Hands On Crafts for Kids
Remember where you came from, your parents, grandparents, country and nationality. Here are crafts that will help you chronicle your personal history. Open: When keeping track of your history, the first place to start iswith photos. See how to display your pictures in a creative way, especially those extra wallet sized prints of school pictures. #308-1: Family Tree -- Paint a form for recording family history. This is a great way to open conversation with your parents and grandparents. #308-2: Memory Game -- In this updated version of the matching game, use reprints of old photos to learn about your family. #308-3: Paper Dolls -- This is one craft that's never lost its popularity. Create a doll that looks just like you and reflects your heritage. #308-4: Marbelized Journal -- Become your family historian keeping track of all of the track events that are important to you in a great journal. You'll be using a new technique with chalk to marbelize. #308-5: Editor's Feature -- Carol Sheffler of THE TODAY SHOW uses rubber stamping to keep all members of the family in touch. #308-6: Hands On Project -- Update. [28 minutes]
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Series Description: Hands on Crafts for Kids is packed with fun craft projects. We want crafting to become a part of your life every day; surround yourself with things you make, and make being creative a part of who you are. Projects include kids' crafts for ages 7 to 12.
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