Holiday Crafts at HowStuffWorks has activities for each special day in the year. From Valentine's Day to Thanksgiving, check out our holiday craft ideas.
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Try these simple-to-make Valentine crafts and treats for kids from HowStuffWorks.
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Breakfast in bed is the perfect treat to show a family member that you care about them. Get the perfect breakfast in bed menu for your family's next special occasion.
Give dad a handy place to stash his spare change with this craft. Give it a theme or make it simple Ã¢â‚¬â€œ it's up to you!
Make dad feel like royalty on Father's Day by crafting a special crown just for him.
Pin the Tail on the Turkey is a great game for the kids to play at Thanksgiving. Help the turkey get his feathers back!
This super-easy craft makes a great Thanksgiving decoration or a piece of tabletop dÃƒÂ©cor, and it takes very little pre-planning.
This project takes very little time, but start this tradition now, and you and your family can treasure it for years to come.
Turn your kids into mini-Martha Stewarts with this elegant little craft.
28 fun Halloween crafts will help your family pass the days until trick-or-treat. Learn to make party decorations, homemade costumes and other Halloween crafts.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a time to reflect on our relationships with those around us and on ways we can help to make the world a more peaceful place. The crafts in this article will give kids and adults a chance to spend creative time together.
Christmas activities for kids like decorating the tree, wrapping gifts, and preparing a feast are just a few things that make the season special. If you want to add a special touch to your holiday season, why not make your own gifts, games, and decorations?
Fourth of July means picnics with great food, parades, gathering with family and friends for games, and most of all, fireworks. It also means keeping the little ones busy with Fourth of July crafts. Celebrate Independence Day with crafts for kids.
On May 5, 1982 Mexico defeated the invading French army. Today, Cinco de Mayo is celebrated to commemorate that battle. With the following activities, you'll be on your way to having a fiesta of your own by making tortillas, chocolate, and maracas.
In 1492 Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean to the New World with his ships the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria. Columbus Day has been observed in the United States for over two centuries. Celebrate the day with the following games and crafts.