DIY kids' crafts, projects & activities!
This hat is a must-have for a reenactment of the first Thanksgiving. Inspire creativity with a few products and your chi
Here's a chance for children to tip their top hats to their country's leaders and their own creativity while showing the
Use your imagination to invent a telephone for the future!
Freedom rings out loud and clear with art that reflects people's struggles and triumphs. Highlight history and give chil
Who's involved in every level of government and community service in many nations? Women are! Create a challenging memor
Throw yourself back to the 60s with Pop Art! Let your whimsical side stand out in bigger-than-life sculptures of everyda
Willie O’Ree’s story is a heroic tale of courage, perseverance, and love of hockey. Find out why he’s a New Brunswick Sp
Honor a key sports figure in U.S. civil rights history, Jackie Robinson. Kids depict the historic day that an African Am
Spark awareness about monuments and people in your community. Kids create statues to honor their heroes or key events.
Choose your favorite popular symbol. Repeat your pattern to see four times the excitement with awesome Color Explosion™!
Where is Baby Moses? He's in his basket! Create a paper-plate puppet prop to retell captivating stories.
Celebrate your country's holidays! Remember famous leaders and events with national symbols.
Do you really enjoy creating your own crosswords? Challenge yourself to use the names of your country's leaders.
Why look back for heroines? Put the spotlight on Women Right Now with a poster dedicated to a living legend-perhaps a mu
Make your own raft! While you are sailing, learn about famous explorers like Thor Heyerdahl and Ernest Shackleton.
Catch your friends on the move! Create cartoon-like drawings of each other in the style of Pop artist Keith Haring.
Set sail for the open sea of your kids' imaginations as they recreate Columbus' journeys. These clever story strips let
Are your children itching to explore the world? Let their feet take them anywhere they want to go in their imaginations.
In a house no bigger than many bedrooms, Maud Lewis, a folk artist, created delightful paintings of her beloved Nova Sco