Free Art Activities
There are very many beautiful customs in Rosh Hashanah. One of them is to eat apples and honey and another is to blow the shofar. Let's make a banner for our New Year's celebration. Wishing you all the best for the new year!
Grandparent's Day is celebrated on September 13, 2014. But why not celebrate Grandparents Day all year long? Make a bookmark for Grandma and Grandpa and they'll be thinking of you ALL the time. You're the best part of the story!
On Tuesday, August 26, is Women’s Equality Day! We can then celebrate the 94th anniversary of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote.
International Left-Handers Day is coming up on August 13 and we have just the craft for you to do to celebrate fun with your left hand! Your Scribble Friends have turned into finger puppets for your left hand. Enjoy!
Bring to life with color your own Henri Matisse painting! You can use different materials such as colored sand, paper, and paint to fill in the lines. For more information on Matisse, have a look at http://www.scribbleblog.com/henri-matisse-moves-me-with-colors.
Bonjour! Bastille Day, happening on Monday, July 14th, is more fun with Eiffel Tower party decorations. I could really go for a warm buttery croissant and a chocolate chauright about now! Mmm
This 4th of July is going to be a blast! 5 4 3 2 1 with your own rocket! Using recycled materials such as toilet paper rolls is as cool as going to outer space
For Valentine's Day your kids can enjoy creating this easy craft brought to you by Scribble Town. It's great for Preschool, Kindergarten and Early Elementary. Click on the image to download the printable worksheet. It's super simple to make, all you will need is some cardstock, scissors, some crayons or markers and your imagination.
This Love Monster is hungry for Valentines! Tuck your love notes into its mouth, and add a few sweet treats to show you care. Click on the image fore a printable version of the worksheet.
"I love you this much!" This silly Love Monster is a wonderful project for beginning needleworkers to learn how to construct simple stuffed toys. They make unique Valentines! Click on the image for a printable version of the 2-page worksheet.