Summer Crafts for Kids

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Fight summer boredom with fun summer kid’s crafts.  My  e-book is now available for free download (simply click on the pic).  There are 17 projects with with fun easy-to-do projects.  Several of the projects have free down-loadable patterns and Templates that are shown below. If you have any great kid’s projects you’d like to share, let me know.  I am already working on a second edition.

bored jar

Avoid Those Dreaded words every mother hates to hear during summer break. “MOM I’m BORED!”  They’ll think twice after creating this fun “I’m Bored Jar”, because next time you hear those dreaded words you can simply say. “Do you want to take a chance?”  If they are feeling lucky they can draw a slip of paper.  You never know what they might get.  If they are lucky they might draw a “make cookies with mom” .  However, they might also draw “go clean your room” or Dust the living room.  They will definitely think twice.   Simply click on the photo to download the project sheet complete with instructions and pattern pieces.

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Have your child create this fun “A Day in the Life” circle album. Not only will they have a blast creating it, you’ll have a keepsake that will last a life time.  Each page has an area to record the time, activity, and place to write a brief note.  The opposite page has a blank spot to attach a photo of each activity. To download the instructions and the free printable pieces, simply click on the photo above.

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Get ready, set, GO!  Every child loves a scavenger hunt.  This game is not only fun, it comes in an adorable pocket size case, that is recycled from an old Altoids tin.  It might be small but it packs hours of fun. To download the instructions and printable game cards simply click on the photo.

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Let your little one tell their own story with this fun “All About Me” drawing journal.  Each page asks a question like ”What was your best day ever?” It has an area where they can draw their memories and a section below that they can write out their thoughts, or have a grown up help them. On the back side of each page you can attach photos if desired. For instructions and free printable journal pages simply click on the photo.

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2 Comments

  1. Abby Says:

    I really love this book I have made five of the main book for my mom and sisters and one for our family camp out. I really can’t wait to get all the fun stuff done in the book. Thank you for putting up all these fun things for use to do.

  2. Dana Says:

    Can you tell me where you got the screen mesh for the bug observatory? So cute!
    Thanks, Dana.

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