Easy Toddler Crafts

Easy toddler crafts tried and tested in your home that you can share with other moms and caregivers like yourself.

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Recycle those Broken Crayons
When I saw the commercial advertising: "Crayola Crayon Maker" my first thought was... cool but I remembered a much BETTER way to melt crayons from old …

Jellyfish Craft for Toddlers 
Paper plate Jellyfish Materials Paper plate (not too waxy) Black paper/cardboard Crepe paper / cellophane Pencils/Crayons Scissors

The Ultimate Busy Box (aka The Mom's Too Tired From Nursing Baby to "Do a Craft" Box) 
1 lg basket/box with a home location that is up high out of reach 1 box ziploc storage bags Directions: 1) Fill each ziploc storage bag with …

Glitter Glue Pictures 
Working with glitter can be a bit tricky with young ones and it can get into young eyes and cause a lot of pain. Glitter glue is a great way for toddlers …

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Caterpillar 
This is a post reading activity for the book The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. You will need construction paper, medium sized craft cotton balls …

Growing Carrot Tops 
This is the easiest way to show your toddler how things grow - and simple enough that there is almost no mess and can be used to reinforce an ongoing 'garden/growing' …

Paper Butterflies 
You will need: 1 ice-cream (Popsicle) stick Paper (preferably thick paper or thin cardboard) Colouring pencils or crayons Glitter glue Draw the …

Toddler Shape Activity 
This is something to make when teaching shapes. Using construction paper (I let her pick out different colors for each shape) cut out one large square, …

Torn Paper Art 
My two-year-old twin girls love to make torn tissue paper art. I just give them sheets of tissue paper. They tear off small pieces, roll them into little …

Toddler Sticker Fun 
This is great for moms that don't want the mess of glue,paint etc, as well as for moms of younger toddlers. I give my boys a sheet of colored construction …

Play Dough for One Child 
Playing with play dough is a good way for a child to develop her fine motor skills as well as to develop creativity and imagination. The recipe below …

Sensory bags Not rated yet
Not sure if this idea was mentioned but here goes. I made 8 sensory bags using zip- lock bags. In it I squeezed a little bit of hair gel, through in a …

Water Beads Not rated yet
I did a sensory activity with my 3 year old little boy who has sensory processing disorder. Materials: Water Beads (found in floral section of hobby …

Newspaper placemats Not rated yet
Things you will need: newspaper (that is it!) This is an easy way to teach your kids how to reuse/recycle newspaper. Just have your kids help …

Creepy Crawlers! Not rated yet
Things you will need: -Egg carton -googly eyes -Glue -scissors -pipe cleaner -Things to decorate it with ie: fuzzy balls, foam cutouts, markers, …

Toddler Greeting Cards Not rated yet
This a fun way to teach your children about etiquette and blessing others. If you sense they are capable, it is also a good and fun way to teach them …

Toddler Gardening Fun Not rated yet
You need a small peat pot, markers, small amount of soil, and inexpensive annual plant. Have your child decorate the pot with markers then plant the annual …

Toddler Paperbag Teddy Craft Not rated yet
Craft items required: Plain paper bag with an outline of a teddy drawn on one side stickers colouring in pencils or crayons scrunched up paper …

Pumpkin Shape Matching Not rated yet
1. Cut out pumpkin shape and stem; attach stem to back of pumpkin. 2. Cut out small black shapes of your choice, 3 of each shape(3 circles, 3 triangles, …

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