Written with all the links for you plus the video on Today's show. You can watch the video here, http://www.today.com/video/today/55503074
or see the written list,
I searched the web for you and found even more fun and free projects for you and your kids.
Here are a few websites to check out. Most offer both online projects for free and in-store
classes for free or a fee. Hobby Lobby seems to only have online fare.
Check them out at http://www.hobbylobby.com/projects.
Joann Fabrics has both in-store and online projects at http://www.joann.com/projects/. With most of
these links, you put in your zip code and check out the details of their in-store Events.
What fun party decor ideas!
Michael's offers both project types for free, plus they offer a unique type of child sitting service. While you shop, your kid can make a project. It is a 30 minute class and is just $2 per child.
It is a win, win! Go to http://www.michaels.com/find-a-project/holiday-and-seasonal/815811865
for a list of their projects, like these glittered jar candles, and to search local Events.
I love books and stories and Barnes and Noble is a great family adventure destination.
They have Events and classes for free! Find your local store and Event list at http://store-locator.barnesandnoble.com/store/. You can also have your little one read to by the author online at
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/u/online-storytime-books-toys/379003588. We all love to be read to.
The projects shown are for the Fourth of July but most of the links have projects for all types of
fun, crafts, cooking, holidays, seasons, skill levels and time to complete.
Please feel free to add any freebie that you know about in the comments section here
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Happy crafting and Happy summer!