Kids Crafts

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Teach Me! - Emoji Dice

Cell phone emojis are so much fun! Early Childhood and Pre-K aged children would love to create their own emojis. They can glue them to foam “dice” as a way to discuss feelings and understand their personal connections with others! They…
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Teach Me! - Up 'n Atom

Fourth and fifth graders typically study the parts of an atom, as part of their science program. With this hands-on project, a child can learn the parts of an atom while using wires to replicate the orbits of the electrons inside. With hands-on…
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Teach Me! - Cake Color Game

Early childhood and preschool teachers can tell you how important matching games are for little minds! And this educational project includes the learning that occurs from the hands-on activity in making the game, as well as in playing it…
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Easy Snowflake Wall Art

Looking for a fun and simple way to add some flair to your holiday decor? This Easy Snowflake Wall Art is not only a pretty addition for the winter season, but can also be a fun activity for the kids. The kids and I spent some quality time…
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Teach Me! - Shish-Kebab Values

Kids love COLOR! And we have a great way to teach them how to mix paint to make all the colors. Designed for second and third graders, this interactive color burst can be modified for the skill and interest level of the child. (But don’t…
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Cutesy Turkey

Hi Everyone!  I'm Mandy from Sugar Bee Crafts, here again with another Cutesy Craft Idea!!  Did you catch the tutorial for the Cutesy Bats?  I love them and have them sitting on a shelf, and as I was admiring them I realized that I could…
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Teach Me! - Humpty Dumpty Oops!

Research has shown how important nursery rhymes are for children. With our “Humpty Dumpty Oops!”, kindergartners and first graders can learn about sequencing and dramatic play, how to tell and retell stories and to recognize rhyming.…
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Teach Me! - Skelly

Why did the skeleton cross the road? To get to the body shop! Yes, this is the kind of Halloween joke kids love and our Skelly is a project that fourth and fifth graders love, too. With foam balls, eggs and cotton swabs, kids can learn…
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