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Crafts for kids

Easy, achievable and fun crafts for kids – cheap materials but amazing results!

So today I’m sharing some easy and fun pig crafts for kids with you, mainly because I thought it would be a good idea with Chinese New Year on the way so that you can use these as year of the pig crafts but also because I think pig crafts are actually pretty popular all year round? If you have young kids then you’ve probably spent some (or in my case a lot) watching Peppa Pig and many of these are easy to adapt into Peppa Pig crafts. Or you can use them for a farm theme too – loads of way to use these easy and simple crafts.

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Since having kids we’ve always celebrated Chinese New Year at our house, after Christmas I think it’s good to have something else to look forward and celebrate (I’m sure winter is about 3 months longer than the other seasons?). We love sharing crafts for toddlers when we can and with it’s bright colours and fantastic food Chinese New Year is a fun way to teach kids about other cultures. These easy with simple dragon crafts and lantern crafts theseĀ Chinese New Year crafts for toddlers are a great way to make sure that all ages can join in with the celebrations.

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I love a cute craft and my kids do too – my daughter was desperate to make this cute dog Valentines Day toilet paper roll craft when she saw it so we now have a little group pf these cuties lined up in our dining room!

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So this pretty much combines both mine and my daughters two big obsessions right now – paper plate crafts and unicorns and why not combine them for Valentines Day? It’s all about what you love right?! This unicorn paper plate Valentines craft is super easy to make and looks great – a winner round our house.

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Just like using a knife and fork or holding a pencil, using a pair of scissors is one of those things that kids just have to learn to do at some point, but like most things to do with kids it’s a lot better for everyone involved if you can do it in a fun way! My kids were never big fans of worksheets and to be honest I’m not either, I don’t think I’m alone in admitting that I prefer to do activities with my kids that I can enjoy a bit too? Some of these activities have been created for encouraging scissor skills while others are crafts or activities that require using (and therefore practising) scissor skills in a simple and easy way. Hopefully they’ll all bring a bit more fun for you and your kids to getting those scissor skills perfected!

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