Since the 2012 London Olympics is in roughly 17 days, I have found some cute kid crafts. 1. Ceremonial Olympic Torch 2. Paper Plate Olympic Rings 3. Salt Dough Olympic Medals 4. Olympic Memory 5. Support Your Team 6. Olympic Flags 7. Olympic Printable Activities 8. Laurel Wreath Crown and More 9. Olympic Flag 10. Coloring Pages and more…
I figured I’d try my hand at making subway art for a child. I used my son that was born in 2003 a shot. This is how it came out. Any thoughts or suggestions?
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You can enter your child into one of six categories. Baby, Toddler, Pre-K, Big Kid, Preteen or Multiple. The contests run every month. I’ve been thinking of trying it.
Here’s a compiled list of kid friendly crafts for the Forth of July. 1. Confetti Launcher by FamilyFun 2. Holiday Lanterns by Martha Stewart 3. Patriotic Pinwheel by Kaboose 4. Startburst Table Aarrangements & more by grandparents.com 5. Wooden American Flags by FaveCrafts 6. Fireworks Flowers by Family Corner 7. Patriotic Baton by bhg.com 8. CD Spinners by FamilyFun
Since summer is right around the corner, I figured I’d would look up the Barnes and Noble reading program. My son did it last year and was able to get a free book after he was done. All you have to do is locate a store near you and download the pdf. Once you read eight books then you get…