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I’m not someone who asks for a lot for Mothers Day but a lie in and something handmade would always pretty close to the top of my list! I think handmade gifts are a lot nicer than shop bought ones and I know that most kids prefer getting creative to being dragged around a shop as well. Today I’m sharing some Mothers Day crafts for toddlers that will make fantastic gifts and keepsakes as well as Mothers Day cards that toddlers can make, perfect for ensuring a gorgeous handmade day full of lovely presents that will really mean something!

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This simple rain craft for kids is perfect for preschoolers or as a craft for toddlers. As well as being easy to make it uses items that you’re likely to have at home and along with our other weather crafts it’s a great activity if you’re looking at weather crafts or spring crafts.

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Painting is all good and fun but sometimes it’s fun to use something other than a paintbrush! This easy shamrock craft for kids is perfect for little hands and you could also use it to help teach colour mixing.

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I am so happy that Spring is finally here! I love paper plate crafts as they’re so easy, simple and cheap to make – perfect whether you’re crafting with a class full of kids or just as a cheap craft supply that you can keep in the cupboard when you need it! Today I’m sharing my favourite spring paper plate crafts for kids, there’s tons of gorgeous ideas listed so I’m sure you’ll find loads that you and the kids will love as much as I do.

easy spring paper plate crafts for kids

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This easy colour mixing activity for St Patrick’s Day has lots going for it – it’s easy to set up, you can use it as sensory play for younger kids or as a way to teach colours to preschoolers and toddlers or you can look at mark making or letter formation with older kids. Plus it’s mess free – that’s got to be a good thing too!

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