Kids Crafts

Cluck, Cluck, Cluck, Mother Hen Mask and Song

We love to dress up when we tell a story. For our story time The Easter Egg Farmwe made this cute hen mask for Pauline the Hen.

Chick Hatching Craftivity

Children will love to help the chick hatch from the egg with this simple chick hatching activity and craft (our inspitation for this craft came from here). Use the craftivity to talk about how the chick grows inside the egg.

Chinese New Year 2015 Year of the Sheep

Chinese New Year will fall on February 19 in 2015.  The Spring Festival (Lunar Chinese New Year) starts from Feb. 18 to Feb. 25, 2015.

Fingerprint Christmas Card

Discuss with children that people around the world wish each other a Merry Christmas in many different languages. Here are a few:

Penguins Small World Play Area

We had fun creating a penguins and Antarctica small world area for the children. This ice and snow play area is easy to put together with everyday household items. The wine cork penguins are easy to make and are a wonderful toy to explore and play in the icy and cold Antarctica. Find out how to make our penguin and Antarctica play area:

You will need:

Sinterklaas Puppet Craft and Rhyme

Dutch children in Holland, or the Netherlands, anxiously look forward to St. Nicholas Day on December 6. They eagerly await the arrival of Sinterklaas. Sinterklaas is a kindly bishop. He wears red robes and a tall, pointed mitre on his head. With him he brings his white horse and a huge sack full of gifts for the children.

Cup Ghost Craft

Halloween Crafts, Activities, Games, and PrintablesThis "spooky" easy-to-make ghost craft makes a great puppet or can be hung from the ceiling or attached to a bulletin board to create a ghoulish Halloween atmosphere.

Kwanzaa Celebration in the Classroom

Kwanzaa, a seven day festival created by Dr. Maulana Karenga in 1966 to bring African-Americans together to celebrate their African heritage, takes place from December 26 to January 1. Although Kwanzaa is celebrated throughout the world, it is mostly an American holiday. The words "matunda ya kwanzaa" mean "first fruits" in the Swahili language.

Fall Leaves Wreath Door Decoration

Enjoy the colorful fall leaves by making a Fall Wreath Craft with your children. In fall, when the leaves are changing colors, go outside with your children and gather some large leaves. Then, form a coat hanger into a circle and have children lace the leaves to create a colorful wreath to grace your doorway.

Fall Leaf Activities

Fall offers plenty of natural materials to use with children--twigs, rocks, pinecones, you name it! Especially beautiful and useful are leaves. Leaves and their different shapes, patterns, and changing colors give children many opportunities to learn. These activities will inspire you to incorporate leaves in your next activities. Click on each picture for more details.


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