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Glow-in-the-Dark Bouncy Ball

GlowintheDark Bouncy Ball Make a bouncy ball that glows in the dark, so it won't matter when it's time for lights out. The Glow-in-the-Dark Bouncy Ball is the latest and greatest way to bounce your way into fun. Creative craft ideas for children are great ways to get them to start thinking creatively. When you see how easy it to learn how to make bouncy balls that glow, you might start getting some clever ideas for crafts for kids yourself. This awesome homemade toy doubles as a science project since you have to mix individual ingredients to make something great.

 

Flying Paper Plate Frisbee

Flying Paper Plate Frisbee Get up and out of the house with this summer craft. All it takes is a simple paper plate to transform a boring day into a great one. A Flying Paper Plate Frisbee is an easy kids' craft that will let your creativity soar as high as the birds do. Take this budget-friendly paper plate craft for kids out for a spin at the park, summer camp or in your own backyard. Decorate your own Frisbee just the way you like it with flowers, shapes, or a rainbow of colors and that way you will know exactly which one is yours when you compete in a throwing contest.

 

How to Make a Kaleidoscope

How to Make a Kaleidoscope Learning How to Make a Kaleidoscope doesn't have to be a difficult activity, especially when your kids want to make one themselves. Easy kids' crafts like this one are perfect for letting your little ones show their creativity. They will have a blast creating their own unique kaleidoscope using toilet paper roll crafts and fun colored paper. There are just so many different ways that they can make their kaleidoscope, and this activity is also a great science project that will have your kids learning about the refraction of light off of a mirrored surface.

 

Clothespin Military Airplanes

Clothespin Military Airplanes Learning how to make an airplane is a lot of fun, especially when you use materials that you never thought of using. These Clothespin Military Airplanes are some of the coolest DIY airplane crafts because this idea combines popsicle stick crafts and clothespin crafts. Your little ones won't have a chance to say that they're bored during craft time when they make these little planes. They will get to put their wonderful artistic skills to use and paint a neat design on their planes. When they're finished, they'll get to have the time of their lives playing with their homemade toys.

 

Golden Glitter Slime without Borax

Golden Glitter Slime without Borax Make slime that's worth the price of gold. For the fanciest crafter, Golden Glitter Slime without Borax is a treat to behold. It's stretchy, sticky, and oh-so pretty. Some parents prefer to avoid certain materials, so you may have heard Mom question how to make slime without Borax, and now you can show her this tutorial. Arts and crafts projects are the best ways to get creative and expand your imagination. You will absolutely love playing with this gorgeous slime day after day.

 

Fun Marshmallow Catapult

Fun Marshmallow Catapult What better way to have marshmallow wars than to use a homemade catapult? Your little ones will love learning how to make a catapult when they get to make this Fun Marshmallow Catapult. The great thing about this catapult in particular is the unexpected way in which it is made. It is so simple and easy to make that your kids will be able to shoot marshmallows across the room in no time, and when they are finished, they can eat the marshmallows. It does not get any better than being able to eat a ton of marshmallows.

 

Hello Jell-O Honey Play Dough

Hello JellO Honey Play Dough Playing with homemade playdough is always a lot of fun for kids, but if they can eat it then that makes it even better. Hello Jell-O Honey Play Dough is an edible playdough that your little ones will have a blast making for playtime. One of the things that you always have to worry about when kids play with playdough is if they will decide to eat it or not. Well, this homemade play dough can leave you worry-free. Your kids won't believe their little ears when you tell them that they can eat their creations!

 

DIY Rainbow Loom

DIY Rainbow Loom Now you wont have to figure out where to buy a rainbow loom. Save money and make this DIY Rainbow Loom instead! The DIY Rainbow Loom works just as well as the plastic looms, but it wont break. All you have to do is raid your tool shed and ask Mom and Dad to help you with the hammer. Learning how to make your own Rainbow Loom is surprisingly easy, and this tutorial's simple instructions will help you get exactly the right measurements to create Rainbow Loom bracelets.

 

Life-Size Pool Noodle Ponies

LifeSize Pool Noodle Ponies Giddy-up and ride on over to the craft closet to make one of the most fun craft projects for kids. Life-Size Pool Noodle Ponies are an incredibly awesome kids' craft idea because they're easy to make and a blast to play with. Race around the house to see whose horsey is the fastest, or use them as western-type decorations in a little boy's room. These kids' craft activities would be perfect for a cowboy birthday party.

 

Cheerful Cardboard Pirate Ship

Cheerful Cardboard Pirate Ship All aboard! This Cheerful Cardboard Pirate Ship is no match for milk carton ships of the past. It's durable enough to withstand all the rocky shores you can sail. You can add any fabric you want to make colorful sails, or paint the hull for even more fun. Boys and girls alike will love this Cheerful Cardboard Pirate Ship. This cardboard craft includes printable patterns and has a lot of details like a wheel, portholes, and benches, so don't be afraid to ask mom or dad for help to make your ship special.

 

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