Chip Taylor Communications

Subject: Arts: Instruction & How-to

Hands On Crafts for Kids Series 7: Crafting in the USA (cc)

Learning to do crafts is not only fun, it's very educational. In this series we travel across every geographic region of the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii, to celebrate the customs, folklore and symbols of the 50 United States. Produced by Katherine Stull, Inc. Closed-Captioned. Programs available on 13 Click for more

13. Patriotic Designs (cc)

13. Patriotic Designs (cc)

This program presents five craft projects related to patriotic designs. Clay Flag - What could be more patriotic than Old Glory, the "nickname" for the American Flag coined by Captain Stephen Driver in 1831. As he was leaving on a voyage, friends presented him with a flag of twenty-four stars. As the banner opened to the ocean breeze for the first time, he exclaimed "Old Glory!" After returning home he cherished the flag. Wood Fire Crackers - Celebrate America's birthday on July 4th with a sizzling craft. Let Freedom Ring - The American Eagle is the symbol of America for its strength and nobility. Red White and Blue Frame - Picture your favorite American in an easy to make clay frame. All American Tote - Red, White and Blue is the basis for this Americana design for saving notes, cards, and other papers. 06/09DE/CC Closed-Captioned PIA 30 min.

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