Amazing Craft Ideas that Your Kids Will Love

Being a responsible parent, you must ensure that your child gains quality knowledge and skills. Keeping them busy and entertained at the same time can be a daunting task. This is where educational fun activities and amazing craft ideas help parents and day care centers to educate and entertain kids at the same time.

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If you are looking for unique and amazing craft ideas that are easy as well as cost effective, here are a few great ideas that your kids will love!

Macaroni Necklaces

Making necklaces is always a great way to enhance your child’s creative skills while working on their hand-eye coordination and their ability to manipulate objects. Give them a thick string and large pieces of dry pasta to make these pretty macaroni necklaces.

Stamping Projects

Stamping Projects

Use pencil erasers or wine corks to create chicks and butterflies of different sizes. Stamp the body and then draw on the details. Children can also use their thumbprints to make the bodies.

Paper Cuttings

Paper Cutting

Teach the children how to cut out their favorite character or animal from a sheet of paper. This will also help them in strengthening important hand muscles. Making paper dolls or other characters is an interesting craft activity that attracts both boys and girls.

First Sewing

Encourage open-ended creativity, co-ordination, and fine motor skills in children by making their first sewing basket. Use simple and age appropriate materials to let them have their first-hand experience in sewing. Teach them how through sewing, they can make beautiful crafts.

Carrot Foot Prints

Foot Prints

Paper Roll Unicorn Craft

Unicorns make the world a more cheerful place! This Unicorn Paper Roll Craft is a bright and fun craft for youngsters to do. Your kids would love these fantastical animals so much. They are appropriate for both young and old children.

Dress Up Dolls of Community Workers

Children must understand who works in their neighborhood! Whether it's a fireman, police officer, nurse, or construction worker, all of these people play an important role in how a town or city functions. These Community Workers Dress Up Dolls craft is an excellent method to expose children to the individuals in their community.

Crab Made of Paper Cups

Do you want to do a fun craft with your kids? If yes, then this crab made out of paper cups is perfect for you and your kids. This craft is quite easy to make. All you need is a paper cup, a few construction papers, glue, and scissors, and you are set to go. This cup craft is perfect for summer parties or celebrations. Allow your children to work on these ahead of time.

Paper Hats

It doesn't get any easier than making these unique paper hats out of anything from old newspapers to leftover wrapping paper. They're wonderful for adding to games, and the folding process also helps improve your kids’ hand-eye coordination and attention.

Pebble-Made People

Who doesn't have a few beach pebbles or garden stones lying around? So instead of letting them get under your feet, have your kids turn them into amusing figures – or even family portraits. All you need are a few pots of paint and some ideas, in addition to the stones, to make something simple but amazing.

Let the child put their footprints on paper using orange paint. Using green construction paper, cut out tops that look similar to carrot tops and add to each footprint carrot. This is an easy craft for almost any age group and is ideal for child care facilities.


Dorothy Hastings

Dorothy Hastings is the Director of First School, which are three Preschool and child care centers located throughout Southern California. First School provides a hands-on approach to preschool education and child care programs that emphasizes all around child development. In addition to their intuitive academic approach, First School also focuses on developing a child's social skills and self-confidence, which is made possible in their intimate learning atmosphere.

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