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Article posted: 12/29/2012 5:15 AM

Craft ideas can spark kids' creativity

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Sarah Goldschadt's Plush Penguin made of felt, whose template can be used to make several paper crafts.

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A starfish, turtle and fish from Brenna Maloney's book, "Socks Appeal" includes an "Easy-Peasy" chapter for kids, with snake, turtle and starfish projects.

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Snakes from Brenna Maloney's book, "Socks Appeal" includes an "Easy-Peasy" chapter for kids, with snake, turtle and starfish projects.

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It's inevitable during the holiday season: Kids get bored. But the doldrums are just the thing for unleashing children's creativity. Give them a few ideas and supplies, and step out of the way. Here are some creative ideas offered by three crafts authors.
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    • Sarah Goldschadt’s Plush Penguin made of felt, whose template can be used to make several paper crafts.
    • A starfish, turtle and fish from Brenna Maloney’s book, “Socks Appeal” includes an “Easy-Peasy” chapter for kids, with snake, turtle and starfish projects.
    • Snakes from Brenna Maloney’s book, “Socks Appeal” includes an “Easy-Peasy” chapter for kids, with snake, turtle and starfish projects.
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