Maze illustrations provided
by Joe Wos, author of
50 Mazes for Kids”
(Barron’s Educational Series $6.99)
This no-sew Maker Monday project gives kids a chance to imagine their own Olympic dreams.
With Maker Monday's Puff Ball Race Track, kids will have a blast with an activity that can involve multiple challengers or a solitary player.
Stand-Up Christmas Tree Cards are fun to make and look really cool standing alone on a shelf or as part of a complete forest.
Maker Monday Soft Pretzels involve large and small muscle skills, creativity, and the math aptitude required for measuring. And when they're finished, kids have a delicious treat.
Kids will find a handful of five wiggly puppets much more fun than single finger puppets when it comes to creative play.
Tossing confetti to celebrate winning sports teams, birthdays, and holidays is a blast. With Confetti Poppers, this week's Maker Monday activity, that blast takes on a new meaning.
Just in case you might have missed a few along the way, we’ve pulled together our Top 5 Maker Monday activities.
This week's Maker Monday project -- a Pine Cone Birdfeeder -- is a simple activity that will provide lots of opportunities for lessons in natural science.
Once you unveil the secret page, adults and kids alike will be obsessed with figuring out how the magic works.
A loud "pop!" is the payoff on Maker Monday's Exploding Sandwich Bag.
Maker Monday straddles the line between nature and art with Coffee Filter Leaves, an activity that offers STEM lessons.
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