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Children’s activities that teach and engage kids. Art and craft for kids such as handmade cards, masks, toys, festival decorations and more. Create your own craft kit for kids from throwaway stuff. A school project or a fun learning activity, it is all here. Learn party games for kids. Simple printable coloring worksheets for kids and loads of crafts for children.


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Blow a Puppet

Blow a Puppet

It’s a great idea for a party – ask all the children and adults to make balloon puppets. The things you need: Balloons Coloured wool Glazed paper sheets in different colours Adhesive Scissors Thread Step 1: Blow the balloons and knot them.

Its your day to Rain

Its your day to Rain

Shower everywhere its dry and spread the aroma of wet mud all over. All you need is: A Hot Water Bag. A Wooden Cork. Plastic tube. Plastic shower.

The Magnetic Knife

The Magnetic Knife

The Magnetic Knife [Illustrations by Shiju George] A knife magnetically clings to your hands! All you need is: One table knife. Step 1: Interweave your fingers as in Figure 1, but don’t pick up the knife yet.

Make a Sachet

Make a Sachet

Make a Sachet [Illustrations by Shinod AP] Are there are any old T-shirts lying at home and in danger of becoming dusters? Rescue one of them and your creative work begins!

Glove Puppets!

Glove Puppets!

Take out those old socks that have been lying in your cupboard. With these puppets you can actually hold a puppet show for your friends and family. The things you need: Old sock A needle and thread Poster colours Brush Red coloured paper Step 1: Put your hand inside the sock, take hold of a part of

Eat the Candle

Eat the Candle

Show everyone that you can eat a candle by performing this easy trick. The things you need: Banana Knife A small candle Matchbox Step 1: Take a banana and cut it in the shape of a rectangle as shown in the figure below.

Against the Law of Gravity

Against the Law of Gravity

When an apple fell on Newton’s head, he formulated the law of gravity. According to this law, every object is attracted towards the centre of the earth with a force called the gravitational force. But if Newton were to see this ring suspended in mid-air without any support, one wonders what he would have done.

Decorate Eggs for Easter

Decorate Eggs for Easter

Don’t let this Easter pass by without enjoying an egg rolling competition. And for more fun, decorate the eggs. The things you need: Paints Paint brushes Wool Coloured paper Scissors Glue Step 1: Pierce the egg at one end and drain the egg white and the yolk.

Towel Ring

Towel Ring

Towel Ring [Illustrations by Shinod AP] The things you need: Plain cotton cloth (18 inches by 18 inches) Cardboard Needle and thread A plastic or iron ring

Pom Pom Balls

Pom Pom Balls

Pom Pom Balls [Illustrations by Shinod AP] These balls are soft and won’t hurt anyone while playing. Better still, they are easy to make. So why don’t you gift a a few to a friend?

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