Make a Shoebox Foosball Game - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Upcycle a shoebox into a homemade foosball game! It’s World Cup time, so it’s a great time to make this soccer craft. In the interest of keeping things simple and creating a game that the younger boys could actually play (ages 5 and 7), we decided to make it one-on-one soccer. It would be fun […]
Creapakket Het geweven autovriendje
Met fijn koord en drinkrietjes weef je je eigen autovriendje!Dit creapakket omvat volgende artikels : 1010161 1 x Katoenkoord fijn geel 1010162 1 x Katoenkoord fijn donkerroze 1010166 1 x Katoenkoord fijn middengroen 1010169 1 x Katoenkoord fijn rood 1010
Sara Eberhart on Instagram: “2nd grade's woven portrait turned out adorbs but SHEW! It took forever and a day. 4 weeks to be exact. And many STILL aren't finished.”
2nd grade's woven portrait turned out adorbs but SHEW! It took forever and a day. 4 weeks. And many STILL aren't finished.
Frühlingsblumen-Deko aus Kunststoffbechern
Aus der Kreativwerkstatt Sehen diese Blumen nicht zauberhaft aus? Als Deko am Fenster, oder an einem Ast läuten sie den Frühling ein. J...
Easy Knitting with Big Straws for Kids
Turn big smoothie straws into knitting needles and weave a beautiful fluffy scarf in minutes! You will be amazed at how easy this is and the results you will get. Perfect craft idea for kids and tweens.
Huichol Yarn Painting
Image via WikipediaHere's a "cultural art" lesson my students recently completed.....it's called "Yarn Painting". This lesson idea came from a textbook called ARTTALK by Rosalind Ragans. The Huichol people live in Central Mexico and are known for their bright colorful yarn art. When creating their yarn paintings they cover a board with hot melted wax, then adhere the yarn before it dries. Sometimes they also use tree sap instead of wax for adhering the yarn. Needless to say we didn't have…
Cup Weaving 2.0 (4th)
The origins of this art lesson came from a pin that I found on Pinterest connecting to the blog B Art Z - Elementary Art. I have been SO excited to blog about my new and improved cup weaving lesson! So last year I attempted to do cup weaving with my some of my students.. and while I loved the results.. the process was infuriating! For some reason I thought it was a great idea to weave with plastic cups - which made sharp jagged edges when cut by children. When that didn't go smoothly I…