● Popsicle sticks
● White glue
● Stone (optional)
1. Lay out a row of popsicle sticks side by side to form the base (about 11 sticks). Lay two sticks across near the rounded ends and glue in place. The same technique is...
This icon of the Inuit people, featured on the flag of Nunavut, is the result of a fruitful day at the beach.
● White glue
1. Collect several flat, smooth stones.
2. Choose the largest one for the base. Stack stones for each leg, trying to arrange them to balance...
Get fit and save the environment all at once with an obstacle course made from recycled objects. These fast and easy ideas will have your kids hopping in no time.
Instant target toss
No gluing, no cutting, just fun!
Get some pie tins and plastic containers from your...
Sketch some faces before you get started so you have a preview of your characters. If you don't trust your drawing skills, check out the internet or books for inspiration.
Cut head shapes from felt. Cut nose and ear...
Measure the length and width of the device you'd like to protect. Double the length, then add 4 cm (for the flap). Add 2 cm to the width to accommodate thickness of device. Trace the measurements on a piece of white felt.
On a sheet of felt that you want to use for the main body of the puppet, trace hand of the puppet user with middle three fingers together and thumb and pinkie extended. Trace handshape adding 2.5 cm to the width all the way around....