Students will create an narrative within the shape of a state (or province) using personal experience. They will choose a state, review that state and draw a picture using the shape of the state as a template.
Students will create tiny works of art by punching designs into tin. Punched tin, also called pierced tin, is an artisan technique originating in central Europe for creating housewares that are both functional and decorative.
A step-by-step lesson on how to make a name plate for a bedroom door or bunk at camp. Identify your bunk! Let there be no confusion whose bed is who’s at camp by making a cool nameplate to hang above your bed or on the bedpost.
Have an old puzzle that is missing some pieces? How about some photographs that need framing? If you said yes, then you and the kids have a fun project ahead of you! These easy and personalized frames make wonderful gifts for relatives.
There are plenty of crafts you can make from items found around the house, or even those headed for the garbage can. This adorable snowman was created from a condiment bottle, fabric scraps, and lots of imagination.
Students can create a Valentine’s Day themed weaving project. These little baskets are so sweet.
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