Cards For Seniors
Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
Make cheerful cards for isolated seniors. Use big print (not cursive) so the card is easy to read. Provide stickers and stencils to help the younger kids. Adults can make cards too. A great use for all the artwork kids bring home.
See our guide to arts & crafts resources for inspiration.
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