Maracas are a festive way to celebrate occasions like Cinco de Mayo or even to just make for fun and play. Usually in a pair, their rhythmic sound are sure to be a hit with your child. I found this craft in a book awhile back and finally got the chance to make it with . . . . .
My son recently had a birthday party where I hung green crepe paper all over to give a jungle look. I didn’t want to just throw it away, so I found some fun projects to make with him reusing the crepe paper. This is a paper plate octopus that I helped him make. I let . . . . .
I made these Homemade Animal Masks for my son’s Jungle Safari birthday party. He loved the owl mask we did so I knew it would be a big hit! We made a lion, zebra, monkey, tiger, giraffe, white tiger, and cheetah mask. Supplies Needed: Paper plates Construction paper Popsicle craft sticks Markers Scissors Glue The main circle part . . . . .
23 months old submitted by Tyler 3 1/2 years old Make a prince, princess, boy, girl, superman or anything else you can think of all with just empty paper towel and toilet paper rolls, construction paper, yarn, masking tape, and glue.Your child can have fun decorating it with markers, glitter, buttons, stickers, etc.
These Toilet Paper Tube Binoculars are easy to make! All you need is 2 empty toilet paper rolls, masking tape, and yarn. Tape the 2 rolls together either like shown in the picture. Cut a piece of yarn so that it is long enough to go over the child’s head when tied to the homemade . . . . .