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8 Life Skills That Kids Get from Doing Crafts

We love how 5 Recipes for Life explained why crafts are so important for kids…

Art paper and crayons may seem “boring” and “outdated” to a child who’s used to flashy video games and battery-operated toys. However, many experts urge parents to get kids to do at least one hour of arts and crafts a week. Your child may balk a bit (“But mom, my favorite cartoon is showing!”) but he’ll eventually enjoy it…and will definitely learn a lot from it.

There’s more to arts and crafts than making cute pictures to hang on the refrigerator. Each time your child creates something, he actually sharpens important skills that he’ll be able to use for the rest of his life.

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