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Crafting is a great way to help develop your child's creativity, motor skills, patience, and self-expression. These creative crafts are specially selected to give your little one the opportunity to play without being overly complicated.
Box your bills in this mint-tin locket, topped with a toy critter -- another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Kids will love showing off their patriotic spirit this Fourth of July with their own star-spangled baton.
This recycling project, adapted from The Anti-Boredom Book (Owl), turns newsprint into fashionable footwear.
This colorful crown makes a cool king or queen out of anyone -- especially when you give it a good squeeze.
Cool off with this ice cube necklace, another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Make a town out of magazine boxes to liven up the lives of your toys. You can even name the town whatever you want to call it and be its mayor!
Create a funny photo board just like the ones at real carnivals by cutting a hole through a designed sheet of foam core.
Since you can't take pictures of actual fairies, why not make pictures of them out of flower petals and your imagination.
These pint-size road signs put a grown-up spin on bike rides, another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Make a cute Halloween Jumbo Elephant costume for your little one to fly away in.
She'll be the cutest mouse around in this adorable costume.
An easy-to-make fire-breathing dragon Halloween costume for kids; another great homemade costume from Spoonful.com.