Here’s some great craft activities on owls that I am reblogging from Parenting and Sfuff blog.
Do you also feel that if your children are bored it’s your problem? That it’s your job to keep them busy?
Let’s clear this first: It’s not your problem if they’re bored. Let them be bored, and let them learn to keep themselves busy (or not). Boredom is good for children, and encourages creativity.
Now, if you still feel you need to keep them busy (what can I say, I always do…) well…
I am an owls addict!
Collected for you some owls crafts ideas for various ages, toddlers up:
Owl paper craft Instructions
Flying owl pattern here
Isn’t he the cutest??? Here
Love this. From Kerry’s craft blog
Stuffed owls here
So many creative idea’s, I don’t know where to start.
While we’re at it, one of my favorite owl sites is my owl barn, publishing this yearly amazing free download owls calendar, a collaboration of many great…
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