Doing crafts with your kids is so important as it helps to fine-tune their motor skills and provides them with a creative outlet! Crafting doesn’t have to be complicated or pricey, there are so many great projects that require only a couple supplies, and they’re usually things you can find around the house!
Here are 3 of the easiest and most fun crafts I’ve found that you can do with your toddler.
This Torn Paper Collage is a great way to get a child that may not normally be interested in crafts to want to participate. What could be more fun than tearing up pieces of paper and gluing them onto paper in fun shapes? Tearing paper does more than you think to help with children’s fine motor skills, too!
What could be better than finger painting with lots of different colors? Especially when stickers are used to leave white shapes behind. Get the full project instructions here.
I have to admit that this project has me really wanting to find some bubble wrap so that I can try it myself. There is just something so mesmerizing about the pattern of dots from the bubble wrap! Think of all the fun designs that could be made with this craft!
What are some of your kids’ favorite crafts? Let us know in the comments!
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