10 Show-and-Tell Crafts for Kids
Kids can combine maps leftover from vacation and treasures found on the beach to make an imaginative diorama.
With paint, glue, and clay, kids can turn the stones they've collected into animals, people, or objects.
Here's a simple way for kids to store their small-item collections: Accordion-fold a strip of paper, and glue the first and last pages to the inside of a box's lid and bottom. Keep some pages empty so the collection can grow.
Books Within a Book
Kids can create mini albums within a larger scrapbook, each devoted to mini-stories like favorite camp activities or meeting new friends. Stiff paper covers along with paper spines and corners give them a fancy hardcover feel. The book on top has a closure made with a paper fastener and string.