhood101

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Easel out of craft sticks, clothespins and black construction paper. Could be picture frame too.

Popsicle stick picture frame-We made these in my mom's group. We used scrap paper to decorate the frame, along with some embellishments, and attached a magnet to the back. Very cute and easy!

Popsicle stick frames using washi tape. These would be fun for the kids to make for their grandparents for Christmas!

Popsicle picture frames, by Lynn Rubin

DIY: Cadre Faciles sucettes photo | Tutoriaux __ gVirt_NP_NN_NNPS <__ bricolage et artisanat

best crafts for kids out of waste 10 Brilliant School Project Ideas For Kids Using the Best Out of Waste

Yarn butterfly craft What you'll need: popsicle sticks yarn glue scissors pipe cleaners beads googly eyes

What to Make with Popsicle Sticks: 21 Fun Crafts for Kids from @AllFreeKidsCrafts

Use popsicle sticks to make a simple flag craft! Makes a great decoration or a great gift - we put a ribbon loop on the back of some on them to hang them.

Popsicle stick photo frames-- made these today using craft paper as the backing. It went really quickly, though, so I'm going to try it again tomorrow and give the kids more material for decoration.

Sidewalk paint - 1 part cornstarch (1 c.), 1 part water (1 c.), food coloring, sponge brushes, mix cornstarch and water, add food coloring and mix!