Today harness that wind energy to create these easy breezy crafts and activities. Share your creations with us by tagging #redtricycle.

1. Pressed Flower Mobile
Choose bright petals and leaves to create this pressed flower mobile that will shine in the wind. Hop over to Twig and Toadstool for the how-to.

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photo: Twig and Toadstool

2. Bubble Mania
Make your own homemade bubbles and watch as they float up into the sky. Click over to Happy Hooligans to copy this fun idea.

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photo: Happy Hooligans

3. Wood Spinners
If you love the idea of wind chimes but don’t want the constant sound, make these wood spinners from How We Learn. Click here for the easy directions.
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photo: How We Learn

4. Make a Paper Airplane
Show your kids how class notes were delivered back in the day before text messages. If you don’t remember how to create a paper airplane visit Instructables for the 411.

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photo: reez via flickr

5. Paper Pinwheel
We bet you already have the supplies needed to make this paper pinwheel. For the scoop on this easy craft click over to Wendys Hat.
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photo: Littlelivingstone via flickr

What other crafts or activities use wind? Share your creations with the Red Tricycle community by tagging your photos #redtricycle.

— Erin Lem