Need a fun turkey craft for kids that’s suitable for different ages, cheap and looks cute too? Well then I have just the thing for you! Both my two year old and four year old loved making these stained glass turkeys and because of the process you’ll use to make them they look pretty impressive too!
Paper Plate Crafts
Yesterday I shared the cute paper plate badger that I made this week with my daughter and today it’s the turn for this sweet paper plate fox! Both my children made these paper plate crafts but my son decided to use his for a bit of scissor practice before I managed to get the camera out. Never mind, one of the nice things about paper plate crafts is that they are so cheap to do and with a craft this cute I don’t mind doing it again next week!
Today has been yet another rainy kind of day so I thought it would be a good idea to drag the kids away from the tv and do a bit of crafting. I love paper plate crafts as they’re so cheap and easy to do – you can normally get a pack of paper plates for a pound meaning that it doesn’t matter if things don’t go exactly to plan. We’ve been taking a lot of walks in the wood recently watching the season start to change so I thought it would be fun to make some woodland animals, this here is our paper plate badger and you can also check out our paper plate fox!
Today was one of those days. The car was in the garage. I was ill. There was only so much Paw Patrol that any of us could handle. What to do? I suggested to my son that we made something and like any child of a crafts blogger he was determined and enthusiastic in his response. No. Then I suggested that we made some Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Cue running to the dinning room to get the paints out…
As we live near the seaside we love making sea crafts for kids, they’re a great way to remember fun had at the beach when you can’t be there yourself! My one and four year olds made these fun paper plate crabs so they make great crafts for toddlers and are not only cute but a great way to help with fine motor skills.