LooLeDo.com Announces Availability of New Kids Crafts Forum for Kids, Parents, Teachers and Educators

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Site With a Focus on Encouraging the Use of Recyclable Materials in the Construction of Kids Crafts Adds a Forum for Craft Discussion and Ideas

We are excited to add this new forum for kids, parent, teachers, and educators to connect with other users.

LooLeDo.com announces the addition of a craft discussion forum for kids crafts construction ideas to its social networking website.

This forum allows members to share crafts for kids ideas with other members, and adds to the significant amount of craft instructions already available on the site.

Forum members are also given access to the social networking section of the website, which allows users to connect and share craft ideas with other members in a Facebook-like fashion, with the ability to “friend” other users, send messages, upload photos and video content, comment on other users activities, and stay up-to-date on the latest LooLeDo crafts.

Forum members are also allowed to purchase new books that have been made available on the LooLeDo.com website.

Extraordinary Projects from Ordinary Objects # 1 includes fifteen colorfully illustrated guides to creating projects out of everyday household objects, from blimps that really fly to compasses that really point north. This book also includes an index of supplies and a pull-out poster in the hardcover version.

Picnic on a Cloud is illustrated with full page color artwork throughout, a history of blimps and airships, and a You Can Do It page with detailed instructions for building a blimp from household items. Included in the hardcover version is a full-size blimp poster.

Super Salads includes the story of David, Jessica, and Newton as they build a greenhouse, a history of greenhouses, detailed, step-by-step instructions for building a boat from household items, and a pull-out poster in the hardcover version.

With this recent inclusion of a forum that has been designed for kids interested in crafts, LooLeDo.com is responding to requests by active users that it should make available additional kids crafts content containing instructions for crafts that are suitable for children with very limited resources and which can be made very quickly in the classroom or at home.

LooLeDo.com currently offers over 10,000 pages of craft-based photos, videos, and craft instructions.

LooLeDo.com, which was developed with elements from the successful Look, Learn and Do Publications series of children’s books, was built for people with an interest in simple kids crafts to connect with one another, share craft ideas and projects, create interest groups, and have fun.

“We are excited to add this new forum for kids, parent, teachers, and educators to connect with other users,” said Mark Icanberry, President of Look, Learn & Do Publications. “We love hearing about the fun that kids all over the world are having as they make the crafts they find on LooLeDo.”

LooLeDo.com users can register and upload photo albums and photos of crafts they have made, with customizable descriptions and tags, and can share their photos with other users and viewers. Users can also upload their own videos or link to others.

Membership is free, and offers users a wide variety of features. Members are able to

  • Comment and rate other people's projects
  • Send messages to other users
  • Invite friends to join
  • Create and manage individual craft interest groups
  • Edit their own profile and home page
  • Upload their own videos in a wide variety of common video formats, and tag and describe their videos for others
  • Create their own photo albums, and upload photos into these albums with step-by-step instructions for other users to follow when making kids crafts

About LooLeDo.com
LooLeDo.com was founded in September 2009 by Mark Icanberry, President of Look, Learn & Do Publications, and author of the successful Look, Learn & Do Series of children’s books. LooLeDo.Com is headquartered in Alamo, CA.

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