PBS Parents Craft for Kids – Super Why! No-Sew Costume

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Do you love the show Super Why!? I know my kids do. I love that the kids are having fun and learning at the same time. I think there’s a great balance between the two. Well, whether you and your kids are big fans or no, I have to say that this is a pretty cool costume, all made from scratch, with no sewing involved. I know, it’s hard to believe, but check out the video below. It’s really pretty easy, and I think you and your kids will have a lot of fun like I did with mine! So go ahead, and try to make a no-sew Super Why costume and transform into your favorite PBS KIDS superhero for Halloween. Even if your kids end up hounding you at the local costume pop-up shop and you cave, it’s still a lot of fun and a great way to spend some creative time with your little ones. Enjoy!

Check out the 2 min video:

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For more on the hit PBS KIDS‘ show, Super Why, click here: http://www.pbs.org/parents/superwhy/

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Crafts for Kids is a weekly series that encourages parents and kids to spend time together making fun and simple projects. Brought to you by PBS Parents and Salsa Pie’s Caroline Urdaneta. Music provided by Freeplay.

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Frankenpop Awesomeness From The Kitchen Explorers And PBS Parents

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Who doesn’t love Halloween? It’s big time fun these days. Also, who doesn’t love crafts and treats? Dare I say, no one…non one doesn’t love sweet craft Halloween magic.  Well, along with finding the perfect costume and carving a terrifying jack-o-lantern, creating monster-themed sweet treats is a Halloween highlight.

The Kitchen Explorers from PBS Parents make magic in the kitchen with a team of kids in costumes and create professional-looking Frankenstein pops using only marshmallows, sticks, melted chocolate, and materials on hand in any kitchen, here: http://www.pbs.org/parents/kitchenexplorers/2013/10/10/frankenpops/

The Kitchen Explorers – a production of PBS Digital Studios – helps families discover new dishes and ways to make good-for-you foods tasty.  For more recipes: http://www.pbs.org/parents/kitchenexplorers/. You should check this out not only for Halloween, but all year long! Good stuff, that will be a blast for you and your brood.

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