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Excavation kits are popular toys for children. Kids get to excavate everything from fake gems and dinosaur bones to nuggets of the real thing. They can usually be found wherever educational toys are sold. Unfortunately, kits run between $6 and $30 with the quality matching the price of the kit. Do not despair.
These old fashioned little dolls would look right at home in a pioneer cabin. They're fun to make and even more fun to play with! Use simple items like clothespins and yarn to create these darling dolls for your child to play with. What You Need:
Ancient Egyptians believed that anything placed within a sarcophagus would accompany the spirits into the afterlife. Kids can learn more about this ancient tradition by using a shoebox to make a sarcophagus of their own. After they've finished making and decorating a sarcophagus fit for a Pharaoh, they'll find and make special treasures for the mummy to take with him to the afterlife.
Your child will rule his kingdom in style with this regal Pharaoh’s head cloth, called a "nemes." Besides adding to his make-believe kit, this project is sure to spark curiosity about ancient Egypt. After you're done, head out to the library or take an online tour to explore the worlds of the pharaohs and the Great Pyramids. What You Need: Measuring tape Yellow poster board Scissors Striped fabric, approximately 24 x 30 inches (You can also find pillow shams in this size.) Stapler Gold glitter paint Glue
Enjoy fun science experiments for kids that feature awesome hands-on projects and activities that help bring the exciting world of science to life. Make a Big Dry Ice Bubble Have fun making a dry ice bubble that will grow and grow as it fills with fog. This experiment is a great one for adults to do with kids. Add water to the dry ice, cover it with a layer of soapy water and watch your bubble grow, how big will it get before it bursts? Give it a try and find out!
All girls love to make paper fan crafts, especially when it is hot outside. They seem to make them out of anything they can get their hands on. This one is so pretty they will want to keep and use it all the time.
Edit Edited by Lesley V., LolaJune, Versageek, M.Ahmed and 54 others Blowing bubbles is just plain fun. The best thing about bubbles is that you don't have to buy a solution to make them. It's easy to make your own mixture and you can make as much as you want, so you can blow as many bubbles as you'd like.
Below you will find many coffee filter arts and crafts projects for kids to make cool crafts items with coffee filters such as ornaments, flowers, shamrocks, butterflies, and many other crafts. Butterfree Pokemon Craft - Use a few craft materials to make a Butterfree Pokémon. Clothespin Poinsettia Crafts for Kids - Learn how to make a poinsettia ornament using a coffee filter and a few other supplies. Coffee Filter Album Making Crafts Instructions - This craft tutorial will show you how you can easily make an album using coffee filters.
By: Amanda Formaro Difficulty: Easy Age: 5 and up Parental supervision is recommended Poinsettias are the Christmas flower.
Coffee filter coloring is a lot of fun to do. I find it relaxing to sit and watch the colors flow together to make unique patterns. You can pick any colors you want to make your butterfly. It's always fun to explore different color combinations and patterns. Materials: