Are you looking for a fun craft to entertain children during the summer months? Well, we’re here to help! This dream catcher craft will allow kids to be creative. Best of all, it is great for a wide range of ages. Give it to young children, with adult help for some of the cutting, and let them go wild. It can also be great for older kids, who want to design more complicated webs for their dream catcher.
Explain to kids that dream catchers are meant to keep bad dreams away, and that they have been associated with Native American culture for a number of years. It’s always great when you can use a fun activity to give a lesson about different places, cultures, and events. Consider teaching kids about the origins of the dream catcher and why they are supposed to work.
We’ve created simple, easy-to-follow instructions for this craft complete with pictures. You can find them HERE.
Students can choose whatever colors they want for this fun craft. If they want, they can even decorate the rim of the paper plate with more than just marker. There are tons of options!
We post crafts for you to do with your children and students every month, so be sure to check back! If you’re looking for art supplies, we have a huge selection over on our site, NationalSchoolSupply.com. You can also check out our Pinterest account for great ideas for teachers, such as back to school ideas, bulletin board ideas, classroom hacks, and more! If you ever have any questions, please feel free to call us at 800-669-7766.