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    • #46945

      Hey everyone! What kind of crafts do you do with your little ones. My son is 4 and loves to do crafts and we need some cute ideas!

    • #46982

      finger painting, and playdoh

    • #46992

      washable sidewalk chalk for these warmer days

    • #47014

      DIY slime is always fun

    • #47015

      sensory bottles

    • #47059

      Nur

      l always go Micheals to buy materials for him. l really recommend this place for activies

    • #47102

      I find slime to ve a sticky problem

    • #57519

      My girls to paper bag and made a vest and colored it as cowboys and Indians

    • #93975

      Check on Facebook for “Playfull”. They post frequent, short and easy ideas.

    • #94450

      nice

    • #140299

      Hand print crafts are always fun. Make prints in a ring for sunflowers, a reindeer or pineapples.

    • #145319

      J

      You could make different animals with the hand or foot print. You would just paint his hand or foot and place it on the paper.

    • #171908

      Shaving cream painting is fun

    • #185070

      I love making “sculptures” out of things found in nature. You’ll have to help a bit with the gluing (or use glue dots) but there are endless options for what you can make, and looking for the supplies is a built in bonus activity. You can find a lot of ideas if you google “nature crafts” or if you search by specific item, like “Acorn crafts”. A really easy idea with a toddler is to make an acorn picture frame. You just need to cut out a shape on some construction paper and outline where you want the “frame” part to be, then glue a ton of acorns all around the frame. Leave the inner-most circle empty until after you put the photo down, otherwise it can be tricky to wedge the photo in.

    • #185088

      We have made leaf people by collecting different size leaves for each body part and glued them on construction paper. Fun with nature.

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