The best (beginning with an) N craft ideas for kids: nail varnish washer necklaces, number mobile and novelty soap dispenser.
Check out my favourite N craft ideas for kids from last week’s #Pintorials:
Best N craft ideas for kids:
- Nail varnish and washer necklaces from Sun Hats & Wellie Boots: Who would have guessed you could make these necklaces from washers? I love all the different effects created. Plus they make wonderful gifts!
- Novelty Lego soap dispenser from The Gingerbread House: okay, this is a bit of a cheat, but I needed another N and this is such a fun, easy idea, I couldn’t leave it out.
- Number mobile from tin foil and play dough by Liz’s Early Learning Spot: this is a great learning activity – focusing on the first 5 numbers, but it would easily adapt to larger numbers or letters too.
Today I’m linking up an easy recipe for how to make pizzas for the whole family (from scratch) – I promise it’s really easy and you can freeze the dough too!
Why not pop round to my co-hosts; Eileen (teacher gifts), Kate (night-time craft activities) and Anna (maths activities) too?
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