The kids love having new ways to carry their valentines. It is even more fun to have a cool delivery method. A few years ago we made large envelopes to go on the backs of the kid’s classroom chairs and each child delivered their cards and goodies by dropping the treats into each persons envelope. This year Continue reading →
It is time for the start of school so I thought I would share a fun learning craft the Construction Paper Flags Kids Craft. You can make a specific flag and learn about that nation or culture. Once the child understands the meaning of the parts of a flag they can create there own flag and explain why they choose the specific design elements for their flag. We used scotch tape for our flag because my little helper just LOVES Scotch tape but your can use your favorite kid safe glue.
How to Make 3D Paper Stars is a simple but fun project you can do alone or make with the kids. If making the stars with children remember to supervise them with scissors or cut the stars out ahead of time. These 3D Stars make great Party decorations to hang from a ceiling or as a back drop for pictures. I made these for my Grandmother as a table decoration.
This weeks Kids Craft is How to make a Paper Crown. The paper crown looks complicated but it isn’t. My 6-year-old assistant made her crown all by herself. I showed her how to fold the pieces on my crown and she made the folds for her own. After the first few folds she had the order memorized. I, of course, want to attribute her folding skills to her being a genius and having my genetics (she is my niece) but really it is that simple to make. Continue reading →
July is Kids Craft Month here at H&P Artistry. Summers in the South are HOT. I know how hard it is to keep the Kids busy inside when the temperature is too high to play outside. For this reason I decided to share some fun paper crafts with you all. When I sat down to come up with the fun Kids Crafts a fan was a must do and the How to Make a Paper Fan tutorial had to be first up for the month. Continue reading →