Pop-up cards are fun, three-dimensional projects that use simple tools: paper, scissors and maybe a little glue and crayons. Here's a design you can dress up for your special sweetie, or keep simple to produce dozens of classroom cards.
As a craft-challenged parent, I planned out this project with just one pop-up element: a bee, which we've provided here to make it easier on you, too. If you've got spatial-relationship skills I don't, feel free to cut several pop-up "flower" folds and create a stand-up garden. Even better, check out this website for other pop-up projects, including some great basic instructions.
For kids age 6 -15, Camp Greylock is a traditional coed day camp run by the Greater Burlington YMCA at Kingsland Bay State Park on Lake Champlain in Ferrisburgh, Vermont. Lunch, snack and transportation are all provided. Fun and games are just the start. Camp Greylock is a place where…(more)