Crafts to Learn about the World, Travel Crafts, Country Themed Crafts

the roman city landmarks are shown in this brochure for kids to learn how to use them
Italy Adventure - Case of Adventure
Italy Adventure -
Singapore Adventure - The Secret, Adventure Books, Singapore, Countries, Adventure Book
Singapore Adventure - Case of Adventure
Singapore Adventure -
the brochure is designed to look like an origami man and woman
Singapore Adventure - Case of Adventure
Singapore Adventure -
four circular designs in black and white, with the words color the major patterns below
New Zealand Adventure - Case of Adventure
New Zealand Adventure -
two new zealand clue cards with numbers
New Zealand Adventure - Case of Adventure
New Zealand Adventure -
some children's drawings and stickers on a table
New Zealand Adventure - Case of Adventure
New Zealand Adventure -
an advertisement for the new zealand giant statue, featuring images of people and their names
New Zealand Adventure - Case of Adventure
New Zealand Adventure -
two young children standing next to each other
New Zealand Adventure - Case of Adventure
New Zealand Adventure -
an origami bookmark with flowers and chevrons in red, white, and blue
New Zealand Adventure - Case of Adventure
New Zealand Adventure -
several books are laying on top of each other, with one bookmark in the middle
New Zealand Adventure - Case of Adventure
New Zealand Adventure -
paper dolls are laid out on the floor to look like they're from different countries
Make Multicultural Paper Dolls
Paper Dolls from Around the World- Kid World Citizen
Kids Painting 3D Salt Dough Maps- Kid World Citizen Activities For Kids, Kids Art Projects, Island Crafts, Kids Learning, Crafts For Kids, Fun Learning, Learning Activities, Tactile
3D Salt Dough Maps for Kids
Kids Painting 3D Salt Dough Maps- Kid World Citizen
some stamps are laying on top of each other
Get an International Pen-Pal
Yugoslavian Stamps- Kid World Citizen
the instructions for how to make an origami gondola
Gondola Coloring Page
1. Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to decorate the gondola. 2. Cut out the gondola, and glue it to a thin piece of cardboard, such as a recycled cereal box or file folder. 3. Flip the gondola over so that the colored side is on the bottom. Fold up along the dotted lines. 4. Tape letter A to A and B to B. <b>Did you know?</b><br>Gondolas are not steered by oars. Instead, a person uses a long stick to push the boat along the waterway.