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Birthday Calendar Spring

Birthday Calendar Summer

Birthday Calendar Fall

Birthday Calendar Winter


Put the Animals in the Mitten Glove

Put the Animals in the Mitten Animals

Put the Animals in the Mitten Glove Reversed

Make your own Holiday Ornaments

Paper Chicky Chain


Umbrella Masks Froggy


Umbrella Masks Toucan

Umbrella Masks Kinkajou


Umbrella Masks Tapir

Umbrella Masks Quetzal

Umbrella Masks Monkey

Umbrella Masks Jaguar

Umbrella Masks Hummingbird

Gingerbread Baby Bassett Hound

Gingerbread Baby Goat

Gingerbread Baby Dog

Gingerbread Baby Fox

Gingerbread Baby Cat


Gingerbread Baby Pig


The rabbit

The Hedgehog

The owl


The badger

The mole




The Fox

The Bear


The mouse




Hedga's Wedding Dress

Hedgie's Wedding Suit


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Hedga Bunny

Hedgie Bunny


Jester Hat

Hedga's Hiking Clothes

Hedga's Hiking Hat

Hedga's Ballerina Tutu


Fireman's Hat

Cowgirl Clothes

Cowgirl Hat

Cowboy Clothes

Cowboy Hat 

Learn to draw a Bear



How to draw a Hedgehog


Mrs. Town Mouse

Mr. Town Mouse

Mrs. Country Mouse

Mr. Country Mouse

The Owl

The Cat 


Celebrate the season of winter by making these perfect six sided snowflakes. Use them to decorate your windows.

What you need:

Plate or cereal bowl
Glitter and glue - optional
Crayons or markers - optional

What you do:


Lay the plate or bowl upside down on the paper. Trace around the rim. Remove the plate or bowl and cut out the circle you made.


Fold the circle in half.


Fold the outsides in as shown in diagram.


Fold the paper in half.

5. You are now ready to begin cutting out the design of your snowflake. Do not cut away all folds or the snowflake will fall apart.
6. Gently unfold the snowflake and see what kind of design you have created.
7. Optional: put dabs of glue on the snowflake and sprinkle with glitter or colour them.


Stained Glass Window

What you need:

One piece of black construction paper
Different pieces of coloured tissue paper
Glue or tape

What you do:

1. Decide how you want your stained glass window to look.
2. Cut out the different shapes for your design on the construction paper. It is best to leave some space between each shape.
3. On the back of the construction paper glue or tape tissue paper, making sure to cover all the holes you cut out.
4. Let your masterpiece dry (if you used glue).
5. Hang in a sunny window and enjoy. Here is a sample pattern you might want to try.


Braided Jump Rope

What you need:

3 pieces of coloured yarn
Different kinds of beads
  Tape or a little heavy rock

What you do:

1. Take the three pieces of yarn and make them the same size as a jump rope, you can use an old jump rope as your measuring tool.
2. When the first piece of yarn is the correct size cut it at the end then put another piece of yarn up to the first piece and snip it off at the end. Do the same with the third piece of yarn.
3. Tie the three pieces of yarn together with a sturdy knot.
4. Tape the three pieces of yarn to a table or something sturdy or use a rock to hold the yarn down.
 5. Once you have the yarn firmly secured, begin braiding the three pieces of yarn. Whenever you want, stop braiding and stick a bead on the middle string and start braiding again. Continue doing this until you have braided all the yarn.
 6. Tie a knot at the end and enjoy your braided jump rope.


Twirling Windmills

Make your own windmills to decorate the top of a pencil or just for fun!

What you need:

Pins with large heads
Small beads
Stiff coloured paper
Pencils with erasers on the end or pieces of wooden dowel

What you do:

1. Using your ruler measure and draw to equal size squares on two different colours of paper.
2. Cut out the squares.
3. Using the ruler, draw two diagonal lines across each square so that they cross in the middle. Cut 2/3 of the way on each line towards the centre.
4. Holding the squares of paper together, bend the paper back along each cut line toward the center. Hold the corners with your fingers until you have all four corners folded into the center.
5. Push a pin through the centre making sure it goes through all four corners. Then slip a small bead on the back.
6. Push the pin into the eraser of a pencil or the doweling.
7. Blow on your windmill and watch it spin!


Caramel Popcorn

This recipe is one of Squigly's favourite. This recipe for caramel popcorn is easy to make and tastes really delicious. It makes a great present! Please make this recipe with adult supervision.

What you need:

Adult helper
Red Check 8 cups popped, unbuttered popcorn
Red Check 1/2 cup peanuts + raisons (optional)
Red Check 1/3 cup butter
Red Check 1/2 cup brown sugar
Red Check 1/4 cup corn syrup

What you do:

1. Make sure you have an adult helper for this recipe, the syrup is extremely hot and you will be using the stove and oven for this recipe. Preheat oven to 300 degrees.
2. Pop popcorn and measure peanuts and/or raisins. Remove any unpopped kernels.
3. In a small pot put butter, brown sugar and corn syrup, add a pinch of salt. Bring to a boil on high heat, stirring constantly. Boil for 2 minutes. Be sure to stir continually!
4. Remove pot from heat and pour liquid over popcorn and peanuts and/or raisons.
5. Mix until popcorn, peanuts and/or raisins are well coated.
6. Spray a cookie sheet or shallow roasting pan with non-stick cooking spay.
7. Scoop popcorn onto baking dish and bake for 15 minutes. Stir occasionally.
8. Once baked, stir popcorn and caramel together until coated and cooled.
9. Store in an airtight container.
10. Gift idea: package in pretty plastic bags or gift boxes lined with wax paper and give as gifts.


What you need:

Baking or self hardening clay in several colours Marbles
An adult helper if using baking clay

What you do:

1. Take a small piece of clay and roll it into a ball, if you want multicoloured marbles, use 2 or 3 colours. Make about 10 small marbles, and 1 larger one, for rolling. You can make them all different.
2. Bake or dry the marbles according to the directions on the package of clay.

How to play a game of marbles:

  • Get together with a friend who has their own marbles or share your marbles.
  • Draw a circle outside on the sidewalk (or any other hard outdoor surface) with chalk.
  • Place the marbles in the circle and give the big marble to your friend.
  • Have your friend try to roll your marbles out of the centre, she will claim the marbles she knocks out, but, if she rolls one of her marbles out of the circle you get that marble!
  • Take turns until all the marbles are gone.
  • The person with the most marbles wins!

Note: you should make your marbles different colours, so you can tell who rolled who's marble out of the circle.



What you need:

A grownup helper Box of Crayons
Small crayons with paper removed
Muffin baking tray
Muffin cups (paper type)

What you do:

1. Preheat oven to 250°F (120°C).
2. Place a muffin cup in each cup of the muffin tray.
3. Put some crayons in each cup. Mix the colours to make multi-coloured crayons. Make sure you have removed the paper wrapper from the crayons. Do not overfill cups.
4. Ask your adult helper to place the baking tray in the oven. For extra fun, turn on the oven light, so you can watch the crayons melt
5. Bake for approximately 10 minutes or until all the crayons are melted.
6. Remove baking tray from oven and allow to cool.
7. Remove from tray and peel off paper muffin cups. Now you have new, multi-coloured crayons. These make cool little gifts for younger siblings and friends.

Button Flowers

What you need:

Stiff construction paper
Pipe cleaners

What you do:

1. Cut out flowers from different colours of construction paper. Choose buttons that match your flowers.
2. Center a button with the middle of your flower. Poke a pipe cleaner through your flower so that it comes up and through the first hole of your button, then poke it down through the next hole in the button and through your flower.
3. Twist the short end of the pipe cleaner around the long end, directly under the flower and button.


"God's Eyes"

The Huichol Indians of Mexico and the Aymara Indians of Bolivia weave brightly colored yarn on a simple frame of crossed sticks to make a design called "Ojo de Dios" or "Eye of God". Originally, "God's Eyes" were made to be placed on an altar so that the gods could watch over the praying people and protect them. They are now more often sold in markets, reminding us that God looks with love on people everywhere.

This project is divided into 2 steps. The first is a single "God's Eye" made with 2 crossed sticks. The other, at the bottom of the page, a multiple series of "God's Eyes" which should be attempted only after you have made the single one first.

Materials you will need:

2 small sticks, fairly straight and approximately 5" long OR 2 popsicle sticks (the sticks can be fairly smooth tree branches or dowels)

Scissors and pencil

1-3 skeins each of Watercolours thread in Buttercup, Emerald, Flame and Mediterranean

Small Bells for Decoration (optional)

Step 1: Cross the sticks at the center. Tie them together with the end of a piece of yarn, making an X, but don't cut the yarn off its skein (Figure 2). Tie the yarn IN BACK of the 2 crossed sticks (Figure 1).

Step 2: With the pencil, number the sticks at the ends, in the center. (Figure 3)

Step 3 : Bring the yarn to the front between sticks 3 and 4. Pull the yarn over stick 3 and the next one too (stick 2), and bring it to the back between sticks 2 and 1. Wrap it behind stick 2 and bring it to the front again between sticks 2 and 3. Pull it over stick 2 and the next one too (stick 1), and wrap it behind stick 1 (Figure 3).

Step 4: Pull the yarn over stick 1 and the next one too (stick 4) and wrap it behind stick 4. Pull it over stick 4 and the next one too (stick 3) and wrap it behind stick 3. This is one complete round. Always lay the yarn next to, NOT on top of the yarn already in place.

Step 5: Keep on wrapping the yarn behind each stick, over that stick and the next, and around behind that one, then over that stick and the next and behind that one. (Figure 4)As you continue making the rounds, always be sure that the yarn lies next to, but never on top of the yarn in the previous round. After the first few rounds, you will see the woven pattern of the "eye" beginning to form.

Step 6 : When you have an "eye" in one color of yarn, you can cut the yarn and tie on another color, and continue weaving. Make sure that the knot that you joined the 2 colors with, stays in the back (Figure 5).

Step 7: Keep weaving the "God's Eye" until you are about 1/2 inch from the ends of the sticks. Cut the yarn, leaving approximately a 7-8" tail. Tie the tail in a knot in back .If you have bells for decoration, attach one to each of the 4 ends.

A "God's Eye" this size can be use as a decoration, hung almost anywhere. At Christmas you can even hang them on your tree. They can also be made in miniature with the thread wound on toothpicks, but these are delicate and much harder to handle.

Step 8: You can make a larger, more complicated Project with multiple "God's Eyes" by crossing 2 larger sticks ,12 inches or longer, and then crossing a short stick at the end of each long one. (See the picture of the finished "God's Eye".) Weave out only about 2-3 inches from the center of the shorter sticks, farther on the longer ones. To make this larger one, you are really just making 5 single "God's Eyes" the way you did in steps 1 to 7 above. Weave the center "God's Eye" first. Then weave each of the 4 smaller "Eyes", projecting out from the center, using the same method. Tie bells on the ends and where the individual "God's Eyes" meet, just for fun. You can also make individual "God's Eyes" in different sizes to make up a really neat mobile.

Step 9: Make a twisted cord to loop over the topmost "God's Eye" sticks that project from side to side, at the top.(See completed multiple "God's Eye".) For details about making a twisted cord see our Kid_s Project Archives for Rainbow Shoelaces with Pom-poms : Steps 3 and 4.

Wow! Great job! Bet you're the first one on your block to have a genuine "Ojo de Dios " weaving! And you learned a bit of Spanish besides! Bueno!


ROGGBIF   = Rød, orange, gul, grønn, blå, indigo og fiolett.


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