Check out these digital crafts for kids, suggest by the New York Times
Creative families now have another resource for bringing unique projects to their kids with The New York Times round-up of best craft apps for families. Particularly grand for parents groaning under the strain of summer break, these craft apps are hands-on, age-appropriate and meant to be shared among several generations. For example, Foldify, a $4 iPad app, allows young kids and parents to download a variety of paper templates to print and fold into simple toys like a race car. Users can even draw on their own details like facial features. Another craft app includes DK Publishing's Dorling Kindersley’s Kids’ Crafts, which is a combination of games like a virtual cross stitch game; the app also includes tutorials for crafts for kids, including the pirate plushie doll featured above.
To learn more about these unique craft apps for families, head to The New York Times.