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Weaving for kids

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Easy Way to Weave Coasters on a Cardboard Loom | ehow.com

If you're looking for a fun, educational, _and_ practical craft project to do with the kids, or if you're interested in learning how to weave, this is the perfect tutorial for you. With a few simple materials, you can create these pretty striped "mug rug" coasters for yourself, or to give away as gifts.

19 DIY Christmas Ornaments to Make With Kids

Want to add a personal touch to your Christmas decorations? These DIY ornaments are a cinch to make, and they'll get kids excited about trimming the tree.

DIY Cardboard Weaving Loom — Cedar Dell Forest Farm

Weaving on simple cardboard looms was a favorite activity at our nature art themed summer camp last year. Making your owl loom is so simple and uses materials you probably have laying around your house. Even though it’s just cardboard, with a little care you can reuse it over and over to make all

Straw Weaving Instructions | How to Weave with Drinking Straws and Yarn

OK, who would have thought you could use straws to weave!? Seriously, straw weaving is such a cool concept! The straws make it quick and easy to weave a fun bracelet, necklace or hairband. And all you need is yarn, straws and tape! This is such a great craft for older kids and tweens. My 7 and 9 year old daughters really enjoy it... although, they're still a little young to do it completely on their own. They need a little bit of my help to get things set up and to tie off the ends. But with…

Weaving Ideas for Kids: Yarn Weaving on a Cardboard Loom

Looking for weaving ideas for kids? Start out with yarn weaving on a cardboard loom. A fun project for older elementary/middle school grades.

Make a cardboard loom for weaving with kids, attaching the warp

Make a colorful, free-form doodle weaving using a homemade cardboard loom. Simple enough for kids, teens, and adults alike!