15 Cool world cultures DIY projects

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  1. Egyptian Amulet

    Egyptian Amulet

    Shall we make The Eye of Horus? Maybe a cat? How about an Ankh, or a scarab beetle??? Decorate an amulet with...

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  2. Papel Picado for Cinco de Mayo

    Papel Picado for Cinco de Mayo

    Make a papel picado banner to decorate your home in preparation for Cinco de Mayo! It's an easy, mess-less, colorful craft for your wee ones.

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  3. Origami Pyramid Passover Centerpiece

    Origami Pyramid Passover Centerpiece

    Origami and geometric shapes are all the rage, so origami pyramids for your Passover table seem oh so perfect to create with your little ones!...

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  4. Russian Architecture!

    Russian Architecture!

    Russia has such incredible architecture that it's easy to be inspired by (particularly the onion domes). Your children can focus on the shapes, as the...

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  5. Tanabata Tree

    Tanabata Tree

    Tanabata is a Japanese holiday that is celebrated between July and August around different parts of Japan. This holiday is based on a story...

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  6. Olympic Ring Flag Stamp

    Olympic Ring Flag Stamp

    Talk to your little ones about what the Olympics represent, why it's important to represent all regions on the world while they are making this...

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  7. Russian Piroshki

    Russian Piroshki

    Get a taste of Russia and make some delicious Piroshki with your kids! Piroshki are basically small Russian pastries filled with finely chopped meat...

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  8. Olympic Torch Craft

    Olympic Torch Craft

    Teach your kids about the origins of the Olympics and the modern Olympic Games we have today! They'll be learning while they are having fun...

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  9. Glue Batik Canvas Bag

    Glue Batik Canvas Bag

    Batik is a technique used to dye fabric in Indonesia. Designs are created using wax-resist and then painted in beautiful colors. We did this kid-friendly...

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  10. Day of the Dead Skull

    Day of the Dead Skull

    A Dia de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, is a national holiday celebrated in Mexico and in other countries. It is a...

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  11. Metapec Clay Suns

    Metapec Clay Suns

    Suns have often been a big part of many different cultures and celebrations--suns in Mexican folk art represent life cycles, positivity, and flourishing nature. People...

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  12. Global Investigations

    Global Investigations

    My ever-curious daughter asked me, "Why does it look like the sun is following us?" To better understand that, we fetched the globe and...

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  13. Somen Japanese Noodles

    Somen Japanese Noodles

    Currently, my children's favorite dish is somen, which is a traditional summertime dish in Japan (because it is served cold). It's also one of...

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  14. Salt Painting: Olympic Flags

    Salt Painting: Olympic Flags

    Inspired by the colorful flags of the Olympic opening ceremony, some pals (ages 3, 5, and 7) and I designed our own flags using a...

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  15. Animal Paper Lanterns

    Animal Paper Lanterns

    St. Martin's Day is a fall feasting holiday celebrated in some parts of Europe. The kids and I were thoroughly charmed by some animal lanterns...

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