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How to Make a Fun Summer Craft for Kids: A Watermelon Cardholder

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Watermelon cardholder craft is an excellent summer activity to keep mementos. Summer is not complete without playing in the pool, picnics or eating delicious cold treats. But just like a rainy day, a hot summer day can prevent children from enjoying the outdoors.

What are some activities that can keep children busy on a hot summer day? Besides playing cards and board games, children and parents can enjoy making fun and easy crafts. Other activities include creating pet rocks, learning a new language, and summer reading.

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Earth Day craft for kids: How to make a Paper Mache globe

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Learning about Earth Day can be a fun activity for kids. It can also be a rewarding experience for parents and children. By making this Earth Day craft together, it allows the relationship between parents and children to bloom that can’t be replaced by anything else.

Also, by working together on projects, it promotes cooperation and teamwork. These are skills, which are slowly being diminished by distractions like excessive video games and other types of physical and mental hazards to kids.

Crafts with kids also open up the channels of communication between parents and children. Thus, in this project, you’ll be making a globe representing the Earth. Working together and reading are great activities to do as a family to enhance the relationship between parent and child.

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Fun art craft for kids: Using finger-paints to learn about ladybugs habitat

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Ladybugs are insects so small that you may be lucky to hold them in your hand. These harmless creatures also provide a safe way to take care of your plants. They love to feed on microscopic organisms like aphids, which can deteriorate a plant.

In science, there is plenty of observations about nature and children are the best at making scientific interpretations. Communication is key when children are exploring nature. A science journal is always a great way to record children observations of nature.

Learning about ladybugs is also good when you notice them in their natural environment. They like to live in plants, trees, shrubs, and flower beds. In this craft, children will be able to make a picture of where ladybugs live.

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