Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop #32 : Paint Your Own Russian Nesting Dolls
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Crafty Moms Share
Crazy Little Family Adventure
Discovering the World Through My Son’s Eyes
Castle View Academy
La Cité des Vents
Los Gringos Locos
Russian Step by Step for Children
Raising a Trilingual Child
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Here’s my favorite from last time:
Mommy Moleta’s Craft ideas to Paint Your Own Russian Nesting Dolls is another craft from her site that is going onto my to do list. Both of my girls have pre-made Matreshka dolls (Матрёшка) that their grandparents brought them from Russia, but they do not get to play with them. They are used as decorative pieces and are not considered a toy. I love exposing children to colors and patterns typical of the Russia and paiting their own dolls is an idea they will get excited about.
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