Kindergarten Craft Woven Hearts by Rainbows within Reach
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Mid-winter is the perfect time to create a gift-of-love with the children in your life. These woven ‘dream catchers’ are as easy to make as they are stunning in their completion. With simple materials and quick instruction, children are guided by their own creativity in creating a unique master-piece. Each child’s project, in an ‘open-ended’ style, gives their finished heart a sense of truly being one-of-a-kind. Certain to be treasured by the recipient, this idea is equally perfect for Valentine’s Day as it is for observing the work and heart of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his dreams for the future. Shhhhhhh. Don’t tell the children. These labors of love are a brilliant way to weave fine motor skill development and practice into the day. The simple tutorial and back-story are chronicled in this article at Rainbows Within Reach.
ABOUT DEBBIE: Debbie Clement is an advocate for children and the Arts in the seventeenth year of her travels under an amazing banner she calls Rainbows Within Reach. She has written and recorded over 100 original songs for children onto 7 CDs and gone on to illustrate three of her songs into the traditional picture book format. She visits schools and educational conferences around the country sharing joy amid enthusiasm for polka dots, jumping jamborees, laughter and floogle-woogle bugles. You want to follow her first on Pinterest. She also learning the ropes at Teachers Pay Teachers, Twitter, Sulia, LinkedIN and Facebook.
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