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This cardboard castle is a magical toy for kids -- because every knight needs a castle to protect, right? Kathy of Cornerstone Confessions shares her easy cardboard castle tutorial . all you need is a big box and some ribbons!

Képtalálat a következőre: „paper craft for kids greeting card”

Bible Story Crafts for Kids : Ideas for Bible Stories Arts and Crafts Activities with projects for children, teens, and preschoolers to make from the old and new testaments

I've been saving our shipping boxes from Christmas gifts so the kids can do this over Christmas break.

I've been saving our shipping boxes from Christmas gifts so the kids can do this over Christmas break.

Recycled Cardboard Box City

Recycled Cardboard Box City

Building a box city is a easy (and free) craft activity for kids. Make this box town with some empty boxes, add a few cars, and watch the fun unfurl!

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Children know a lot about city planning because they're such good observers. Build on their planning and construction skills with this city made of boxes.

recyclable carton furniture for kids - gotta love the green message

The Carton Furniture Series was originally designed in Japan in and now Metropolitan Gallery in Tokyo is producing these Kids’ Sets. The furniture is made completely out of folded cardboard with no glue, tape, tacks or anything like that.

25 Unique Invitations to Build! Fun building activities for kids beyond blocks . Build with styrofoam, sugar cubes, orange peels, corks, etc..

Building Study: 25 Unique Invitations to Build! Fun building activities for kids beyond blocks . Build with styrofoam, sugar cubes, orange peels, corks, etc.

Your kiddos will love playing this this interactive Hot Wheels car book!

Interactive Car Activity Book

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Ice pop house

Kids entranced by Little House on the Prairie? This popsicle stick "log cabin" is a great introduction to pioneer history.

Build a skyscraper:  tape the boxes shut with packing tape, then stack and tape them atop each other. Using markers or crayons, your kids can decorate the boxes with windows, columns, gargoyles, mailboxes and so on. They might also add some 3-D touches, such as tissue paper flowers and bushes, construction paper flags or even some plastic figurines.

Build a Skyscraper Gazing up over 100 stories of steel and concrete is enough to pique any kid's interest. Using cardboard, markers and imagination, anyone can create a cityscape at home.

11 Awesome DIY forts you can create for your kids

Build a fun fort out of almost anything with these tutorials

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