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Top 5 Easter Craft Projects For Kids

March 21st, 2011 by admin

Easter is one holiday that kids eagerly await. Involving your children in Easter themed craft projects makes the celebration even more special for them. So here are five surefire projects to bring out their creativity.

If your kids love to draw, they can create their own Easter T-shirts using transfer fabric crayons. It’s simple and easy to do. Just have the kids draw an Easter design in pencil on regular non-glossy drawing paper. They could also trace a bunny, chick or Easter egg picture from a coloring book or use a stencil. Once they have an outline, they simply color it in with fabric crayons. Transferring their picture to fabric will require your help; it’s an iron-on transfer. Once you have transferred the design, the kids can color it in again and it can be reused. If there is a baby in your house, let the kids make an Easter transfer that you can apply to a bib for a baby carrier or a plain infant bodysuit. The finished transfers are machine washable.

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Educate Your Kids The Fun Way With These Sites

March 9th, 2011 by admin

Looking for a way to educate your kids without hard work? You won’t have to try to hard to get them to love these fun, but educational sites.

SFS Kids

SFS Kids offers fun with music. It’s a great way for your kids to gain a  detailed knowledge of the musical world while still having  fun and,  since it’s run by the San Francisco Symphony, you can be sure that the  musical information is reliable. The   Music Lab is divided into 8 sections, starting with the basics, where kids learn the language of music – all about notes, staffs and more.

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