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We’re Wild About These Jungle Book-Inspired DIYs

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The live action version of one of our favorite Disney classics, The Jungle Book, is coming out and we couldn’t be more excited! To get our kids pumped for the film, we’ve rounded up some fun crafts and recipes. From binoculars to lion cupcakes, these activities will make you forget about any worry or strife!

Here are 13 ways to embrace your Jungle Book fever.

Crafts

1. Jungle Planter

Image source: Raising Whasians
Image source: Raising Whasians

All you need to craft a beastly planter are some toy animals, an x-acto knife, and a drill. Whether you have a green thumb or prefer fake plants (they do last forever), your kids will love seeing toys on display. (via Raising Whasians)

2. Kaa Snake Craft

Image source: All for the Boys
Image source: All for the Boys

If crafting is not your strongest skill, this Kaa lookalike snake will be perfect for you. All you have to do is sssnip a ssspiral and decorate to your kid’s liking. The little ones can even help! (via All for the Boys)

3. Hand Puppets

Image source: Disney.com
Image source: Disney.com

By following these simple instructions you and your family can have tons of animal fun before bedtime! (via Disney.com)

4. Jungle Activity Book

Image source: Frugal and Fun Mom
Image source: Frugal and Fun Mom

With a hole puncher, string, and some playful animal stickers, your kids can make a jungle book of their own! Fill with some of these Disney Jungle Book activity pages and let the fun begin. (via Frugal and Fun Mom)

5. Animal Washing Sensory Play

Image source: Where Imagination Grows
Image source: Where Imagination Grows

A little bit of bubble bath goes a long way with this sensory play tub! We’re sure you have tons of animal toys that could use a good clean. (via Where Imagination Grows)

6. Craft Tube Binoculars

Image source: Arts Crackers
Image source: Arts Crackers

Search the jungle, ahem … the backyard, for wild creatures with these easy-to-make binoculars! (via Arts Crackers)

7. Paper Plate Monkey

Image source: Crafty Morning
Image source: Crafty Morning

Is there anything better than crafting with things you already have at home? Turn your average paper plates into cute monkeys with this fun activity! (via Crafty Morning)

8. Pipe Cleaner Snake

Image source: Kids Activities Blog
Image source: Kids Activities Blog

Who doesn’t love beaded crafts? This simple-to-make snake will slither right into your heart. (via Kids Activities Blog)

Recipes

1. Jungle-Themed Cracker Snacks

Image source: Brooke McLay
Image source: Brooke McLay

Make snack time healthy and fun with this animal cracker snack hack. (via Babble)

2. Coconut Punch

Image source: Our Family World
Image source: Our Family World

Who doesn’t love kiddie cocktails? This tropical punch will make your family feel like they’re right in the middle of the jungle! (via Our Family World)

3. Monkey Muffins

Image source: Craftaholics Anonymous
Image source: Craftaholics Anonymous

Your kids won’t think twice about skipping breakfast with these silly monkey muffins on the table. (via Craftaholics Anonymous)

4. Worms and Dirt Pudding Pops

Image source: Macki West
Image source: Macki West

We’ve all had dirt pudding before — only the chocolate kind of course! Now your little ones can take this fun treat on the run as they adventure into the wild. (via Babble)

5. Lion Cupcakes

Image source: Peace But Not Quiet
Image source: Peace But Not Quiet

A lion may be the king of the jungle, but you can rule dessert with these adorable lion cupcakes. (via Peace But Not Quiet)

Disney’s The Jungle Book is now available on Blu-ray, Digital HD & DisneyMoviesAnywhere

Article Posted 1 year Ago

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