My little one loves to make things with her hands. We are always trying to find some new and simple craft projects for toddlers on Pinterest. There are so many of them, but I wanted to share some of our favorite ones. These blogs have so many cool ideas, so don’t forget to check them out – you will get so much inspiration, I guarantee you that.
Here are some really simple and fun craft projects for your toddlers and preschoolers.
9 Simple Craft Projects For Toddlers
1. Paper Bowl Jellyfish
This colorful jellyfish craft for toddlers doesn’t require any painting so it’s a perfect mess-free craft for toddlers. One of our favorite simple crafts for toddlers. Source: I Heart Crafty Things
2. Button Snail
This is adorable preschool craft – you can make a wonderful snails using just old cds and colourful buttons. Source: I Heart ArtsNCrafts
3. Painting With Rain
This is a scented homemade paint recipe made from just two ingredients, and one of them is rain. Such a cool idea – one of my favorite simple crafts for toddlers. Source: Learn Play Imagine
4. Handprint Tree
Beautiful Handprint Tree art idea for kids. Perfect for preschoolers exploring Autumn themes and colours. Source: Arty Crafty Kids
5. Handprint Earth Day Craft
Simple handprint crafts are the best choice for toddlers! Source: Crafty Morning
6. Paper Chain Snake
This Paper Chain Snake is a fun craft for any snake fan to make. Source: Raising Little Superheros
7. Surprise Ferocious Beings Paper Project
Simple folded art project for toddlers. Source: Art for kids and robots
8. Egg Carton Dinosaur Hat Craft
Make a cool egg carton dinosaur hat craft with your kids! Source: Crafty Morning
9. Homemade Telescope
Your little ones will love to watch birds through their new homemade telescope. Source: Highlights
Do you have some simple craft projects for toddlers to share?
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[…] After moving to the Netherlands we have started seeing painted rocks on our walks. We got intrigued and discovered there is a big “Happy Stones” movement ( The Kindness Rocks Project) around our area with people leaving painted rocks for other to find to bring the smile to their face. Emily of course liked looking for hiding places, getting the biggest smile everytime we managed to find at least one. It didn’t take long until we became obsessed not only with looking for them, but also painting them. She seen no problem in us starting to paint happy stones and leaving them for people to find. My art teacher could’ve given her few reasons why that wasn’t a good idea. I am bad even with simplest craft projects. […]