Weaving kids

Get your kids involved in a fun and creative activity with these weaving ideas. Discover easy and exciting projects that will inspire their imagination and develop their fine motor skills.
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If you're looking for a fun, educational, _and_ practical craft project to do with the kids, or if you're interested in learning how to weave, this is the perfect tutorial for you. With a few simple materials, you can create these pretty striped "mug rug" coasters for yourself, or to give away as gifts.

Daniele Simmons
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Here is a paper cup weaving craft for kids to make and gift to a friend or keep themselves. It’s creates a decorative cup that you can store odd bits and pieces in. This craft is ideal for children of school age and you’ll find they struggle to stop at making just one. I find […]

Marie Madeleine
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Create this woven bowl using only a free printable template, a paper plate, and yarn. This craft is great for elementary or middle school art lessons to introduce weaving and for making useful items for the home. What is cool about weaving is that it can be done in one short sitting and it is a good way to get the basics of weaving skills down. This do-it-yourself woven bowl makes for great and useful decorations in your home. Your kids can custom color coat the bowl to fit their favorite…

Wanda King
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Weaving on simple cardboard looms was a favorite activity at our nature art themed summer camp last year. Making your owl loom is so simple and uses materials you probably have laying around your house. Even though it’s just cardboard, with a little care you can reuse it over and over to make all

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