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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Favorite Kid-Friendly Looms and Weaving Projects Round-Up

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Today I'm sharing some of my favorite Weaving projects from the blog.
Weaving a great way to build hand eye coordination and fine motor skills.
You can use a store bought or homemade loom. 
You can weave with paper, ribbons, grasses, leaves, yarn, string, fabric scraps, etc.









Warmly,
Pink and Green Mama, MaryLea

Below are some of our favorite looms:




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4 comments:

Dawn Grobe said...

My art teacher uses CDs for a weaving project. I hoard them and when she is doing the project she knows where to go b

Elizabeth said...

Love the paper weaving - I've done something similar with oil pastels, but your results using paintings are beautiful!
:)Elizabeth
paintersofdreams.blogspot.com

pink and green mama MaryLea said...

@ Dawn -- that's awesome, I am planning to make some circle weavings (CDs) with the girls this summer as part of our own mom art camp!

Warmly,
MaryLea

pink and green mama MaryLea said...

@ Elizabeth,

My girls LOVE oil pastels, that's a great idea. We will have to try making some of our own!

Warmly,
MaryLea

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