We’ve shared quite a lot of animal themed crafts for toddlers and with all things spring firmly on my mind today I’m sharing this easy sheep craft for toddlers. Of course it’s a craft that can be adapted for older kids too and as preschool and older aged children grow more confident with scissors it’s one that they can enjoy too but on it’s most simplistic level with a little bit of grown up help this is an easy farm animal craft for toddlers that’s perfect for this time of year….
Crafts for Toddlers
I love using q-tips for crafts(or cotton buds as they’re called here in the UK). They’re cheap, you probably have some in your bathroom cabinet and they’re great for practising fine motor skills – always a winner with crafts for toddlers. My youngest has been wanting to make a ladybird for a couple of weeks now but I couldn’t think of anything that she could have fun and enjoy without being too adult led. I think it’s ok to prep a couple of bits in advance to help, but she’s only two so I don’t really like telling her where to stick things, or telling her that she shouldn’t use the pink paint if that’s what she wants. Thankfully this ladybird craft for toddlers suited her perfectly, I’ll share a couple of ideas in the post about how to make this as easy and enjoyable as possible and also a couple of ways you could change up this ladybird craft for older kids.