The best U craft ideas for kids
The best (beginning with a) U craft ideas for kids: underwater sensory glitter sand, upcycled paper bag bugs & plastic bottle monster game.
Here are my top three U craft ideas for kids from last week’s #Pintorials linky:
Best U craft ideas for kids:
- Upcycled paper bag bugs from A Little Pinch of Perfect: These are beautifully simple and I love the little details of glitter eyes and pipe-cleaner feelers!
- Underwater glitter sand sensory tray by In The Playroom: Aside from looking utterly beautiful, this activity is calming, creative and great for fine motor activity, letter and number recognition.
- Upcycled plastic bottle monster counting game from P is for Preschooler: Two for the price of one here – a fun craft activity and then an exciting maths game where the monster ‘throws up’ the numbers – fantastic!
This week I’m linking up my post about How to craft with kids without destroying your house. It’s great for anyone who is afraid of messy crafting, glitter, paint and glue – take a look and tell me what tips I have missed!
Why not check out my co-hosts; Eileen (sewing activities), Kate (summer lunch ideas) and Anna (butterflies and bugs) too?
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