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JUMPING, SKIPPING SNOW SHAPES!

It’s just a hop, skip, and a jump through snowy shapes! Roll the dice and get moving as you explore different shapes and types of movement! Materials Paper  Ruler Pencil Crayons Scissors Tape Stick Bowl Directions Use the ruler to trace four squares on a piece of paper. These squares should be in a straight […]

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RECYCLED TOILET PAPER TUBE SNOWMEN

Source: Extreme Couponing Mom These cute snowmen, made with recycled toilet paper tubes, are a perfect winter craft for a snowy day! Materials Toilet paper tubes White acrylic or craft paint Paintbrush Pieces of colourful felt fabric Small, colourful pom poms Colourful pipe cleaners Markers Scissors Glue Directions Paint each toilet paper tube with white […]

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TWISTING TWIRLIGIGS!

Time for some twirling, twisting fun! Make your own toy that’s sure to dazzle everyone with its rotating rainbow! Materials Wooden dowel Coloured paper Scissors Clear tape Directions: Cut 8 strips from your coloured paper. Each strip should be approximately ½ inch wide. Fold another piece of paper into 4. Trace a circle that is […]

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BOXING DAY SURPRISE GIFT BOX

Gather around and take a peek inside…what’s hiding inside your surprise gift box?  Materials Construction Paper White paper Paper Fastener Scissors Markers Tape Directions Fold a piece of construction paper in quarters. Use the scissors to cut your paper in half along the vertical line. Take one half of your paper and use the scissors […]

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BEAUTIFUL BOWS

Decorate your home this holiday season by crafting some beautiful paper bows to bring the festive fun indoors! Materials Coloured Paper Pencil Crayons Scissors Tape Directions Fold your piece of paper in half like a hamburger. Cut along the fold. Turn your paper so that it is taller than it is long. Make a fold […]

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ROLLING FEET!

Slow down there, speedster, there’s another set of feet on the move! Create your own pair of rolling feet and see who’s the fastest kid around. Materials Paper Pencil Scissors Glue Thin cardboard (from a cereal box, for example) Packing tape Straws (wide and thin) Directions Place one foot on your piece of paper. Use […]

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STAINED GLASS MITTEN CRAFT

Source: kindercraze.com/stained-glass-mitten-window-decor When it’s cold out, add some homemade mitten decorations to your window and let the winter sunshine in! Materials Three or more colours of tissue paper, all cut into 1-inch squares Two black construction paper mitten frames for each child (you can find a free template here) Two 12″ x 18″ sheets of […]

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LITTLE LEVITATING MONSTERS

Fwooooosh! Send your creativity soaring to the skies as you create your own fun, friendly monster toy that will let you levitate a cotton ball like magic! Materials Paper Bendable Straw Tape Cotton Ball Scissors Markers Directions Trace a circle on your piece of paper and use the scissors to cut it out. This will […]

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SNOWFLAKE GARLAND

Every snowflake is special. Create your own unique winter-themed garland as you practice your fine motor skills and explore symmetry! Materials Cupcake liners Scissors Yarn/Ribbon Tape Directions Take a cupcake liner and fold it in half. Fold it in half again, and then one more time! Your cupcake liner should now look like a small […]

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DO-IT-YOURSELF FOAM PAINT

Source: dabblesandbabbles.com Keep your kids entertained with creative crafts, like mixing and painting with this homemade foam paint! Materials Shaving cream White school glue Food colouring of your choice Thin cardboard or other semi-rigid canvas material Directions Mix equal parts shaving cream and white school glue in a large ziplock bag. Squish them together well! […]

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