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Cool Totem Pole Craft Projects For Kids

Make 1-ingredient Maple Syrup Snow Candy in your own backyard in 3 simple steps! A Canadian Winter tradition! As fun to make as it is to eat! - Happy Hooligans

How to Make Maple Syrup Snow Candy - 3 Simple Steps

March - Maple Syrup Unit Study - Make Maple Syrup Snow Candy in your own backyard in 3 simple steps! A Canadian Winter tradition! As fun to make as it is to eat!

Your little maple leaf will have tons of fun making these easy Canada Day crafts.

9 awesome Canada Day crafts for kids

Show your national pride this Canada Day with these easy DIY crafts for beaver puppets, maple leaf wreathes and a fun Oh, Canada headband.

Cool Totem Pole Craft Projects For Kids! More

Cool Totem Pole Craft Projects For Kids

Totem poles are an intricate part of many First Nations peoples. This roundup is full of cool totem pole crafts great for kids! (Cool Crafts For Teachers)

Inuksuk Party Treats

Canadian Crafts And Recipes For Canada Day Celebrations

Edible Inukshuk Statues made with candy and an assortment of fruit, veggies, meat and cheese. These were served at the party Canadian Maple Cookies that was served at the party as sampled desserts/treats.

These sugar cube igloos are a fun and interactive Canadian craft for teaching kids about the history of the Inuit people. They also make wonderfully unique Canadian party decorations!

How to Make a Sugar Cube Igloo

Canada Day Crafts: How To Make A Sugar Cube Igloo - because Canada is synonymous with Igloos

Graded Maple Syrup Playdough | Fireflies and Mud Pies

Graded Maple Syrup Playdough

Contact Paper Stained Glass Canadian Flag: Easy Craft for Kids | CBC Parents

Contact Paper Stained Glass Canadian Flag: Easy Craft for Kids

Maple Syrup Snow Candy Recipe - Made like in the book Little House in the Big Woods

Maple Syrup Snow Candy Recipe (Wax on Snow)

The past few days we managed to get a whole heap of snow. And by a heap, I mean pushing the 2 foot mark. We’ve done all the typical obligatory s