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Category Archive: Crafts for Kids

Aug
13

Wikki Stix and Nature Crafts for Kids!

There are few things that kids like more than being outdoors! The Wikki Stix activities below are designed to inspire playful learning and creating with items commonly found in nature! WIKKI STIX COLORED ROCK DOMINOES Materials Needed: Rocks from outdoors (longer ones work best for dominoes) and assorted colors of Wikki Stix. The Wikki Stix …

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Aug
06

Wikki Stix Apples Activities for Playful Learning!

Learning with apple-themed activities is fun for young kids! Whether at home or in the classroom, the apples activities below will invite children to explore, create, play, and learn with Wikki Stix! WIKKI STIX APPLE FINE MOTOR TRACING ACTIVITY Materials needed: Red, Yellow, OR Green Wikki Stix, Craft Sticks, scissors, and one Apple Tree Printable …

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Jul
29

Feed the Monkey – a Wikki Stix Fine Motor Game for Kids

In the preschool years, learning how to make marks or write, cut with scissors, and manipulate smaller objects is a part of normal growth and development. Once school begins, many children struggle with small motor control, especially when it comes to holding a pencil (handwriting). By offering playful opportunities to help our children gain fine …

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Jul
17

Wikki Stix Sunflower Life Cycle and Crafts for Kids!

Sunflowers are majestic and beautiful plants! The activities below use Wikki Stix for playful learning at home or in the classroom! Come explore and create the sunflower’s life cycle, practice counting with sunflower seeds, and create a 3-D sunflower craft this summer! Wikki Stix Sunflower Life Cycle Paper Plate Craft Materials needed: 1 Paper plate …

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Jul
01

Wikki Stix Patriotic Ojo de Dios (God’s Eye) Craft for Kids!

History of the Ojo de Dios (pronounced “oh-ho-day-dee-ohs”): The Ojos de Dios (commonly known as the God’s Eye) were originally crafted by the Huichol Indians in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Mexico. The God’s eyes were created from two crossed sticks with fibers woven around the center and outward. The 4 stick points symbolized: earth, …

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