It’s another crafty week of It’s Playtime – this time featuring ten of your favorite craft ideas. Thanks to all of you who have linked up recently! We pull activities to feature in our round-ups primarily from our Wednesday Kids Meme. By linking up to our meme this afternoon you are giving us permission to feature you here, on facebook or on Pinterest.
Rainbows, rainbows, rainbows! Like Anna and her children, your kids can create rainbow art out of scraps.
We love to see cardboard boxes transformed into crafts. This is a useable play scene crafted out of a box.
My preschoolers and kindergarten kiddos *love* Eric Carle books. These are some great ways that you can create your own literary based art with your kids.
We love incorporating play into our art – your kids can make spy glasses, castles from blocks, draw patterns in the dirt. So much art is around us waiting for our kids to explore.
These crafty dolls with a “Japanese flair” are made out of clothespins – what a fun way to learn about another culture!
Give creative party favors this year. Let the party attenders create their own “monsters” – in this group kids craft activity.
Create a run for marbles (or beans, or if you are really daring water) using old water bottles. We love recycled crafts your kids can play with!
Some art you keep and some you experience. Watch dissolving rocks fizzle and burst with color in this kids craft activity.
I love to see kids crafts using a variety of items and textures. Christie did a great job using textiles to clothe “bodies” in her kids art project.
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