February 21 2008 Crafts for Kids Newsletter
Crafts for International Mother Language Day
Take advantage of this interesting holiday to explore other languages and cultures.
The next article is one that will look at ways to celebrate feeding the birds. February is National Feeding the Birds month. It was amazing to me to look out my front window yesterday and see, at least, 4 dozen robins eating the crab apples from our trees, as well as those that had fallen to the ground. I don’t think I have ever seen that many together, and it also got me thinking about some other ways to attract some different birds. Why not head to the forum and offer some of your ideas on how crafts could help to attract other birds? I’ll stop by in the next day or two to get it started and will be anxious to you’re your comments.
Some of the holidays that are celebrated in March, since that is just around the corner, are Easter (it seems so early!), as well as the fun holiday of St. Patrick’s Day. March is also American Red Cross Month, and March 9 through 15 is Girl Scout Week. Have some fun thinking up ways to celebrate some of these holidays.
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