Easy crafts for kids are more than a way to pass the time. Crafts provide a foundation for learning fine motor skills, understanding colors and numbers, developing creativity and artistic expression, and developing thinking skills.
Another benefit from easy crafts for kids is a greater understanding of cultures. Many international crafts are simple enough for children to complete and kids can learn about that culture while being creative. Have the child locate the country on a map and encourage them to research the area. What do kids do for fun? What do they eat?
In much of the world, crafts play an even greater role for kids. Children use natural resources and trash to make items to sell and then use the proceeds to buy food for their family. Take time to discuss poverty with your kids. Our magazine will give you many opportunities to have those discussions.
Unforgettable Watering Can
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