Maze illustrations provided
by Joe Wos, author of
50 Mazes for Kids”
(Barron’s Educational Series $6.99)
This Maker Monday project uses just four ingredients and comes together quickly for a fun afternoon activity.
As birds come to feed, identify them through the Audubon Society Guide to North American Birds website.
This fun maker activity gives kids a chance to make something the whole family can share.
When the weather outside is frightful, it's time to bring sports indoors.
These rockets are a great way to illustrate Newton's Third Law of Motion: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Printmaking at home can be a fun STEAM activity using a few basic supplies and a whole bunch of creativity.
These Button Bowls add a bit of sparkle and color to the Maker Monday lineup.
Little kids can exercise their fine motor skills by sewing the yarn through holes and weaving a web for their spider.
Maker Monday plays with paper this week to create Paper People.
Here's a new way to play with marbles and experiment with gravity.
Kids have been making macaroni crafts for generations. With this week's Maker Monday project, part of the fun is dyeing the macaroni as the first step.
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