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Category: Homemade Toys
When kids interests change by the minute, its not always economically wise to buy them every toy that happens to be the flavor of the week. With 18 Homemade Toys Kids Can Make, you'll be able to stay on track with your sweethearts hobby of the day and your banks withdrawal limit. Now, you can have any toy you want because it will cost you hardly anything since your crafty hands will do the work. Kids can make anything that they put their minds to, and they'll definitely be putting their minds to making their favorite toys homemade.
We just caught wind of this amazing craft for children that can be personalized for any occasion! Make an Artsy Personalized Pinwheel as a really fun toy to play with indoors or out. Make a winter-themed pinwheel, one for the 4th of July, or craft one just because. Since you get to put your artwork on the pinwheel, these projects also make great gifts. Spin it any way you'd like. This great craft is sure to be a hit.
Babies deserve to have fun too! This Best Baby Toy Slot Box is an awesome DIY gift idea for a baby who may need help crafting. Turn this into paint activities for kids by having a group decorate sanded wood circles with all kinds of wacky colors and designs. Add this to your list of baby crafts to make. It's super easy and your little sibling, cousin or friend will love playing with their special homemade toy. Everyone can get involved in this DIY baby gift.
Ready the Bottle Cap Catapults! These fun recycled kids crafts make great homemade toys kids can make to play fun indoor games. Build rival blanket forts and set to work launching pom poms and ping pong balls at one another!
Pretend play in your brand-new Cardboard Box Dollhouse. Take any empty boxes you have around, and make a doll world out of them. Kids can draw their own decorations to spice up this creation. Color in a house, a school, a gas station and the whole neighborhood.
Make homemade toys to keep the money in your wallet. Never mind spending tons of cash on brand-name toys when you can create your own. Craft Cardboard Dado Squares for hours upon hours of fun. They're cheap and easy, and they're great building blocks for fine motor skills. Older kids can make different shapes other than rectangles and make really cool structures. Have a blast, be creative, and build your homemade toy collection!
This is your captain speaking. We will be taking off in just a few moments, and we will be making an extremely fun craft. Clothespin Airplanes are easy kids' crafts that provide hours of fun. For the little ones who love flying, this craft will give them their very own plane. The project also helps teach about balance. You will see that the weight must be even on each side so that the plane doesn't tip. Please fasten your seatbelts, and enjoy the ride.
Let's go fly a kite, but not just any kite. The kite that you made! How do you make a kite that costs nothing, you ask? Use paper and items from nature. The Costless Kite is as easy as that. If you're not in a rush, before putting the kite together, decorate the paper so that when you see your kite floating in the sky, you can see your awesome design smiling down at you. There is nothing more fun than seeing your project up in the air and working. Your head will be up in the clouds with the wonderful feeling that you crafted a kite.
Education games don't have to be boring, as this Crazy Crafty Color Wheel will show you. Make a color wheel so that baby can learn how to associate colors. This is such a fun homemade toy. The colorful clothespins are easy to handle at any age, and the chunks of colors are extremely eye-pleasing. In fact, this toy looks so inviting, anyone passing by will want to pick up the clothespins and match them to their proper section on the color wheel.