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Let’s Write to Santa Claus!

Write to Santa!   It’s less than a month until Christmas! And that means if your kids want to write to Santa Claus they’d better hustle their bustles! Up here in the chilly north (Canada) if you write Santa, he will write you back. (Very exciting!) Assuming you write him in time, of course–the guy

Halloween Tracing Craft

Happy Halloween! Almost. I was looking through some of the crafts and things my kids have and what did I find? An easy Halloween craft that is also an easy arts and craft activity for other times of the year–those are always the best. Chalk Art for Kids What you’ll need for this craft: A

Thanksgiving Centerpiece Craft for Kids: It’s a Turkey

Happy Thanksgiving (weekend) my Canadian friends! And for my American friends, tuck this Thanksgiving centerpiece craft for kids in your back pocket for next month. Kids love to be involved in big family celebrations and, in particular, feel pride when they can create something that is shared and enjoyed by everyone. An easy centerpiece craft

Bunny Ears Headband Craft for Easter

>Easter is just around the corner and it’s everything eggs and bunnies! Here’s an easy Easter craft for kids: Make a Bunny Ears Headband! You will need this printable pdf template of the bunny ear headband, paper, markers or crayons, glue, and as an option: tape or a stapler. Print off the template on white

Easter Tree Craft for Kids

>Make your own Easter Tree to decorate your home or to use as a centerpiece at your table. To make a basic tree you will need: A branch with many little twigs on it, clay or playdough, small plant pot, and decorations. Place the clay or playdough in the bottom of the pot. Push the

Colour Easter Eggs

>This is a safe and easy way to colour eggs for Easter. To colour Easter eggs you will need: Hardboiled eggs (cooked in their shells), crepe paper (you can rip up party streams), water, and papertowel. Take small pieces of crepe paper and wet them. Lay them over the egg until the egg is coloured.

Eggcarton Easter Bunny Craft for Kids

>To make a little Easter bunny you will need: an egg carton, cotton ball or craft pompom ball, pipe cleaner, marker, googly eyes, and glue. Cut one egg piece off an egg carton. Cut the pipe cleaner in half. Fold each piece in half. Poke the ends into the carton for ears. Glue the googly