Do-It-Yourself! Kids of all ages love to explore and be creative – everything from duct tape to cardboard boxes can inspire creativity and the desire to develop and hone new skills. By experimenting with materials, kids can learn new artistic techniques, practice designing and problem solving, and learn STEM skills that will stick with them. California-based website, DIY, provides a social platform upon which kids can share their work and ingenuity with… Read More
DIY Pictorial: Yarn Wrapped Tin Can Planters By Amber Ladley When Hilltown Families asked Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse to come up with a creative (and decorative) way to help families plant Paperwhite bulbs donated by Hadley Garden Center at the first ever Hilltown Families’ Family Community Service Night, we put our clever minds to work. Our goal was to have an activity that was easy enough for people of all… Read More
The culinary experience of exploring food customs from around the world can bring families an integrated course of study on cultural traditions and arts! Check out our archived DIY post on how to make your own Mexican Sugar Skulls for the Mexican holiday, Day of the Dead (El Diá de los Muertos), and make it into a social activity with friends and families too…
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