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8 DIY Crafts Your Kids Will Love

diy crafts for kids

It”s not always easy to find crafts and activities for kids that are both fun and educational. Here are 8 DIY craft tutorials that are perfect last-minute activities to pull out when your child says there’s nothing to do.

 

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  • Monster Pet Rocks 1 of 8
    Monster Pet Rocks
    Turn ordinary rocks and pebbles found in your yard into extraordinary & colorful pet rock monsters!
    via cocoa bean
  • Cardboard Box Shape Sorter 2 of 8
    Cardboard Box Shape Sorter
    Turn an ordinary cardboard box into a super fun toy that will help your child learn their shapes and sizes.
    via parents.com
  • Marshmallow Catapult 3 of 8
    Marshmallow Catapult
    Your kids will love battling it out with this super fun catapult that is harmless enough to be used indoors.
    via random scraps
  • Homemade Rock Candy 4 of 8
    Homemade Rock Candy
    Kids will have a blast making this classic & colorful treat. Super simple!
    via gluesticks
  • DIY Leaf Alphabet 5 of 8
    DIY Leaf Alphabet
    THis fun activity uses natural shapes made from leaves to teach your child their letters.
    via martha stewart
  • Fun Glasses 6 of 8
    Fun Glasses
    Making these paper "fun-glasses" is a simple project that packs a lot of fun!
    via bloesem kids
  • Dinosaur Stomp 7 of 8
    Dinosaur Stomp
    These super awesome dinosaur feet can be easily made in a matter of minuets using duct tape, tissue boxes, and paint.
    via familyfun
  • Potato Wheel Prints 8 of 8
    Potato Wheel Prints
    Your child will spend hours making prints using these simple & fun paint wheels made from potatoes.
    via simply sublime

 

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