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    Father's Day Trophy

    Show your dad you love him with this homemade Father's Day trophy! Read more...

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    Family Tree

    This craft is a great opportunity to share memories with your children from your childhood, learn more about family history and do a little bit of maths. Read more...

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    Pinhole Camera

    Understand the basics of photography and the way our eye sees with this craft. When our eyes see an object, the light rays are travelling through our pupil and lens and giving us an upside-down image on our retina. Our brain then steps in and flips the image so that we see right-side up. This pinhole camera produces an upside-down image because it works like our eyes, showing us what we see before our brain changes it. Read more...

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    Diamond Kite

    Get a great kite up and flying for less than £5, and your teen can say they made it themselves! Read more...

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    Nature Walk Mobile

    Get your toddler or young child out in the wild with this activity and craft! Spend a morning or afternoon exploring nature with your child, collecting mementos, and then displaying them creatively in your home. This activity sharpens your child’s observation skills, gets them active, helps them practice how to tie knots, and lets them have lots and lots of fun with their mummy or daddy. Read more...

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    Thread Letters

    This boy-friendly decorating project mixes design with construction to create original wall art. Read more...

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    Pencil Fort Cup

    Keep your pencils organized in this easy-to-make twig pencil holder. Read more...

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    Snowy Trees

    Make a miniature snow landscape scene in your living room. Read more...

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    Wooden Snowflakes

    Bring some nature into your home with these snowflake decorations. They complement the regular paper snowflakes brilliantly, so hang some of both near a window. Read more...

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    Geometry Puzzle

    Though you’ve probably seen these in a math classroom before, tangrams should not just be left at school. These fun puzzles get kids thinking about different shapes and how they can fit together. Plus, putting together this project will add a whole new dimension to the puzzle they play with. Read more...

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