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Decorate a box and have kids fill it with favorite things. Long after they've outgrown the box, you'll have a keepsake reminder for them.
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Help your child select the paper she would like to use to cover the box. Cut out pieces large enough to cover the box and the lid. Wrap the lid and the outside of the box in paper, but don't secure it in place. (Just check that you have enough paper and that your child likes how it looks.) Remove the paper and use the glue stick to cover the surface of the box and lid with glue. Rewrap the box and the lid in the paper and secure any loose edges with sticky tape.
With a pencil, help your child trace the bottom of the box and the lid on construction paper or felt. Cut out the paper or felt and use these pieces to line the bottom of the box and the inside of the lid. Secure them with the glue stick. Line the inside of the box the same way.
Help your child make a nameplate for her box by writing her name on a piece of colored paper with crayons or colored markers, cutting it out, and gluing it to the top of the box. Squeeze glue around the cut edge of the nameplate and have your child sprinkle glitter on top. After the glue dries, shake off the excess glitter onto a piece of newspaper and return it to the glitter container.
To make sure the box will close when you're done, put the lid on before your child starts decorating it. Kids can add stickers and glue on pom-poms, felt shapes, pipe cleaners, glitter, and Blue's Clues coloring pages like <u><a href="color-blue.jhtml">Color Blue</a></u>, <u><a href="blues-small-paw-prints.jhtml"> Blue's Paw Prints</a></u>, <u><a href="blues-rhyming-storybook.jhtml"> Blue's Rhyming Storybook</a></u>, and <u><a href="blues-room-friendship-journal.jhtml">Blue's "Favorite Things" Journal</a></u>. Talk with your child about what favorite things she'd like to keep in the box and encourage her to draw pictures of her favorite things to cut out and glue to the box.
After the box has dried completely, have your child place her favorite things inside. For example, pictures of friends and special relatives, favorite small stuffed animals, toys and games, art supplies--even a piece of her old security blanket.
Here's a cool craft kids can display in their bedrooms
Looking for Franklin gear? Cool beans! We've got the perfect iron-on decal
Picture this... your child's potrait "painted" by Frankin's Aunt T!
Your little one will be ready to go, after potty training play with Blue and Joe
Turn printables and pipe cleaners into a hanging craft with your dino fan!
Got a dino fan at YOUR house? Decorate kids' rooms with these Triassic triangles!
Kids will eat up the idea of dinosaur eggs resting in this sweet nest
Put those dinos in their place! It's a dino-packed scrapbook journal just for kids
Let your dino designer "cook up" this terrifying Triceratops!
Dinosaurs are on the prowl! Now your kid can can scope them out just like Dino Dan
Add a dash of dinosaurs to your family photos
Just a few scissor snips, and you've made these colorful dinosaur toppers in a snap!
Deck out your Dino Dan fan with these awesome dinosaur designs--so easy even a dinosaur could make them
Let's make some BIG music with Jack's colorful Easter egg
Invite Miss Spider to your house for an egg-cellent Easter!
Big smiles, Little Bill. Decorate everyone's favorite little friend
Curtain up on the most musical clubhouse around!
A concert T-shirt for your little fan!
All hands and tentacles on board to make this under-the-ocean outfit
Hot dog! It's Blue at the door for Halloween
Add a touch of Blue to your home decor
Let the sun shine on Blue and you!
Pop up with sweet Mother's Day wishes from Blue and Joe!
Mom's got a clue that you love her.
Blue will be your child's constant companion all through the night
Learn to tell time with Tickety Tock
This sock was made for talkin'
Your own Miss Spider!
Peek-a-Boo! It's Blue!
Transform a paper bag into Alana from "Dora and Friends"!
Transform a paper bag into your child's favorite explorer, Dora!
Transform a paper bag into Emma from "Dora and Friends"!
Transform a paper bag into Pablo from "Dora and Friends"!
Transform a cereal box into a soccer field!
Make this simple paper puppet and play soccer with Dora!
If you've got duct tape and envelopes... you've got this craft in the bag
Turn a paper towel roll into the PAW Patrol tower!
Turn a cereal box into a craft that will aMAZE your kids!
Kids are going to have sew much fun with this cute embroidery craft!
Tick, tock, Dora and Boots are inside this clock!
Turn a cereal box into a cute storage box for kids
Kids will be blown away by this beautiful outdoor decoration!
Transform a paper bag into your child's favorite guppy!
Turn paper bags into your favorite math-loving team!
Turn a cereal box into a barnyard and host a big bash with Benny & friends!
Kids can hop on over to the Christmas tree to hang this charming decoration!
Rabbits are brave and he’s no exception! Add Benjamin to your x-mas collection.
Peter has a new gift for you to see. It's round, and blue, and hangs on a tree.
Turn a cereal box into a swimsational storage place for your Guppy's fish tales!
Kids can make this craft in no time!
Surf's up! The Guppies can ride the waves in this cool movable craft!
Dive into Dora's Mermaid Kingdom with this simple cereal box theater!
Set the scene for marvelous missions with this majestic shoe box craft!
Ready to play some music? Hit it!
Beep, beep! The Umi Team's four-wheeled friend is here and ready for action!
Kids can take a ride with the Unicorn King on a hobbyhorse made out of a sock & broomstick!
Kids can start their own magical adventure when you put together this charming shoebox theater!
Here's the perfect party parting gift to celebrate the ending of a great day!
Shape a shoe box into a stage for your child's very own action-packed Umi adventure!