Kids and Crafts

Celebrate Yom Kippur and teach your child the significance of this Jewish holiday with these fun Yom Kippur crafts.

Yom Kippur is known as the Day of Atonement and often considered the holiest day of the year for Jewish people.

Use these instructions to make a simple Tzedakah box and teach your children about Jewish customs and charity.

Yom Kippur is a very sacred Jewish occasion, a time of atonement, self restraint and fasting.

Learn a little about Jewish traditions while making a Shofar with your children using these easy craft instructions.

Yom Kippur is probably the most important holiday for Jewish people, it’s a time of atonement. There are a number of traditions and symbols associated with Yom Kippur such as the shofar.

Celebrate Columbus Day by making your own little Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria out of walnut shells.

Make mini versions of the Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria that really float to celebrate Columbus Day.

Make an amazing telescope out of a couple lenses and cardboars. This is an excellent kid's craft activity.

A simple telescope made out of a cardboard tube can mean hours of fun for a child with a great imagination. Or it can simply be a way to introduce Christopher Columbus on Columbus Day.

Celebrate the arrival of Christopher Columbus with this easy cucumber boat craft activity for kids.

Cucumber boats were always a favorite activity when I was growing up. We would take the cucumbers that had grown too big and were too seedy to eat and create scooped out boats.

Don’t let a small budget and little time get in the way of Halloween plans. These costumes fit the bill for teens!

Sometimes teens don’t commit to dressing up for Halloween until the last minute.