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Category: Paint, Sculpt & Color
I speak for the trees, said the Lorax. Learn to speak for the trees when you make your own Truffula Forest from The Lorax. This decorative kids craft is also great as a series of lesson activities as you read along with the book in honor of Dr. Seuss or Earth Day.
If you think paper is simply a disposable surface to draw on, you are in for a pleasant surprise. Load up on the affordable craft material, and you'll soon be surrounded by paper in its numerous forms. Kids will love watching paper become a frog, a shirt, and an airplane, especially when it's by their own hands. Fold, snip, print, roll, and trace your way through 24 Kids' Paper Craft Projects, which are sure to astound you.
Learning your ABC's can be a fun and creative project. This learning the Alphabet Keepsake Book is a great idea for toddler crafts and back to school crafts that parents can display as educational artwork.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Keep the doctor far away when you craft Apple Art for Preschoolers. Kids' paper plate crafts are inexpensive ways to get creative. Make your apple full, half-eaten, or with just one bite depending on how you'd like it to look. Color your apple all green, all red, half and half, or some cool mix of colors based on your favorite kind of the yummy fruit. Keep yourself happy and healthy with this fun craft for kids.
Colored Pencil Classroom Labels are great kid-made classroom decorations that will look great as name tags or item labels for preschool and kindergarten classes. Students can color or paint these fun papercrafts for kids to personalize anything they want.
Colorful Ice Art is one of the few kids' winter activities that requires no clean-up at all. Fun kids' crafts that simply melt away are the perfect no-fuss activities for children. This craft can easily be done inside in a bathtub or sink. If you're looking for ideas for kids crafts that are also educational, Jessica gives some great ideas for scientific conversations while the kids are painting away.
Courtly Pipe Cleaner Crowns are fun homemade costumes and bendable sculptures from fuzzy pipe cleaners. Kids can pretend to be royalty with these wonderful wearables and make them as homemade toys for dress up games.
Use your noodle to come up with a great doodle! When you Doodle a Dish you'll be able to see your awesome drawing after you slurp up that last spoonful of spaghetti. Make an entire set of dishes so that the whole family can enjoy your art. Drawing on dishes is one of the most fun activities for children because they can doodle whatever they please, and then their masterpieces get used by diners. Absolutely any age can doodle a dish. I'll have dinner with a side of doodles, please!
This Dr. Seuss City reinforces children's tactile skills and their reading comprehension. Make paper crafts for kids like this for a lasting toy. You can also make these whimsical buildings as recycled crafts for kids by using old cardboard as a canvas this and more wonderful Dr. Seuss crafts and activities!
Drip Painted Rainbow Pots use the drip painting technique, which kids will love because it is simple and produces a rainbow effect. Make these painting projects for kids like these painted ceramic pots for unique gifts and garden crafts.