My children love sparkler fireworks but as a mum I find them a bit scary and worry about possible accidents and burns! Don't you? Whether you're celebrating Bonfire Night, Fourth of July, New Year or a birthday here's a fun Kid Safe Sparkler Firework Craft to add to the festivities.

Sparkler Firework Craft For Kids

My children love sparkler fireworks but as a mum I find them a bit scary and worry about possible accidents and burns! Whether you're celebrating Bonfire Night, Fourth of July, New Year or a birthday here's a fun Kid Safe Sparkler Firework Craf

We made these in class today with 28 4-5yrs olds! I was so impressed how well the kids did and how much they enjoyed making them! What a happy crafty morning.

Chinese New Year Craft: Dragon Puppet Printable

Recycled toilet roll Chinese lantern craft for Chinese New Year, great for toddlers and up

Recycled TP Roll Chinese Lanterns for Chinese New Year

Happy Chinese New Year! So cute and easy to make, even my Kindergartens can do it.

Monkey Craft :: Chinese New Year Craft :: Year of the Monkey Craft

Celebrate With Kids Around The World: Chinese New Year | crafts, recipes, traditions and children's books to celebrate Chinese New Year with your kids.

Celebrate With Kids Around The World: Chinese New Year

Our Chinese New Year Display including the children's wishes for the new year attached to the wishing tree.

Chinese New Year Display including the children's wishes for the new year attached to the wishing tree.

The bolang gu (pinyin: bo lang gu) is a is a hand-held percussion instrument, also called a monkey drum. Although these simple and fun drums are often seen as children's toys, they actually date back to ceremonies held in ancient China as well as Tibet, Mongolia, India and Taiwan. This PDF shares an easy MYO version of this instrument, perfect for Chinese New Year, Asian studies, world culture studies or musical exploration.

Monkey Drum (Chinese New Year Drum) Craft

The bolang gu (pinyin: bo lang gu) is a is a hand-held percussion instrument, also called a monkey drum. Although these simple and fun drums are often seen as children's toys, they actually date back to ceremonies held in ancient China as well as Tibet, Mongolia, India and Taiwan. This PDF shares an easy MYO version of this instrument, perfect for Chinese New Year, Asian studies, world culture studies or musical exploration.

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