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To keep the boredom from setting in, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite KIWI crafts and activities to keep your kiddos occupied.
Quick and easy paper treat boxes to make for Halloween! Decorate them in as many different spooky ways that you can think of.
Skip the glue with this super easy project that uses self-adhesive craft foam. These sparkly hats would make an awesome party favor.
This is a fantastic low-mess craft that only uses a handful of materials. Add a dot of hot glue to the flower, press it onto the elastic and repeat—it’s so easy!
This is such a fun craft project that only uses a handful of materials! The only scraps you’ll be making are from cutting the scraps of long hair fur.
Spooky, spidery legs are perfect for the easy accordion-paper folding technique and make for a super fun Halloween craft. This effect can be used on so many projects!
This easy 3-D pumpkin is made entirely from paper– stand it on a shelf or hang it on a ribbon as part of a fall mobile or garland.
Penny Bauder is a mom of two and an environmental activist based in San Diego. She’s the founder of the earth-friendly craft subscription company Green Kid Crafts.
Some days it’s a little too chilly to play outside, but there are so many fun eco-crafts your kids can create while keeping warm indoors. Upcycled snow globes: Grab a variety of kitchen containers, such as jars, salt shakers, or syrup jars, to create upcycled snow globes in three easy steps. You’ll also need a hot glue gun, a blender, …