Today we’re looking at weaving around the world: from Ghana to Afghanistan, Guatemala to the Navajo in the southwest US. Explore these books with your children and then try one of the incredible weaving projects for kids! Learn how weaving is an age-old craft in multiple cultures around the world.
Posted in Afghanistan, Africa, Arts and Crafts, Asia, Ghana, Guatemala, The Americas, United States
Tagged indigenous, Native American, Navajo, Penobscot
This is a creative, fun skeleton craft that is perfect for kids learning about Day of the Dead- and can be easily adapted for high school Spanish classes!
This post is sponsored by Tulip Glow Paint.
My 9 year old daughter has decided that she is growing out of her hard pumpkin trick-or-treat bag, so I thought we could upcycle a cloth grocery bag for her treats this year. We were sent some Tulip Glow Paint to try out and are SO excited to show you how we made our Day of the Dead “calavera” bags!
School-wide displays can help to create the overall feeling of inclusiveness in a school. Check out these bulletin board ideas that expose kids to world languages encourage global thinking!
How cute is my little guy sporting Day of the Dead face paint as a “calavera” (skull)?? Here are some simple step-by-step instructions to create your own unique Day of the Dead face paint design! Whether you’re going for cute or creepy, you can complete your Day of the Dead or Halloween look with Tulip® Body Art®! Continue reading