It’s spring season and everyone is ready to enjoy the warm sun. After the cold of winter, basking in the sun is a great way to enjoy the holidays. Of course, you can also brighten up your own space with yet another easy sun craft with your kids. Create your own cheerful sun to decorate your room. Here’s what you need to do: Continue Reading
Holidays may be over but winter season is still on. Wouldn’t it be nice to decorate your room to match the snowy season? Here’s another fun and cute DIY craft we have prepared for you. A DIY winter penguin will definitely be a nice addition to your shelf to give off that wintry feels. Here’s how to do it. Continue Reading
Are heart shapes exclusive for Valentine’s Day? No. You can use it for all sorts as you wish. So don’t keep yourself locked up from stereotypes. Break free and allow your mind to run wild. Here is one sample craft for kids that departs from the norm. A heart-shape US flag Day Craft? Check! You got it.
Coloured Papers (Red and Blue)
Printed Star Template on sticker paper
Heart-Shaped US Flag Day Craft for Kids in 6 Steps
On red coloured paper, cut and form a heart. The size will depend on your preference so no need to fuzz over it.
Cut one sticker paper in strips. Estimate the length and width of the strips.
Note: The strips should not overpower the heart base.
Arrange and attach the strips on top of the heart. Cut the strip excesses accordingly.
On blue coloured paper, cut and form a small square.
Stick and position the blue square on the upper left part of the heart. Cut the excess from the blue square.
Cut the printed stars and stick within the blue area. You can put in as many stars as you want as long as it does not appear too crowded or it does not cover the blue area entirely.
Display this heart-shaped US flag Day craft for kids. Hang it on walls; let it dangle on ceilings; or insert in frames.
You can choose to make and print the heart and white lines. On your preferred application, form the heart and lines. Then, print afterwards. You can even make the shape’s outline bolder especially if you plan on letting your children cut it out. Just make sure that you have enough printer ink and toner supply to complete the printing task.
Valentine’s Day is up and coming. It is another special event to show people our big LOVE. But this day is not only for the hopeless romantics. In fact, this is the opportune time of the year to show family members and friends how much we appreciate and care for them. Continue Reading
Teaching the alphabet is a daunting task for parents. What can you do? How do you go with it? There may be various techniques to choose from but finding the fitting one for your kids may take several tries. Continue Reading
On March 20, spring season officially begins. After St. Patrick’s Day, another holiday will be celebrated. Easter is coming and children are excited with various games and activities especially the traditional Easter egg hunt. If you are going to host a party in your house, then party favors and treat bags should not be missing. Here is another printable craft you could try at home – fun and colorful Easter treat bags.
St. Patrick’s Day is a feast day celebrated every March 17 to commemorate the death anniversary of St. Patrick. It officially started in the seventeenth century and is widely known to be a part of Irish culture. The feast day is characterized by the wear of green clothing; the shamrock and green ribbon. And since St. Patrick’s Day is just a few days away, might as well work on a new printable craft project with your family, particularly the shrinking charm.