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Kids Crafts and Projects

Kids Projects and Crafts

  • Homemade Clay Crafts Read More

    Homemade Clay Crafts Homemade clay is my new favorite thing to use cookie cutters for! When the kids want to cut out cookie shapes it is always sticky and messy and the shapes never come out right after baking them. (I am NOT a baker!) Then they want to use frosting and sprinkles but they never want to eat them. Then we have cookies sitting around for 2 weeks before we throw away all of those terribly decorated masterpieces! This homemade clay is the perfect replacement for cookie dough! It is not sticky, it does not make a mess, you

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  • Elf on the Shelf Ideas Read More

    Elf on the Shelf Ideas Elf on the Shelf with Bible Verses: We have been doing elf on the shelf for years now. My original problem with elf on the shelf was telling my kids that an elf was watching them to be sure they are good. I want to teach my kids that Jesus is watching so be good all year! So, I use my elf on the shelf as a messenger for Jesus instead of Santa! The elf comes in December because we want to celebrate the birth of Jesus all month long. This is how I decided

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    Elf on the shelf ideas
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    Elf on the shelf ideas with bible verses. This is how we make our elf on the shelf a messenger for Jesus!
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  • How NOT To Act This Fathers Day Read More

    How NOT To Act This Fathers Day Fair warning here…this is a rant. This is me telling you about something that pisses me off! Soo I’m scrolling through Pinterest checking out some step dad gifts for the kids to make for my husband….can I just say: If a child has a step dad it doesn’t automatically mean they don’t have a good real dad. Even if the child’s real dad sucks at being a dad…making a craft stating that step dad is way better than real dad or thanking step dad for stepping up when real dad couldn’t etc…is never

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    How NOT to act on fathers day
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    How NOT to act on fathers day. Keep the negativity out of fathers day and focus on the positive!
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    Living Wright
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  • Fathers Day Crafts Read More

    Fathers Day Crafts It is time to get busy on your fathers day crafts! In our home we have 4 dads to make crafts for! I have Aaron’s dad, Josh’s dad, My husband who is also McKenzie’s dad and McKenzie’s step dad….so, we will be busy! We are big believers in celebrating every male who acts like daddy in their life! Yes, my husband will be involved in helping his daughter make a fathers day craft for her step father! Her step father raises her as if she was his own when my husband isn’t there, so he is to

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    It is time to get busy on your fathers day crafts! In our home we have 4 dads to make crafts for! We are big believers in celebrating every male who acts like daddy in their life! So, I have compiled a list of fathers day crafts and step fathers day crafts!
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    Living Wright
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  • 6 Dry Ice Experiments To Do With Kids Read More

    6 Dry Ice Experiments To Do With Kids What is Dry Ice? It is sometimes referred to as “cardice” and is the solid form of carbon dioxide. At pressures below 5.13 atm and temperatures below −69.5 °F, CO2 changes from a solid to a gas with no intervening liquid form, through a process called sublimation. The opposite process is called deposition, where CO2 changes from the gas to solid phase (dry ice). At atmospheric pressure, sublimation/deposition occurs at−109.3 °F. 6 ways to have fun with dry ice: Put dry ice in the sink and turn the water on to make the “smoke”. Then let the kids blow on it and have them

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    6 Dry Ice Experiments To Do With Kids - Dry Ice Bombs
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    6 Dry Ice Experiments To Do With Kids. Dry ice bombs, dry ice bubbles, dry ice smoke, and learning about dry ice. These are super fun!
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    Living Wright
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  • Oobleck Read More

    Oobleck When Josh told me he wanted to make Oobleck I thought he made up a weird word for something…then he taught me what Oobleck is and it is pretty cool! Oobleck is a type of non-Newtonian fluid. Most fluids we know of are considered Newtonian fluids. Non-Newtonian fluids are a strange and perplexing group of fluids. When a force (ex. poking, rolling, stirring) is applied to a non-Newtonian fluid, the viscosity (resistance to flow) of the fluid increases. Applying pressure to the Obbleck increases its viscosity (thickness). A quick tap on the surface of Oobleck will make it feel

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  • Dry Ice Fun Read More

    Dry Ice Fun Joshua is very interested in science. He watches and learns about science for hours each day. As an unschooling family, we allow them to learn what they want, when they want to! His passion for science has grown significantly since we made our transition from homeschooling to unschooling. So, it is my husband’s job to feed this science interest of Joshua’s! Today they chose dry ice. He came home with a big block of dry ice and Joshua was really excited. He has watched a ton of videos about the fun you can have with dry ice

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2 thoughts on “Kids Crafts and Projects”

  • Very neat forum. Want more. Ricci

  • I cannot thank you enough for the forum post.Much thanks again. Great. Sessler

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