My son and I really enjoy making crafts together! While we were home schooling, we made lots of preschool crafts to go along with out letter of the week. I like to make things with supplies we already have on hand, so you will see lots of construction paper, paper plate, craft sticks, and toilet paper roll crafts.
I’d love to see what your little one creates, so if you are posting craft pictures on Instagram, please tag me @imaginations_running_wild.
Preschool Crafts by Season:
Fall– apples, pumpkins, fire trucks, Halloween, foxes, leaves, Thanksgiving, and more!
Winter– snowflakes, snowmen, Hanukkah, Christmas, and Valentine’s Day.
Spring– butterflies, flowers, nature, and Easter.
Summer– yummy summer fruits, ocean animals, Fourth of July, and fun!
Crafts by Materials:
Paper Plate Crafts–paper plates can be transformed into animals, pretend food, and more.
Toilet Paper Roll Crafts–put those empty toilet paper rolls to good use and let your little one make cute animal crafts out of them.
Tissue Paper Crafts–tissue paper is a great way to add color and texture to your child’s craft projects!
Paper Bag Puppets–quick, easy and cute to make, these paper bag puppets are lots of fun for preschoolers.
Construction Paper–whether you are cutting or tearing, construction paper crafts are fun to make and great for fine motor skills too.
Stick Puppets–quick and easy crafts, these little puppets are tons of fun.
Coffee Filters–make beautiful leaves, bats, and butterflies out of coffee filters.
Cardboard–put all of your cardboard boxes to new uses with these crafts.