Friday, July 11, 2014

8 Pioneer Day Projects for Kids

Even though Pioneer Day isn't celebrated all over, it doesn't mean that everyone can't join in the fun and channel their inner Laura Ingalls Wilder. Here are some fun things to create with kids that celebrate America's Pioneer heritage.
Pioneer Bonnets by My Cotton Creations.

Climbing Bear Toy by Tutorial Adventures.

Cardboard Covered Wagon by All Things Beautiful.

 Buzz Saw Pioneer Toy on Housewife Eclectic

Corn Husk Dolls by Martha Stewart. 


Making Butter with Kids by Mess For Less. 

Rag Doll by Miss Gioia 
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16 comments:

MikiHope said...

I never heard of Pioneer Day. I do love those corn husk dolls and the covered wagon!

Kung Phoo said...

It makes things look like back in the day when things were so much simpler.. I never heard of the day before, but it sounds cool!

Masshole Mommy said...

Never heard of Pioneer Day, but those crafts are cute.

Dan from Platter Talk said...

Fun activities here that I know our kids would love!

Melanie @ bear rabbit bear said...

These projects look fun and great for kids' education.

Liz Mays said...

I ran Pioneer Days when my son was in school. It was a HUGE project, but so fun! I love the projects you guys did.

mail4rosey said...

What a fun way to incorporate history with crafting. I know the kids would love this too!

Terri | Sugar Free Glow said...

I love Pioneer Days! Making butter was my favorite!

Stacey Werner said...

As a child, I would have loved to channel my inner Laura Ingalls Wilder with these projects! That was my favorite show growing up.

Joanna Sormunen said...

What an absolutely fabulous collection of great crafts and projects for the kids! Love them all!

Stephen Schreck said...

Haha this is awesome! I don't think I ever had a pioneer day.

Krystal Butherus said...

I've never heard of a pioneer day! Seems like a lot of fun.

Stacey Gibbon said...

What a great roundup! I really want to try the homemade butter. Thanks for sharing

Alyssa Collazo said...

This sounds like a lot of fun, thanks for sharing!

Maddi'sMommy said...

When you think about it we owe so much to those early pioneers. Their life was by no means easy and they established so many of the major cities we have today.

Debi@The Spring Mount 6 Pack said...

Those are all very cool. I have to show them to my kid's teach this year

 
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