Fourth Grade Bird Houses

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Fourth graders are creating bird houses that represent the state they studied in Library this semester

Awesome drink carton bird houses by NeusaLopez, via Flickr

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a classic in crafts........bird houses. www.facebook.com/pages/Mini-Taller-dArt/129736920419843

Colorful milk carton bird feeder - clever diy for kids.

Summer Nature Crafts at Rhythm of the Home

You can see what kind of fun crafts the girls and I were making this week over at the Rhythm of the Home Blog Summer Issue today. Milk Carton Bird Feeder (with mod-podged tissue and paint chip roof) and Clay Marbles (we used "Fluffy" clay from Sculpey) Happy Crafting and Playing Outdoors! Fondly, pink and green mama MaryLea

Milk carton bird feeder project.  Don't forget drainage holes if you live in Portland, OR!

Making Homemade Bird Food

It's easy to keep birds coming into your yard year after year by making your own homemade bird food to leave around and we've a few recipes for you to try.

milk carton bird house

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Milk Carton Bird House

CRAFTS WITH ANASTASIA--GREEN KIDS

Green Kids. No, I don’t mean green with envy or what your kid looks like right before he hurls his cookies. I’m talking about environmentally conscious kids. Our kids are often the driving force in making us think green. Crafting is a great way for the entire family to enjoy a reuse/repurpose/recycle activity beyond separating the glass, plastic, and newspapers for curbside pick-up. So coax the kids away from the wii and spend an afternoon crafting. Today I’ll show you how to make a milk…

Crazy, Kooky, Crafts: Milk Carton Bird House

Milk Carton Bird House

Materials Needed: Milk carton Stapler and staples Masking tape A soft cloth, rag or chamois Brown paint (acrylic is best) Scissors or a knife (and adult assistance) Twine Instructions: Clean and dry the milk carton thoroughly. Staple the top of the carton shut. Tear off small pieces of masking tape and cover the entire carton with the pieces of tape. Cut a hole (WITH ADULT ASSISTANCE) about 4" above the bottom of the carton. The hole should be approximately 1" to 1 1/2" in diameter. This…