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I’ve been busy working on setting up a project for my sons 1st grade class! It’s an easy “knitting” project that is perfect for elementary age kids. With a cardboard roll, tape, and popsicle sticks, you can set up a simple loom. Then just like you would finger weave, you wrap the yarn around the tops …
It is that time of year that we are getting ready to (or already have) put up our Christmas trees, so of course, decorating them is a very important part. Make something special for your Christmas tree this year with these 11 Christmas tree ornaments for
Use these compact cuties to put on a puppet show in a shoe box theater. Paint jumbo craft sticks as shown. Add button, bead, felt, and googly eye features with tacky glue. Use a black marker to add nostrils or other details. PUPPET SHOW!
Popsicle sticks are an incredibly versatile craft material and kids can come up with some amazing creations using them. In case you find yourself with an afternoon to fill and an abundance of craft sticks, here are a few fun and creative ways to use them!
Popsicle Stick Monsters - I Heart Arts n Crafts Easy Popsicle Stick Monsters--For older kids have them write directions to build a monster out of popsicle sticks and let a partner build it using directions-Jill