Posts Tagged ‘ Arts-Crafts ’

Free Paper Toys

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Free Paper Toys

From the website 100 Exceptional Free Paper Toys: “There is an underlying web world about papercraft modeling. It is not visible. It is hard to find. And, in many cases, the web sites are in a language that most of us can’t read. But, believe me, it is huge. And it is not about...
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American Science & Surplus

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American Science & Surplus

American Science & Surplus offers a unique mix of industrial, military and educational items, with an emphasis on science and education. They supply a wide range of unusual and hard to find items (some say bizarre stuff) to the hobbiest, tinkerer, artist, experimenter, home educator, do-it-yourselfer, and bargain hunter. Customers have used American Science...
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Eclectic Homeschool Online

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Eclectic Homeschool Online

Eclectic Homeschool Online is an outsdtanding web site which provides resources and assistance that allows homeschoolers to homeschool their children in a manner that suits each individual child’s needs and gifts. Their resource collection lists close to 3,000 reviews which you can search or browse by category. Eclectic Homeschool Lite is a companion site...
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Best Homeschooling

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Best Homeschooling

Lillian Jones’ Best Homeschooling and Homeschooling Gateway to the Internet is a treasure trove of information, great reading, and almost limitless resources for homeschooling – a one-stop cornucopia with no pesky ads or affiliate links to clutter up your reading. Hundreds of favorite links to free homeschooling resources and information about learning and teaching,...
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Jan Brett’s Videos and Activities

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Jan Brett’s Videos and Activities

With over thirty six million books in print, Jan Brett is one of the nation’s foremost author illustrators of children’s books. Her books are known for colorful, detailed depictions of a wide variety of animals and human cultures ranging from Scandinavia to Africa. Her best-known titles include The Hat, The Mitten, The Three Snow...
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Make a 3D Snowflake

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Make a 3D Snowflake

Looking for a fun Christmas craft to create with your kids? This beautiful three-dimensional paper snowflake is a little more complicated than the usually seen two-dimensional paper snowflake, but it looks excellent and is a suitable craft for children adept with scissors and patient in making crafts. It will produce a 6-armed three-dimensional snowflake...
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Clothespin Button Racers

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Clothespin Button Racers

These fun do-it-yourself Clothespin Button Racers from the Almost Unschooling blog are a delight for kids who love creating their own fun! A handful of items you probably have laying around, some simple instructions, clear photos, and an invitation to hours of learning and adventure!
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Blogger: The Pioneer Woman Homeschools

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Blogger: The Pioneer Woman Homeschools

Ree Drummond, aka The Pioneer Woman, is a homeschooling resource unto herself, and her attitude speaks for itself: “Some days we do school. Some days we don’t. It all depends on whether or not I’m in the mood.” Ree Drummond began blogging in 2006 and has built an award-winning website by sharing recipes, her...
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Pick and Draw

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Pick and Draw

Pick and Draw is a fun, one-of-a-kind drawing game that teaches you how to make very creative cartoon faces. It is simple and easy to use providing endless hours of fun and learning. In five minutes or less you will know how to play! Click here to try it! Pick and Draw can be...
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Arts Recipes

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Arts Recipes

Here’s a fun source for all those delightfully messy recipes for things like Play Dough, Goop, Macaroni Coloring, Peanut Butter Playdough, Non-Messy Fingerpaint, Puffy Paint, Soap Crayons, Silly Putty, Slime and all that other ooey-gooey stuff kids love! Click on over and see what fun you can have with a little flour, food coloring,...
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