Do you have any ideas for good kids' crafts to do in Mexico?
I'm headed on a mission trip to Mexico in a few weeks and, as a part of that trip, will be helping out with an English camp for kids. We'll be doing a craft with the kids every day. I've got some ideas of things that we've done in the past, but I'm betting some of you have some new and different ideas.
There are some constraints. We'll have 65+ kids ages 5-12ish. They'll speak very little English, so instructions need to be simple and any text as a part of the project should be either in Spanish or very simple English. We'll need to bring the supplies with us (thankfully flying Southwest). The crafts need to be fairly inexpensive (average less than $0.50 each), able to be completed in ~20 minutes...outside (in a park) with very few tables. And I'd like them to be more than just "stick these precut foam shapes on this sheet to make the picture of Jesus feeding the multitude".
Anyone have any ideas?