Log Cabin Crafts

Salute two Presidents with a log cabin craft from easy-child-crafts.com On President's Day, make some log cabin crafts in honor of Abraham Lincoln. You'll find all of the ingredients in your kitchen.

Clear off the table, gather up your kids and teach them about an amazing man who grew up in a Kentucky log cabin, made his way to the White House and put forth the idea that all men are created equal.

Yonatan and Jordan share their President's Day activity with you and invite you to join in the fun.




Jordan makes his log cabin.

Supplies:

  • A 1/2 pint milk carton, washed thoroughly

  • Creamy peanut butter

  • Pretzels, graham crackers, wheat crackers, cereal squares

  • scissors


Yonatan hard at work!

Directions:

  • Spread the milk carton with creamy peanut butter.

  • Cut the pretzel sticks to the desired length, using the scissors.

  • Lay the pretzels side by side to form a wall.

  • Add windows and a door.

  • Using crackers, make the roof.

    There you have it...a log cabin that you can eat, too!

    Yonatan is happy with his log cabin craft.

    Jordan with his completed craft.

    The finished products!

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