There's a new issue of Alphabet Glue out and we're giving away 5 copies!
Volume 16 is as amazing as the first 15 issues and focuses on winter explorations in science, art, reading, and writing. You'll find detailed booklists to go along with each topic too. The Flock Migration Mobile is so beautiful in silhouette and I know the Frozen Bubble Paintings will be a big hit with all ages.
Alphabet Glue is a downloadable e-magazine for kids, and their grown-ups, who love books! If you homeschool, or are just looking to extend your child's education at home, then be sure to check out all the issues of Alphabet Glue for lots of fun activities.
If you would like to enter this giveaway for a copy of Alphabet Glue Volume 16 then leave a comment on this post by midnight PST Saturday, February 1, 2014. The five winners will be announced on Monday, February 3, 2014. If you are reading this on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or in your email you will need to visit this post on The Crafty Crow blog to enter your comment for eligibility. Winners will be chosen using the Random Number Generator. Only one entry per person. This giveaway is available worldwide.
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This is one of four fabric art exploration ideas for kids featured at Lessons Learnt Journal. The sequins are such a fun way to add color and texture to a child's drawing on burlap and great beginning sewing practice.
Have you used bleeding tissue paper before? This idea at Crayon Wishes and Popsicle Dreams was an activity at a Rainbow Art birthday party. The result makes beautiful stand-alone art but could also be used as a layer in multi-media art.
Are you intrigued by the idea of making your own bouncy balls? About.com shows you how to make them with borax, corn starch, and white glue. What a fun way to introduce chemistry to kids!