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These cool outdoor craft ideas from Spoonful will keep the kids amused during long summer days.
It's hard to resist the appeal of putt-ering around the yard on a weekend afternoon. All it takes to get a quick game underway is a few plastic practice golf balls and the following easy-to-make props.
A recycled picture frame turns favorite blooms into objets d'art.
Strips of carpet padding make these balls soft, safe — and cheap.
Reach out and touch someone — from five feet away! — with this cross between a beanbag and a yo-yo that enables kids in wheelchairs to play tag.
Take a closer look at water creatures with this handy homemade tank.
Find out what kinds of insects make their homes in trees and shrubs by shaking them loose onto this simple screen.
Check out what's living in the ground under your feet with this homemade version of a tool entomologists use.
Capture the moment of discovery, and celebrate the glories of spring, by making a plaster cast of an animal print.
Catch a spring breeze with a mini windsock
Add some character to your family's garden bed or front yard with these crafty critters that bob and sway in the spring breeze. The base is made from an easy-to-bend aluminum ruler.
Kids love to dig in the garden and grow something to call their very own. Now they can make their own personalized plant pokes, a great summer gardening craft.
For months, a small cloud has been floating over our nine-year-old's head. "Build me a tree house," it says!