Posts Tagged ‘Kid’s Crafts’

Have you ever made your own hovercraft!?  The folks at http://www.thechocolatemuffintree.com/2011/06/cd-hovercraft.html have posted a neat tutorial for one that looks like loads of fun.  It probably would fit into STEM Caboosh, or Building up.   As well as Key to the Living World: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!

The big thing will be to give the girls balloons that they can blow up on their own.  =)

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The gist of the Art by hand project is to challenge the girls to find someone in their life who can teach them a new needlework skill.  We usually schedule Key to the Arts in January and February – our next cycle will be 2011 – 12 – and try to give parents as much notice as possible so that they can find a teacher. 

Personally, I’m a knitter.  But the challenge can be met by embroidery, quilting, crochetting, corking, weaving, or any other hand work.  This looks like a super cool idea too:  Felted Finger Puppets.

Source: http://blog.craftzine.com/archive/2011/03/how-to_felted_finger_puppets.html

From Craftzine!

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