Got pinecones? Make some terrific ornaments for the holidays.
Kids can make this snowflake ornament with beads and pipe cleaners (chenille stems). Then they can make a bauble ornament!
These sweet polar bears can be created with chalk and paper.
Ages: 5-8 yrs, 8-11 yrs
Grades: K-2, Grades 3-5
Levels: Primary, Junior
Help your child infuse everyday objects with sentimental brightness with these five kid and adult-friendly DIY gift ideas.
These fun and colorful wreaths will brighten up any home or classroom during the holidays.
Use a lid from a small jar or container to make an ornament.
These adorable reindeer portraits are such a delight for children to make. Shared by ARTventurous.
These adorable reindeer sculptures will engage and entertain your students.
Kids can make holiday wreaths using multicoloured rice.
Make a Santa countdown calendar to count down the days until Christmas.
Use scrap materials from around the house to make a Santa face for the holidays.
Free printable patterns for sea life snowflakes (lobster, salmon, scallop and crab).
Ages: 8-11 yrs, 11-14 yrs, 14 yrs+
Grades: Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12
Levels: Junior, Middle School, High School
Create a group of carolers, or a sleigh full of happy winter friends with mismatched mittens, wooden balls, and lots of imagination. The sky is the limit!
You can make snow globes using baby food jars, corn syrup, glitter and found objects.
Kids can make cute snowmen ornaments using styrofoam balls.
Learn how to make a snowman using toilet paper rolls, cotton and found objects.
This cheerful snowman will greet visitors as they come in the door. Hang him on the door, in the entryway, above your kitchen counter, wherever his cheerful face fits best!
This is a quick and easy way to make a cute snowman craft using readily available materials.
Beautiful step-by-step lesson plan packs created by KinderArt for children in grades K-6