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Crafts for age 5-7


Crafts for age 5-7

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ctbaker in the acres: 14 Lovely Days: Day 2

ctbakerintheacres.com

Over 10 Unique Fun Ocean Activities for Kids (sensory play, math, literature and more!)~ Buggy and Buddy

DIY: Interesting Button Art - 15 Interesting DIY Button Projects

Simply Designing with Ashley: Kids Craft: Button Art

simplydesigning.net

Printable Bookmark w/arrow to mark exact spot

Printable Bookmarks Two Ways - Playful Learning

playfullearning.net

Decorate a window for Fall.

Autumn Window Collage - Inner Child Fun

innerchildfun.com

Kite Magnets

Kite Magnets / Summer Camp | Fiskars

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craft stick door hanger

"Hop On In" Door Hanger

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stick cat

Craft Stick Kitty Magnet

makingfriends.com

craft stck train tunnel - children's woodworking project

craft stick projects for kids - toy train tunnel project

biglearning.org

Need a quick Valentine’s Day craft idea for the kids?

Quick Valentine Window Display - Inner Child Fun

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Beautiful Butterfly suncatcher with template

Butterfly sun-catchers | Mini-eco

minieco.co.uk

Splatter + Blow Painting- and many other fall art ideas.

3-D Yarn Spider Web

3-D Yarn Spider Web

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nail polish + washers = necklaces

Make Recycled Necklaces

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Simple Nativity - to make with the kids for the tree

Nativity Crafts for Kids - Popsicle Stick Nativity

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Our much played with cardboard tube people.

Suminagashi prints - Japanese art technique. Using special marbling paints - link includes where they can be bought.

10 Rainy Day Activities for Kids - Inner Child Fun

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Wonderful Summer design for window or glass door.

How to Make Your Own Sunshine - Inner Child Fun

innerchildfun.com

Giraffe Marionettes - so cool and with a little adult help even young kids can do it!

Trace the hand in pencil. With a marker, draw a straight line until you get to the hand. Then make a curve from one line to the next, then continue the straight line.

The Forest Room: Monday Fun, Tuesday Fun

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A fun way to decorate glass door or window with your kids. Use painted coffee filters and acrylic paint or window crayons. Younger kids can help paint the filters.

Winter Window Display - Inner Child Fun

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Using tinfoil and sharpie markers (plus a hot glue gun or regular glue w/string) - make faux stained glass art work

Tinfoil and Sharpie Art

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butterfly valentines with sucker

Face changing TP roll people

A Little Learning For Two: Changing Faces - Toilet Roll Dolls

alittlelearningfortwo.blogspot.com

paper stars for older kids

home by linn: papirstjerne -slik lagar du den

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