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FREE Preschool Crafts for Kids that are Easy, Fast, and Inexpensive to Make!

300 Crafts for Kids in 2011

That's right! 2011 is the year that GummyLump.com brings you 300 easy kids crafts that you can follow along with at home! As the Mom of two 3 year olds I am always looking for fun and creative crafts for my children. I have created and collected hundreds of kids craft ideas and hope you are as excited about this adventure as I am!
Almost every day I'll be posting a new preschool craft right here on our blog and also on our facebook page. My hope is that you'll follow along and try them with your own child (or classroom). We encourage your participation and want you to comment! On facebook, you can also post your completed projects! We love to see them :) Each week someone can win a giveaway too - just for posting your completed project!
These projects use basic kids art supplies and generally take from 5-30 minutes to complete. Not all will be strictly crafts, but all will be creative and appropriate for preschoolers.
Some kids art supplies to have on hand would include: child safe scissors, stick glue, glitter glue, paintbrushes, watercolor paint, construction paper, cotton balls, sequins, different theme foam stickers (gems, snowflakes, hearts), pipe cleaners, and googly eyes. Also, start saving the cardboard tubes from your toilet tissue and paper towels!

Each kids craft project will also include modifications for special needs, ways to make it challenging for older children, and associated educational activities!

Ready to start? Join us today!

Feel free to comment or post photos (on facebook) at any time! It doesn't matter when we originally posted the craft project!


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Wow, these are awesome!!!  Thanks Linda for posting all of these great projects.  I am going to do one tomorrow with my son!
Thank you Robyn! Please visit our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/gummylump and post your results! You'll automatically be entered to win our weekly giveaway! Have fun with the crafts :)

robyn long said:
Wow, these are awesome!!!  Thanks Linda for posting all of these great projects.  I am going to do one tomorrow with my son!
I LOVE your site!!!!

Melissa
melomomma.com
Thank you Melissa!! Post a finished craft from our 300 Crafts for Kids in 2011 and you'll be entered to win $25 in Kids Art Supplies each Friday :)

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