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Summer Camp Week, Day 3: Academic Camp Crafts + Giveaway

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Welcome back, campers! I am so pleased to announce that Mary Mac won yesterday’s Summer Camp Week giveaway and will be receiving a set of Color-Me-In Notecards from Chronicle Books. Congratulations, Mary! We will contact you by e-mail shortly for details about your prize.

I hope you are loving Summer Camp Week as much as I am! Be sure to follow AllFreeKidsCrafts on Twitter and Facebook to keep up with each amazing prize!

Today, I’m looking forward to exploring some great educational crafts for kids! In addition, we’re giving away a set of six American Girl Historical Craft Kits from EK Success Brand’s line of American Girl crafts to a lucky winner!  Keep reading to learn about Academic Camp crafts, learn about the prize and enter the giveaway!

To enter today’s giveaway, answer the following question in the comments below:

Which is the best way for kids to learn: listening quietly in a classroom, or playing educational games?

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Educational Crafts for Academic Camps

Storytelling Stones AllFreeKidsCrafts features all sorts of great educational crafts for kids, and many of them are featured in this complete collection of 39 Creative Lesson Ideas and Educational Crafts for School Kids. These crafts and activities are the perfect way for homeschoolers, unschoolers, and homeschoolers alike to create and learn with hands-on lessons for every subject.

If you’re looking for crafts for kids who are studying math, make a set of Platonic Solids Geometric Shapes or play a fun and tasty Cookie Fraction Game.

Reading and Writing camps are great for little language lovers, and we have some great tools to Water Bottle Rockethelp them succeed! Draw Story Scenes on Cookie Canvases for a sweet and educational treat, make a Story Cube Reading Game as a memory tool, or create your own stories with these Storytime Stones (shown).

Scientific tots will love this Magical Milk Experiment at Science Camp! They can also create a Model Human Lung to study basic anatomy, or cool off with a Water Bottle Rocket.

Summer Camp Week Giveaway

AllFreeKidsCrafts.com is giving away a prize a day every day this week here on FaveCraftsBlog.com for Summer Camp Week. It is so easy to enter. Just go to our daily Summer Camp Week post and comment to enter! You have 5 chances to win and a new special prize each day.

Today, we’re giving away a prize for kids who love learning about history and playing with American Girl dolls. This set of six American Girl Historical Craft Kits from EK Success Brand’s line of American Girl crafts is a great way to teach kids lessons about different time periods in American history with some fun crafts.

Kaya craft kit

Create Weave & Tie Bracelets (left) decorated with flower and butterfly buttons and wooden beads, just like Kaya would have worn in 1764.

Felicity craft kit

Learn how to embroider a Sweet Heart Stitched Pillow like Felicity Merriman would have in 1774.

Cecile and Marie-Grace Craft Kit

Use this Fancy Flower Wreath kit to create a lovely door decoration of paper flowers, inspired by American Girls Cecile and Marie-Grace, who made flower wreaths in 1853.

Kit Kittredge Craft Kit

For a more modern look, create 8 flower headbands, hair clips and more with a 1934-style Fabric Flower Style Set inspired by Kit Kittredge!

Josefina Craft Kit

Hold your most treasured items in a wooden Painted Memory Box like Josefina Montoya would have had in 1924.

Julie Craft Kit

Make some psychedelic and funky 1974-style String Art Cards like Julie Albright would have made.

You can win this great set of all six American Girl Historical Craft Kits by commenting on this blog post! That’s right, the winner of today’s contest will win all six craft kits! Your American girl or boy will love to make these fantastic crafts this summer when she’s learning about girls throughout history.

Comment on this blog post and enter to win six American Girl Historical Craft Kits, then check in tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. CST to find out if you’re the winner!

Giveaway Rules:

To enter today’s giveaway, answer the following question in the comments below:

Which is the best way for kids to learn: listening quietly in a classroom, or playing educational games?

 

Be sure to check here tomorrow morning to see if you won!