The Camp Moose on the Loose craft ideas book offers 34 different craft options for you to choose from during the week! If your craft team loves DIY crafts; they have you covered and even include templates in the craft book. If your team prefers craft kits, they have plenty of options for those too. Each craft has thorough directions and a list of what to prep for it, which helps in the decision making process. Below is information about some of the craft kits you can choose from for the week.
Day One – Firefly Door Hanger or Owl Windsock – The Firefly Door Hanger is a great craft for all elementary students, while the owl windsock is geared for older elementary students. Both crafts provide a chance for kids to be creative in how they design their crafts.
Day Two – Ceramic Backpack Banks or Paint a Camp Sign Poster – Children can color the bank with paint or markers to make own unique backpack bank. The Paint a Camp Sign craft may take two days because of drying time; however, you can send the craft home for children to finish.
Day Three – Marshmallows Roasting on an Open Fire or Color Your Own Camp Water Bottle Holder -Both crafts are designed for all ages and require minimal leader help, which is perfect for the halfway point of VBS!
Day Four – Lightning Bug Craft or Cabin Photo Frame – Children will use some glow-in-the-dark beads to make their lightning bugs, which makes the craft even more fun for them. If you choose to make the Cabin Photo frames, consider taking pictures of each child and printing them during craft time for them to add to their frame.
Day Five – Camp Memories Box or Paracord Bracelet – The Camp Memories box will help children remember their time at Camp Moose on the Loose, specifically the Bible verses they’ve memorized. The paracord bracelet is a fun craft for older kids; you might want to purchase extra kits in case children want to make more than one bracelet.
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