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Crafts: Make It!
  • Make It! Superhero Costume Make It! Superhero Costume

    Nothing says imagination like a superhero costume. Superman or Wonder Woman can rock this outfit, styled and decorated just the way they like it. Let Mom and Dad put the cape together and the rest of the decorating is up to you.

  • Draw Comics with Miss Lasko-Gross Draw Comics with Miss Lasko-Gross

    Comic strips are some of the most simple and effective ways to tell stories, especially to kids. With such little text, the story is told primarily through illustrations and is generally humorous and fun. Miss Lasko-Gross is an American comic creator known for her semi-autobiographical graphic novels Escape from Special and A Mess of Everything. Though a lot of her work is adult-oriented, her recent step into motherhood must have been somewhat of an influence when we asked her to collaborate with us on some comic book drawing fun for kids.

  • Make It! Tiger Collage Make It! Tiger Collage

    Wild tiger numbers are at an all-time low, according to the World Wildlife Fund. "We have lost 97% of wild tigers in just over a century. Tigers may be one of the most revered animals, but they are also vulnerable to extinction. As few as 3,200 exist in the wild today." Through our partnership with Tea Collection, whose fall collection is inspired by the Chinese Art District, we decided to draw some attention to the tiger.

  • The Family Necklace Project The Family Necklace Project

    When it’s time for my kids to go back to school, they often get anxious about the transition. To help ease this anxiety, we make a very special family necklace together. It’s also a great project for kids nervous about going to summer camp or anywhere else that’s out of their comfort zone. We take a photo of each family member (including our two adorable dogs and our fish Santa, of course). We glue the pictures onto tags made of oak tag and then cover

  • Make it! Collage Lunchbox Make it! Collage Lunchbox

    Healthy lunches and snacks are so important for children to take to school. Encouraging them to pack and choose what goes inside their lunchbox will help to make sure they are getting the right amount of foods they need to concentrate and last the long school hours. Ask them to choose their favorite fruits, sandwich toppings, snacks, drinks and ultimate treats, and they will be more motivated to eat the lot. But just as important as the contents is the lunchbox itself.

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