18 responses to “Singing Cicada Craft”

  1. Rachel

    Wow, that’s super creative! I love these little guys, I’ll be linking.

  2. Laurel

    We recently found some cicada shells in the drive and this would be a great craft to try. You post such imaginative projects. I admire your creativity and enthusiasm. thanks

  3. Staci A

    What a wonderful idea! My son’s been obsessed looking for cicadas lately. I’m sure he’d love this project. Thanks for sharing it!

  4. The Magic Onions

    What a fun project… those cicadas your girls made are too sweet… who knew there were 2500 species – that’s amazing!!
    Thanks for sharing on Friday’s Nature Table
    Blessings and magic.

  5. Lisa

    What a fun project. My son is very “into” bugs right now.

  6. Toni

    great craft idea we have a few cicads here too. they are quite loud at times. My kids love them. OUrs have a blue tinge to them.

  7. tara

    So creative ~ and they SING!!

  8. Nikki

    I am loving your posts and just as much for their synchronicity! I picked a leaf yesterday from a friend’s property not knowing what it was and my googling was unsuccessful – well there is the lambsear leaf up there in your post and the answer to my question lol.

  9. Robin

    very cool I am going to do this with the little kiddos!

  10. Mariah

    I love this – we hear them but have never seen them! The girls have been asking about their sounds – I am going to show them this post and do a bit of research. Thanks for the inspiration :)

  11. Shady Lady

    Princess wants to learn about cicadas during our bug explorations. Perhaps I’ll be brave enough to try this project.

  12. Goddess Leonie

    Oh my goodness… I just adore these so very much… what a beautiful crafty project. I so adore how so much of it comes from nature already. Your chidlings are so blessed to have you as their nurturing mama!

  13. Sarah

    Soooo very fun! We grew up with cicadas, but I haven’t seen any around here. I love the sound they make.

  14. kate

    What a great idea. I love a craft that ties into the natural world is so many ways….Think I’ll have to tailor this to something we see more of around here– monarch butterflies maybe?

  15. Christie

    Wow, that is so cool. I wish we had them here but we don’t. I remember them growing up in the south. :)

  16. latisha

    so cool. two questions:
    1. where do you get your cool ideas, or are you just that amazing!
    2. how did you learn so much about herbs and plants and identifying?

  17. Linda

    Such a clever idea, thanks for sharing :)