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Summer Crafts for Kids
Parents love it and kids love to hate it. School can be a divisive topic, but at the end of the day, everyone has to go. Crafts for school may get a bad rap, but they certainly don't have to! There are plenty of back to school activities that kids can make and enjoy.
The 4th of July is a great time to do some fun summer crafts with your kids. There are so many great projects that you can incorporate the American flag design into, and you can use the holiday to teach your kids at the same time!
The back to school season can inspire a great deal of dread for children. It means that summer is ending and days at the pool will soon be replaced with days at a desk. Change the way your favorite student feels about school and instead, associate the season with fun and creativity. Back to school craft ideas and DIY designs help young learners explore the best aspects of the season.
Remember the joy of the first day of school with this Back to School Album. Made using simple paper-folding techniques, this project is great for kids to do with their parents for at school for their first arts and crafts time! Let the kids decorate their mini album however they'd like, and fill it with photos, notes, and other memories from their first day back. This also makes a precious time capsule gift for when your little one eventually graduates high school or college.
Get organized for the upcoming school year and create an Embellished Supply Tote. Use glitter and other sparkly embellishments to help your carrier stand out. Add personal messages, phrases or names to make the project even more special.
Kids and adults of all ages are sure to love this adorable Etch a Sketch Chalkboard. Inspired by the fun Etch-a-Sketch toy, this project gives kids the ability to create amazing designs. You can use this chalkboard in their playroom or in the classroom to help inspire creativity. Document ideas, notes, and other precious doodles on this adorable DIY chalkboard.
Cherish and remember the first day of school with this First Day of Kindergarten Frame. Easy to make and fun to show off to family and friends, this DIY frame is a great way to commemorate your child's first day back to school. It also makes a great gift for grandparents for Christmas or any upcoming birthdays. There's no need to buy specialty frames at the store...just create your own personalized touches with projects like this adorable First Day of Kindergarten Frame.
Dried pasta crafts are a great way to save money and skip a trip to the craft store! You might remember crafting with food in elementary school but there's not juvenile about this Macaroni Art Box. This is a great way to stay organized.
Your kids will love these Motivational School Magnets by Ann Butler. Make your own fridge magnets to hang up tests and quizzes from school. Students will be motivated to do well and have their hard work displayed.
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