Make a popsicle stick puzzle with your kids! It’s especially interesting for all the popsicle lovers out there. It’s a fun project and an activity, that will keep the kids occupied and will also cut down on waste. You may use the wider sticks to create a puzzle as well and you’re free to make it as large as you want.
This week’s craft will help develop your child’s motor skills, precise grip skills, eye-hand coordination and the ability to concentrate. The board gives possibilities to learn through play in many different ways.
This week’s craft pays homage to those who advocated and fought for our rights. We commemorate Jamaica’s National Hero’s by making bookmarks. Having a bookmark that reminds you of the power and freedom gained through educating one’s self is empowering in itself.
We’re back with another #MakeArtMondays post. This week we’re featuring rubber band bracelets. This is a very simple craft idea that can be shared as a gift to a friend, you could make matching bracelets or wear it as a fashion statement.
The Easter Holidays may be over, however with yet another potential weekend lockdown, craft ideas such as this one, will surely keep your children entertained. When you have completed your baskets, you could plan a candy hunt at home and use the basket to collect your fortune! lol
Because this Christmas season is unlike any other, our #MakeArtMondays Christmas edition, is one way to keep the spirit alive. Create funtastic Christmas crafts with family using easy to find materials that will surely make this Christmas season a memorable one!
This week’s #MakeArtMondays craft is a kaleidoscope. It is an optical device consisting of mirrors that reflect images of bits of coloured glass in a symmetrical geometric design through a viewer. Endlessly rotating the device changes the loose fragments into different mirrored designs!