The best (beginning with an) E craft ideas for kids: Elmer the elephant sun-catchers, eating shark play doh geometry & exploding coloured milk experiment.
Here are my favourite three E craft ideas for kids from last week’s #Pintorials linky:
Best E craft ideas for kids:
- Elmer the elephant sun-catchers from Crafts on Sea: This is a super-cute and easy craft for young kids and I love ‘Elmer’s girlfriend (at least that’s how I interpreted it) by Kate’s little boy.
- Eating shark by Left Brain Craft Brain: Another fun, creative learning activity from Left Brain Craft Brain – investigate angles and triangles, then feed them to the hungry shark!
- Exploding coloured milk from In The Playroom: I love the beautiful effect this experiment made, it is easy enough for anyone to have a try and the process is both fascinating and relaxing to watch…
This week I’m linking up my Leaf Art tutorial. It’s actually more intended as inspiration than a how-to, but we had so much fun with it, I really urge you to have a go – it is perfect for all ages and a great excuse to go exploring for natural materials.
Why not check out my co-hosts; Eileen (Summer recipes), Kate (underwater activities) and Anna (paper plates) too?
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