3 Easy Craft Projects to Teach Your Kids Sustainability
What better way to kick start the new year than to impart a lesson on sustainability while having fun working on some arts & crafts with your kids? This article features 3 easy craft projects using recycled materials for you and your little ones to try your hands at this weekend!
1. PAPER PLATE DREAM CATCHER
Say goodbye to bad dreams with this DIY paper plate dream catcher! Simple and fun to create, these beautiful dream catchers can be used to spruce up your home.
Find the tutorial by Easy Peasy Creative Ideas below!
2. LEAF PAINTING
Bring nature into your home with leaf painting. All you need are some fresh leaves, paint and paper, and get ready to unleash your creativity!
Find the tutorial by Art Bar below!
3. MILK CARTON BIRD FEEDER
Not sure what to do with all the leftover milk cartons? You can now put them to good use by turning them into bird feeders. Watch your kids squeal in delight when the feathered ones drop by for a visit.
Find the tutorial by Crayola below!
In the mood to be out and about? Check out our latest blog article on some exciting and educational art events and activities in Singapore that you can visit this weekend!
Find all tutorials here:
1. Paper Plate Dream Catcher: https://theseamanmom.com/paper-plate-dream-catcher/
2. Leaf Painting: https://www.artbarblog.com/leaf-painting-with-kids/
3. Milk Carton Bird Feeder: https://www.crayola.com/crafts/milk-carton-bird-feeder-craft/
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