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Category Archive: Crafts for Kids

Nov
20

Make a Pink Hippo with Wikki Stix!

Re-purposed items that might have been thrown away: 2 broken crayons 1 plastic Easter egg Assorted bits and pieces of Wikki Stix Additional items that we used for this project: 1 1/2 packs of single color Wikki Stix (pink – Item #827) How we did it: To make the body of the Hippo, we started …

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Nov
17

Frozen-Inspired Wikki Stix Build a Snowman Craft and Treat Bags for Kids!

If you have kids at home, you are probably familiar with the Disney movie, FROZEN. The film is a wonderful variation of the SNOW QUEEN by Hans Christian Andersen that includes a funny little snowman character named Olaf. This Christmas, invite your children to create Frozen-inspired Wikki Stix snowman crafts or treat bags that will …

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Nov
10

Easy Wikki Stix Thankful Turkey Craft for Kids

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, the Wikki Stix Thankful Turkey Crafts are a meaningful craft for kids to make while preparations are underway. Teaching kids about thankfulness and gratitude begins early and at home. Good manners, common courtesies, and the ability to wait for things we want are learned when children see examples modeled …

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Oct
27

Wikki Stix Owl Life Cycle, Sequencing Cards and Crafts for Kids!

Owls are amazing birds! They are best known for their high-pitched screeches (calls), their silent flight, and nocturnal hunting habits. Along with bats and spiders, owls are a commonly associated with Halloween. Come learn about the owl’s life cycle and create easy Wikki Stix owl crafts that can be enjoyed throughout the year! WIKKI STIX …

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Oct
20

Wikki Stix Mixed Media Art for Kids: Van Gogh’s Sunflowers

Sunflowers are majestic flowers; they tower above other flowers as if to create a heavenly presence. Vincent Van Gogh was fond of sunflowers and painted many versions of sunflowers. Van Gogh indicated in a letter to his brother (Theo) that “the sunflower is mine.” To Vincent, the sunflower expressed a form of gratitude in his …

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