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Thanksgiving Craft Projects for Kids

Keeping children entertained during one of the busiest holidays of the year can be a challenge, especially if you have many things going on. Fortunately, you can make your children’s time worthwhile by giving them things to do. Keep your children’s boredom at bay with Thanksgiving craft projects that they can enjoy doing on their own, with you, or with other kids.

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Children and Safety Hazards

Unfortunately, the world is full of potential hazards to which curious and inexperienced children fall victim. As a nervous and protective mom, you likely want to keep your child safe at all times. While constant protection is not possible, you can reduce the likelihood that your child suffers a serious injury by educating yourself and him on the hazards that he must face while navigating the world in which he lives.

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Preschool Alphabet Art Ideas

If you are ready to begin teaching your preschooler the alphabet, consider doing so using arts and crafts. In addition to encouraging creativity, alphabet-themed art activities are an effective tool for reinforcing letter recognition, sounds and the spelling of simple words. When children use their minds and hands to create art, they are using several parts of their brain, which can lead to increased retention.

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Preschool Activities for Winter

In the colder winter months, have preschool activities lined up so that your children don’t get bored or go stir crazy from cabin fever. Since heading to the park or playing outdoors is contingent on the weather, it’s a good idea to have both outdoor and indoor activities planned for your preschooler. The best winter preschool activities will be age-appropriate and of interest to your child.

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Craft Projects for Kids

A well-chosen craft project is the antidote to the dreaded scourge of summer vacation and rainy weekend days–boredom. Kids love to make things and to show off the things that they make with their own two hands. Whether you need to occupy one kid on a rainy Saturday, or entertain a whole crew for summer camp, youth group meetings or a birthday party, your best tools are a well-stocked craft supply cabinet and a working knowledge of kids’ crafts.