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From the Archives: Easter Crafts 2011 - 02/19/2013
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How one of our crafts turned out. Kind of a craft fail.  **The archive posts are blogs I wrote a few years ago for my mother's (now offline) homeschooling blog. I enjoyed writing these posts so much, they are what inspired me to start Schooling a Monkey!** Today’s topic is Easter crafts and fun things to make for children or with them. Yesterday we talked about Easter traditions and different focuses for Easter . Today, I’m going to focus on more of the fun, light-hearted side of the holiday.  In my dream world, I am very crafty. I love the idea of spending the majority of the day making projects. In reality, this rarely ever happens because laundry and work gets in the way. We also don’t really have a place for crafts right now, which also makes it difficult. However, I still find time for a few crafts. I hope to make a few of these crafts throughout the next week and share my results with you. Then you can have a better idea of the time necessary and whether kids can do it or not. One Easter when we were kids we made marshmallow bunnies. You take scissors and clip part of the marshmallow to make ears, feet and a tail. Draw on a face with food coloring. The problem that we had with this project is that the marshmallows immediately stuck back together. It was very sticky and no one actually wanted to eat them, so it was kind of a waste. This year I think we may make these hardboiled mice eggs  instead. They are cuter and will get eaten. I also like the s...

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How one of our crafts turned out. Kind of a craft fail.  **The archive posts are blogs I wrote a few years ago for my mother's (now offline) homeschooling blog. I enjoyed writing these posts so much, they are what inspired me to start Schooling a Monkey!** Today’s topic is Easter crafts and fun things to make for children or with them. Yesterday we talked about Easter traditions and different focuses for Easter . Today, I’m going to focus on more of the fun, light-hearted side of the holiday.  In my dream world, I am very crafty. I love the idea of spending the majority of the day making projects. In reality, this rarely ever happens because laundry and work gets in the way. We also don’t really have a place for crafts right now, which also makes it difficult. However, I still find time for a few crafts. I hope to make a few of these crafts throughout the next week and share my results with you. Then you can have a better idea of the time necessary and whether kids can do it or not. One Easter when we were kids we made marshmallow bunnies. You take scissors and clip part of the marshmallow to make ears, feet and a tail. Draw on a face with food coloring. The problem that we had with this project is that the marshmallows immediately stuck back together. It was very sticky and no one actually wanted to eat them, so it was kind of a waste. This year I think we may make these hardboiled mice eggs  instead. They are cuter and will get eaten. I also like the s...

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