Devon’s Summer Shack is moving online! On Tuesdays and Thursdays, crafts and activities will be posted online to bring you all the fun of Summer Shack from the comfort and safety of your own home. You can find instructional how-to videos on our Instagram (@townofdevon) and Facebook page (Town of Devon, Alberta, Canada).
Please see below for the materials required for this month’s crafts. Any registered programming can be registered through devon.recdesk.com.
To see more, check out our Town of Devon YouTube Channel
Get ready to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Week by creating your own fun instrument. Rain stick are great musical instruments, or just a calming sound to enjoy!
Materials required: Cardboard tube (toilet paper roll, paper towel roll, gift wrap roll cut in half), markers, scissors, glue, elastics, coloured paper, and dry goods (uncooked rice, lentils, etc.).
Celebrate Devon Pride Week by making your own rainbow using markers, water, and a bit of science! These look great hanging in the sun, or on your window.
Materials required: Scissors, markers, glue, coffee filters, googly eyes (optional)
Celebrate Devon Pride Week by making your own rainbow Pride bracelet! Register for “Pride Week Activity Kit” on devon.recdesk.com before June 8th to get the materials needed for this craft, or follow along with your own rainbow-themed embroidery floss.
Materials required: Pride Week Activity Kit from devon.recdesk.com; OR red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple embroidery floss.
This year, we have to celebrate Senior’s Week a little differently. For this craft, we will be sending hugs to our loved one by putting our own personal touch on envelopes!
Materials required: Envelope (A4 size or standard, depending on your preference), markers, scissors, glue, and coloured paper.
The only thing better than a fresh bouquet of flowers is a bouquet of flowers that lasts forever! With this craft, we’ll be putting a personal touch on a flower pot drawing for our loved ones.
Materials required: Scissors, coloured paper, glue, markers, beads and/or gems (optional).
Celebrate Indigenous Peoples Week by creating your own dreamcatcher!
Celebrate Parks and Recreation week by conducting a science experiment in your own home! This enviro-scape gives you the chance to witness what impacts our watershed in Devon and how we can protect it.
Materials required: Scissors, markers, glue, paper, sponge, fake trees (optional)
Celebrate Parks and Recreation week by collecting some of the nature we see everyday then preserve your findings as a keepsake! Remember to pick up leaves and flower petals off the ground so we’re not picking them from their homes on trees and stems!
Materials required: Scissors, wax paper, iron, leaves/petals/etc.
Prepare your home for Canada Day with this simple Canada Day windsock craft! Grab a cup or can then customize it with your Canadian pride to display just in time for July 1st.
Materials required: Can or cup, ribbons or streamers, white and red paint OR white and red paper, scissors, glue, markers
Recycle those empty egg cartons into cute animals! With some markers and imagination, turn your egg cartons into turtles, snakes, and frogs.
Materials required: Markers, scissors, glue, egg carton, pipe cleaners, googly eyes (optional)
Plant some seeds in a fun and unique way that helps our environment! Find an empty bottle, add some string and you’ll have a new hanging flower plant to watch your seeds grow in.
Materials required: Scissors, empty bottle, string, gardening dirt, seeds
We all have leftover newspapers in our home! Here is a way to recycle and have fun doing it by either creating some big, beautiful flowers or some newspaper swords that give you all the fun without the danger of poking someone’s eye out!
Materials required: Scissors, markers, glue, newspaper, cardboard, tape
Step back into medieval times by constructing your own mii catapult! Take down your enemies…or just play with your cat.
Materials required: Register for “Summer Shack Catapult” on devon.recdesk.com
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