Craft ideas that help kids learn about the cultures and customs of other countries.
Dream Catcher Craft
A dream catcher is a handmade hoop crisscrossed with webbing and decorated with feathers and beads. Many Native American tribes believed that dream catchers were powerful enough to capture bad dreams in their web, allowing only good dreams to reach the sleeper.
Make a pinata to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, your child's birthday, or any day! Kids will probably be most interested in the candy and prizes, but the process of making the pinata is pretty fun too!
Huichol Indian Yarn Paintings
Stories and myths in paintings of yarn help them retain their cultural identity.
Olympic Craft Ideas
The Olympics are almost here and hopefully this will inspire you to create some crafts related to this wonderful event.
Paper Lantern from Sri Lanka
Directions for making a paper lantern based on the lotus lanterns from Sri Lanka.
Pipe Cleaner One Decade Rosary
Teaching children the importance of prayer using these one decade rosaries can be fun. All you need is 2 craft materials and a prayerful heart.
Rain Stick Craft
Whether they are made as a fun cultural activity or just for a rainy day diversion, rain sticks are a unique craft project. After all, unlike a painting, rain sticks can be played with long after the crafting is complete!
Travel Dreams “Flight of Imagination”
If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be? Once you decide you can put together a travel dream box.
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In Canada, on the Monday before May 25th each year there is a celebration. This holiday is to celebrate the birthday of Queen Victoria who was born on May 24, 1819.
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