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TISSUE PAPER MITTENS

Tissue Paper Mitten Craft and many other wonderful kindergarten art projects found on this site.

Family Thankful tree made with handprints ~ so cute! - would be great to add a hand every day the month of November

Thankful Tree Tradition

Create a "Thankful Tree" wiith your class, make a tree out of butcher paper, outline students' hands and have them write what they are thankful for. (tree I want to copy on butcher paper)

link is not a how to this reminds me of the crafts my uncle made

link is not a how to this reminds me of the crafts my uncle made

DIY and Craft Idea 777 - Best DIY & Craft

DIY Birdie On A String - Made By Joel. Fun craft / game for kids (let them race their birds :)) toddlers would like this too

Tree art from "real" branches - find some backyard twigs to serve as your tree's trunk, then glue on your leaves of choice.  Kids activities curated by SavingStar. Get free grocery coupons at savingstar.com

fall art projects for kids. Tree branch glue on canvas or shoe box lid with buttons, scrapbook paper, or finger print as leaves.

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DIY - Recycling Plastic Bottle Caps - Awesome Bottle Caps Art Design, Show Your Crafts and DIY Projects.

What a fun way to paint! Fill up some condiment bottles with paint and squeeze to create works of art.

Squirt Bottle Painting

Painting with squirt bottles. Fill up some condiment bottles with paint and squeeze to create works of art. Fun project to do outdoors in the spring

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Apples in a box- placing apples according to the number being displayed

Ring-A-Lings These pretty baubles have the look of glass enamel but are easily created by painting a metal washer with nail polish. Start with a base coat of white or yellow. Add colors, letting each coat dry before painting on top of it. Top the finished design with a protective coat of clear polish. From FamilyFun Magazine

DIY Ring-A-Lings: Created by painting a metal washer with nail polish. Start with a base coat of white or yellow. Add colors, letting each coat dry before painting on top of it. Top the finished design with a protective coat of clear polish.

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