Popsicle Flag

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The red sticks for these flags are made with just a little liquid watercolor. And if you color them ahead of time, the rest is an easy assembly project for kids of all ages. See my “Folk Art Flag” for a full photo tutorial.

Little Wooden Crystals

I’m having so much fun with these little stick sculptures, and so are my students. They happen to be studying minerals right now, so this is a great tie in as it is one of the elemental crystal shapes they are learning about. I recommended starting with Wood Craft Picks that are … Read More

Popsicle Picnic Table

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My love affair with popsicle sticks continues. This time I’ve found a way to use the mini sticks to make a picnic table. The best news? No cutting! Just stock up on these mini sticks and little Aleene’s glue bottles and your students will be able to create away.

Another Popsicle Stick House

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I’m still loving these little popsicle sticks, and made a variation of my other house project I posted here. This one has a more vertical, paneled look instead of the horizontal, log cabin look. 1. These little popsicle sticks I found at JoAnn Fabric’s, and are about 2 1/2″ long. I started … Read More

Popsicle Stick Cabins

These new little popsicle sticks (they’re 2 1/2″ long) that I found at Michael’s remind me of my parent’s log cabin in Tennessee. Here’s one way to make little houses that could serve well as colorful refrigerator magnets. Or add some snow and a string for a holiday decoration? Let your imagination … Read More