Maze illustrations provided
by Joe Wos, author of
50 Mazes for Kids”
(Barron’s Educational Series $6.99)
Maker Monday veers toward the cultural scene with graceful dancers made from the simplest supplies.
This inexpensive activity, made with supplies found in most households, packs a wow factor.
We found everything we needed in the kitchen and cardboard recycling bin.
Kids love bouncing bubbles on their hands like slow-motion jugglers!
This is a cool project for a range of ages, with smaller kids needing just a bit more guidance.
Surrounded by so much Easter candy, we found a better use of all those empty calories.
“The craft renaissance is here and the library wants Pittsburgh to join.”
Ice cream made by hand just tastes better!
Your delicate String Eggs will look pretty arranged in a bowl or hung on ribbons as a reminder of the arrival of spring.
Giving away these pretty hearts might feel like a sacrifice for a young maker, but anticipating the smiles they elicit will be worth it.
Little kids will find their giggles watching the moving colors swirl below the surface.
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