Create this adorable fingerprint ant craft for preschool aged kids to make. This craft starts with a simple construction paper picnic blanket and then we add cute ants with your child’s fingerprints. It’s a simple and fun spring craft.
If there is one thing we love, its crafts for kids. Our kids love paper crafts, upcycled crafts, holiday crafts, and everything in between. So grab you creative cap, your kids, and a few simple supplies to join us for some crafty fun!
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Check out all the fun we have by taking what could be trash and creating something fun!
Grab a piece of paper and let’s get to making! From turkeys to boxes, the paper addiction is real.
Get in the holiday spirit with fun crafts for kids! Doesn’t matter what holiday, there’s something fun to create!
Other Crafts for Kids
Start browsing all the fun kids crafts we have created over the years. We’re sure you’ll find something that will inspire you to create with your kids.
These preschool tiger craft ideas are great for young kids. From simple bookmarks to fun puppets. There are fun animal crafts for children to create. Make them as you ring in the Chinese New Year or during an animal-themed party. There are lots of fun reasons to make tiger crafts.
This easy tiger bookmark is a fun animal craft for kids to make. Since 2022 is the year of the tiger, we thought we would make something that kids can use all year long!
An easy penguin craft that uses a kid-friendly quilling technique to create a 3D effect. Kids will love creating such a fun construction paper craft.
These February crafts for preschoolers are the perfect addition to several preschool themes. Create them during your craft time, turn them into a winter station, use them as fun morning work, or create them at home.
This easy polar bear craft is great for younger kids. It uses basic supplies and simple shapes. It’s a wonderful winter animal craft for the preschool classroom or the kitchen table.
These sun crafts for kids are perfect for preschoolers and kindergarteners. Create them during your craft time, turn them into a summer station, use them as fun morning work, or create them at home.
This simple cardboard and pipe cleaner flower craft is perfect for younger kids. It uses basic supplies and sneaks in fine motor skill-building. It’s great for the preschool classroom or the kitchen table.
These January crafts for kids are the perfect addition to several preschool themes. Create them during your craft time, turn them into a winter station, use them as fun morning work, or create them at home.
This triangle craft for preschoolers is so easy! You can mix and match colors to help teach about the color wheel. Decorate them for Christmas trees. Or just hang them in your classroom! Plus they use cardboard, so it’s a great recycling project too!
These shape crafts are perfect for teaching shapes to preschoolers. Basic shapes are important for your child to learn. Use these arts and crafts ideas to help your kids learn about different shapes.
Learn how to make a sun paper craft that actually rises and sets. This simple sun craftivity is perfect for preschoolers and kindergarteners or any kid who wants to play with their craft when they are finished.
These easy pipe cleaner Christmas crafts are perfect for kids to make in their classroom or at home. Pipe cleaners are a fun and inexpensive craft supply that kids like to play with.
This pipe cleaner sun craft is so easy to create. It uses simple supplies like cardboard and construction paper to create a fun and happy sun. Plus it sneaks in fine motor skill-building. Which is essential to the development of preschoolers.
This circle craft for preschoolers is a great activity to help teach about circles. Using primary colors, your child can put together a simple broken circle made out of construction paper.
This easy 3D paper Christmas tree gets its wow factor from simple spacers that help raise one layer of the tree. This craft is perfect for little fingers that are working on strengthening their fine motor skills. Plus it uses simple supplies. Which makes it great for the classroom.
These crafts and activities are a great introduction to primary colors for kids. Use these ideas to teach about red, yellow, and blue to your preschoolers or kindergarteners. They are great for the classroom or for at home.
Learn how to make paper spinners with these step-by-step instructions. These spinners are created in primary colors, so that you can use them to teach about creating secondary colors. Perfect for Kindergarteners.