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Aunt Annie's Crafts

Crafting fun for everyone with step-by-step instructions and printable patterns. There's new crafting fun every week that emphasizes creativity, learning and problem-solving with hours of enjoyment for both children and adults. Craft projects include illustrated step-by-step instructions and printable patterns. All Aunt Annie's Crafts project patterns and ePapers are Adobe PDF files. The project patterns and ePapers are designed to be printed on standard letter size paper.
  • Project Index includes:
  • Boxes and Bags Index
  • Card Class Tutorials
  • Christmas Crafts
  • Craft Recipes
  • Easter Crafts
  • Edible Crafts
  • Friday Fun Crafts
  • Games To Make
  • Geometric Toys
  • Gift Wrap
  • Halloween Projects
  • Papermaking Projects
  • Party Decorations
  • Puppet Index
  • Needle and Thread Crafts
  • Stationery Crafts
  • Surface Design Techniques
  • Fall and Thanksgiving
  • Valentine's Day Crafts

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    Curriculum Information For Resource

    Grade Level(s):All
    Curriculum Areas:Fine Arts
    Themes/Keywords: crafts

    stationary, production, decoration, crafts, design, techniques

    Essential Question(s)
    1. What are some crafts that I can create?

    Discussion Question(s)
    1. What types of stationary cards can you purchase?
    2. How are cards used?
    3. How is paper made?
    4. What are some of the types of puppets you have seen?

    Extension and Activities
    1. Language Arts: Create and make a card. Each month have the class decide who should receive a card.
    2. History/Social Science: Research puppets around the world. Create a map displaying the puppets. Select a puppet to make as an art project.
    3. Science: How is paper made? Create a multimedia presentation of one of the papermaking processes. Have the group participate in making paper.
    4. Language Arts: Make a game. Include a set of instructions and a box to hold the game.
    5. Mathematics: Select a craft recipe. Divide the group in half. One group uses metric measurements and the other group uses English measurements. Compare results.

    "Working with Barbara Bray is like working with an angel of the pacific -- her knowledge and talents and generosity exceed anyone I've ever worked with for over two decades in the field of education, especially educational technology. Working within the framework of the Universal Builder helps you to clarify your thoughts and make your project clearer and more appealing, and then, once Barbara steps in and does her magic, your creation goes beyond what you could have ever imagined it to be. I am so grateful and honored to have connected with such talent!"

    pictureCamille LoParrino
    Reading Specialist
    8 - Bronx, New York

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