Mountain crafts

Explore a collection of creative crafts inspired by the beauty of mountains. Get inspired and create your own mountain-themed crafts to bring the serenity of nature into your home.

We have just returned from a wonderful two-week family vacation in Montana. While we were there, we visited the national parks and enjoyed a few scenic hikes with the Rocky mountains as our backdrop. The landscapes that we saw were breathtaking to say the least. Our recent trip inspired us to create a mountain landscape. […]

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Becky McKinley
How to Make a Felt Mountain Craft | 7 Andes Mountain Facts For Kids. Read up on these Andes Mountain facts for kids while you complete this felt mountain craft that is fun to create and beautiful to display anywhere in the house. Also, you’ll love my Free South America Printable Lapbook and Fun Hands-on Unit Study Ideas. The Andes Mountains are a massive range that extends throughout a lot of South America and have attracted millions of visitors over the years. Crafts, Activities For Kids, Peru, Diy, Mountain Crafts For Kids, Mountain Crafts, Projects For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Homeschool Crafts

How to Make a Felt Mountain Craft | 7 Andes Mountain Facts For Kids. Read up on these Andes Mountain facts for kids while you complete this felt mountain craft that is fun to create and beautiful to display anywhere in the house. Also, you’ll love my Free South America Printable Lapbook and Fun Hands-on Unit Study Ideas. The Andes Mountains are a massive range that extends throughout a lot of South America and have attracted millions of visitors over the years.

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Tina Robertson | Time-Tested Beginner's Tips | Homeschool Expert
Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Climbing Mountain Climbers (Learning about Everest) Educational Activities, Education, Activities For Kids, Learning, Pre K, Science Experiments Kids, Childrens Ministry, Activities, Stem Activities

What could be better than learning about friction and landforms while crafting a fun hands-on toy? Not much if you're a 9- or 5-year old boy. I speak from experience. My sons had a blast with this. Here's how we made our mountain climbers … that actually climb! For each mountain climber, you'll need: Mountain climber template (download my free PDF from Google Drive here) Heavyweight cardstock paper Scissors Yarn Plastic drinking straw Penny 2 pony beads clear tape Markers, colored pencils…

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