Craft Connection

Get really wild and use industrial sized coffee filters and paint stirrers to make mammoth butterflies. Figure out how to add that “something extra” to traditional craft projects.

Need more ideas for craft projects? Many Web sites offer free craft ideas. Some of these include:

www.kidsdomain.com

www.kinderart.com

www.enchantedlearning.com

www.makingfriends.com

www.auntannie.com

Sometimes a few unusual supplies can spice up a traditional craft program. From specialty papers and brushes, wood tops or even miniature tee pees, you can find all of that an more by contacting the advertisers in this magazine.

Craft programs provide an excellent opportunity for children to have a tactile and creative experience. Video games come and go, but that lumpy clay pencil holder will remain on mom’s desk for years to come!

Silvana Clark has over 20 years experience helping thousands of children create arts and crafts projects. (She thinks the dried paint under her fingernails might start a new beauty trend.) A frequent speaker at camp and recreation conferences, Silvana is also a spokesperson for S&S Worldwide.

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