cereal box monster jaws | fun & easy big kid craft
This is a perfect craft for big kids or older children - cardboard monster jaws. Made from cereal boxes, this is a fun, easy craft activity for summer.
Magazine Holders from Cereal Boxes
Here’s a craft that is fun to do, recycles empty cereal boxes, and organizes those stacks of magazines, paperback books and miscellaneous papers around the house or in your child’s bedroom.
Disney Family | Recipes, Crafts and Activities
Don't recycle that cereal box, upcycle it! Check out these 20 things to do that your toddler will love with that empty cereal box.
Tutorial: Paper Angels - Sewing Daisies
Tutorial: Paper Angels Template adapted from ‘Julepynt med Saks of Papir’ Materials Coloured card Cereal Box Newsprint or tissue paper Glue Scissors Thread Paper Angel Template Trove – has a wonderful online collection of Newspapers & Magazines from 1930’s – 1990’s to download and print off for a vintage […] Read more...
Cereal Box Soccer | Highlights
Kids get to draw their own soccer players (themselves or their favorite players) and make it a one-on-one game. The game is also great for playing in the car, whether you’re on your way to soccer camp or not.
....with my youngest. During the week it is very hard for me to make it to my craft room. My boys need help with homework, rides to places, and other various things that crop up. My youngest often gets bored and looks on-line for projects to make. Cardboard, scissors and duct tape are his favorite tools! Last night he recruited me to help him make a folder from cereal boxes. He wanted me to show you the finished project. Here is the inside of the folder. He found the instructions on the…
Make a Robot from a Cereal Box
I am all about recycled crafts. I collect toilet paper and paper towel tubes, cereal boxes, empty cans, yogurt containers, plastic lids, and so on. I love robots and aliens, they make such adorable craft
5th Grade - Sphere Sculptures (Decorative Paper)
Pinterest strikes again! I saw these: http://myplumpudding.blogspot.com/2009/04/cereal-box-globes-for-earth-day.html I wasn't exactly sure how these were going to get woven into my curriculum this year - but I was sure they would fit somewhere. I decided these would fit with 3D, values, hues, personal choices, recycling/upcycling - and so much more! So, the students haven't actually made these yet - today I had them decorate cardboard that has about the same thickness as cereal boxes. The…