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Don’t forget to check out #CardsForCaregivers: create an appreciation card for medical workers battling Covid-19!
Check out these tie dye bookmarks that are not only easy to make, but fun to make! Make it for your mom on Mother’s Day! They’re so pretty, you’ll want to show them off!
Be an engineer and design one of these iconic Rube Goldberg Machines. See how creative you can get, how long you can make the machine work, and how many tries till it actually succeeds!
This DIY jewelry project lets kids create unique bracelets they’ll love to wear. Simply use decorative tapes and leftover electrical wire to create duct and washi tape bracelets.
Whether it’s summery neon flowers hanging from the ceiling or a snowflake on the point of your Christmas tree, this decoration will wrap up the look of your interior.
DIY friendship bracelets! In this easy friendship bracelets tutorial, learn how to make 5 beautiful, easy friendship bracelet designs and projects, perfect for beginners, and for your friends!
Do you like origami? Here is a playlist for more Simple Origami tutorials! You’ll never get bored!
This is a playlist that contains over 400 short, easy origami tutorials with a wide variety of themes from Christmas to Pokemon to Harry Potter. Try it out!
Official Play-Doh website with tutorials and ideas for clay creations of all shapes and sizes!
Variety of fun arts and crafts that kids can do easily! You can browse by age level as well using the left-hand sidebar.
Are you a little bored of 2-D, old-fashioned cards? If so, then learn how to make 3-D, pop-up cards!
Discover the world of colorful bubbles that don’t disappear when they pop but rather create a beautiful work of art on your paper!
Browse through these different crafts and choose the ones you’re interested in!
This easy project is a great way to display photos, post cards, message and more. All you need is scrap fabric, cardboard, glue and some clothespins.
Make your own snowglobe with your favorite lego characters!
Using just two ingredients, this crystal science experiment makes a great first project for kids interested in growing crystals.
We use notebooks all the time, but do you know how to make one? Forget about finding the right design you like, because now you can design it yourself!
Create your own cartoon characters with this free website!
Build your favorite Lego creations using this free online platform. See how creative you are!
Are you interested in helping your local community by donating to regional organizations like hospitals and food banks?
Check out Give Local! It’s an easy-to-navigate website listing county-level organizations you can support. Kind of like Edu Atlas, but for helping your local community.
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