Designs to get Toddlers concepts throughout 2021
Christmas Crafts For Toddlers Age 2
You could also throw in glow-in-the-dark cups and glow sticks for added fun. To make a felt board tree, you’ll need a large piece of cardboard, scissors, and several colors of felt, including light blue, green, white, and brown. You can make an array of things often seen in nature, from clouds and snow to flowers, autumn leaves, and even birds or other animals.
If you’re looking for an elegant but easy Mother’s Day activity, this craft by How Wee Learn is an excellent one that any toddler can do. Using plain paper cups, you’ll make beautiful, blossomed flowers. All you need is a paper cup, paint, scissors, and a small rock. Mix together 1 cup of corn starch, 1 cup of water, and approximately 10 drops of food coloring. You’d be surprised by how many cute creatures you can make with toilet paper rolls. In this craft, your toddler gets to make their own “pinchy parrot,” as JB Mum of One calls it.
Simply place the flattened box on the floor and show your 1 year old how to paint the surface. I love toddler crayons because they introduce kids to writing and color. Thick, washable crayons are a must for better grip and accidental scribbles on the wall. It also helps to tape the sheet onto the surface, whether the table or the floor, to keep it from moving too much. Erasers – these can be fun to use as place makers on bingo cards or even turn them into stamps!
Find the tutorial for making and painting with oobleck at Babble Dabble Do. When you’re on the go or need a quick no-prep creative activity, why not make fun farmyard scenes with this Usborne sticker book, which comes with more than 130 stickers? Crafts for 2 years olds don’t have to be complicated.
Kids will spend hours painting fireworks (or starbursts or sunflowers or puffy clouds!). The SpruceBrightly painted and sectioned cardboard rolls make the wings for a colorful pipe cleaner butterfly. Kiddos will love imagining different patterns and designs for their butterfly wings, but they’ll need a bit of help gluing the bug together. Lengthen your little one’s attention span and spur creativity with well-planned craft time. From squirt gun painting to sticker lettering, here you’ll find a bunch of solid ideas to fill any afternoon.
Add beads along each stick to represent suckers on arms. Make a few and glue to a blue background, representing an undersea habitat for your octopi. Preschoolers will love glueing the pom poms on this cheerful flower craft. Affix a magnet to the back to display them on the fridge.