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Craft ideas kids


Craft ideas kids

a large, round cereal carton
something to punch holes
Remove the lid from a round cereal carton. Just below the open end, punch a hole in the side of the carton. Punch another hole directly opposite the first. Run a string through the holes and tie the ends. You can now hang the box around your neck. Put the lid back on the carton.
If you wish, you can decorate the cereal box with poster paints. You can also tape the lid to the carton to keep it on.
Use clothespins for drumsticks.

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Craft ideas kids

craft ideas kids

A Xylophone
• empty pop bottles or water glasses
• a knife, a fork, or a spoon for a mallet
Collect several old pop bottles. It is best if they are all the same size and shape. Fill one bottle with water nearly to the top. Fill the second one halfway. Put just a little water in the third. Put other amounts of water in the other bottles.
Now hit each bottle gently with a piece of kitchen silver.
You can change the sound of each bottle by changing the amount of water in it. By experimenting with different amounts of water, you will be able to sound notes in tunc with a piano.
If you do not have pop bottles, ask your mother if she will let you use some water glasses.

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Crafty Chef

Crafty Chef

Haystacks from the kitchen of: Glydis Scales, Russel Springs, Kentucky.
28 caramels
3 TBS margarine
2 TBS water
1 3 oz. can chow mein noodles
1 cup peanuts
6 oz. bag semi-sweet chocolate chips
2 TBS evaporated milk

Melt caramels and margarine with water in saucepan over low heat, stirring occasionally until’ sauce is smooth! Add
noodles and peanuts. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto cookie sheet greased with margarine.
Melt chocolate chips with evaporated milk (water can be substituted if desired). Top “haystacks” on cookie sheet
with melted chocolate.
Chill until firm. Makes 2 1/2 dozen Butterscotch pieces can be substituted for chocolate chips for variety.

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