Do you have some imaginative kiddos on your hands? Are you in need of some ideas for rallying the little ones for some energy-saving – or expelling time? Do you want to have some projects ready for a rainy day? Check out these 15 fun crafts for kids! Below you’ll find lots of great ways to have young minds delighting the play room with more than just blocks and dolls – but arts too!
These marshmallow shooters may just be the most adorable DIY toy around. Grab some of those tiny treats and learn how to whip these up with the kids over at Coffee Cups and Crayons. Then watch all the fun and imaginative play that comes after.
Fun at Home with Kids made some rainbow foam that looks like a lot of fun! Check out the tutorial and not only make this with the kiddos but join them in playtime as well. It’s a perfect way to help those with some sensory issues as well, get more comfortable with a new texture and explore new creative outlets.
Who loved lava lamps once in a blue moon? Well, now you can make some on your own but in a more contemporary – and kid-friendly way! Grab all of the details and easy tips by following along over at DIY Network.
Homedit have another great – and creative – idea for the little ones to explore. Why not grab all the ingredients needed to make a fairy garden? It’s the perfect way for siblings – and mom and dad – to come together and share some imagination together.
Homemade by Jill made arts and crafts in the afternoon a bit more fun for the little ones with this DIY. First, have your kiddos create their own art supplies. Learn how to mold your own crayons before you start coloring and drawing with them.
Another great way to spend a rainy afternoon is will some glue and some magazines. Allow your kids to show off what inspires them and what they like with this collage idea from Molly Moo Crafts. Help smaller children with the cutouts and the gluing, but no matter the age this is a beautiful way to allow them to express themselves.
What kid wouldn’t want a magic wand. And with help from A Bird with a French Fry you can learn how to make some right at home. Again, here, the imaginative play that comes after is endless and so much fun for everyone!
Here’s another creative DIY for everyone to take part in as well. First, you’ll make the bubble paint and then afterwards, the kids get to get artsy with it. Check out all the details on how to make it happen at Right at Home.
Helps us out with this one as well. If you’re looking for a fun paper project to try, then look no further than here! These paper flowers are great on their own or as part of a bigger project like a bouquet for mom or on a greeting card.