School kids crafts

Engage and inspire school kids with these creative crafts. Discover fun and educational ideas to keep them entertained and learning outside of the classroom.
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Are you looking for a fun and easy rainbow craft for kids - Try making a rainbow out of torn construction paper. Torn paper crafts are so fun for kids and they make for really pretty art work too! My kids loved tearing the construction paper into small pieces and gluing it on. This activity is also a great way for kids to learn their colors! Kids can create pretty art work, learn their colors, and have fun all at the same time with this easy and cheap rainbow craft for kids!

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Kylee Dabell
These handprint bunnies are SO CUTE and they're so easy to make!! This is such a simple construction paper craft and a great craft for kids. Trace a handprint and make these bunnies for Easter or anytime. Such a fun activity for bored kids that needs barely any supplies! Crafts, Toddler Crafts, Origami, Play, Easter Art Kids, Bunny Crafts, Easter Art, Easter Crafts For Kids, Easter Craft Activities

These handprint bunnies are so simple to make and they are SO CUTE! You can make this bunny craft using construction paper, coloured printer paper, or even plain white paper if you're in a pinch. Handprint Bunny Craft This is such a simple Easter craft that you can make with the kids - and the best part is that you probably have everything you need at home already! Just grab some paper, scissors and a few pens, markers or pencil crayons - that's all you need! This craft is really simple…

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Olive Lathan
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The first powered, controlled airplane to fly used a biplane wing arrangement, as did many aircrafts in the early years of aviation. This first aircraft was called the “Wright Flyer,” and it was built by the Wright Brothers. Today, this very airplane is exhibited in the National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C. But you don’t have to travel hundreds of miles to see a biplane; build your own!

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Becky Forsythe