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5 fun craft projects to keep kids entertained

5 fun craft projects to keep kids entertained

Keep kids entertained indoors with these simple craft activities.

5 fun craft projects to keep kids entertained

Easter bunnies

With Easter coming up, it’s the perfect time to get stuck into some Easter-inspired crafts.

This one by monstamoons is easy and enjoyable, all it needs it a bit of cardboard, paint and scissors.

Outline a bunny shape onto the cardboard and let kids paint it before cutting it with scissors.


DIY playdough

How to make playdough

Playdough is easy to make and hours of fun for kids of all ages. It’s the perfect sensory play activity they can do indoors and outside.

To make it yourself, all you need is some flour, oil, food colouring and water.

Click here for the recipe for DIY playdough.


Photo frames

These cute picture frames are a fun way for kids to make a little keepsake.

It’s super simple and kids can get creative with how they decorate and paint. It requires some old newspapers, glue stick, cardboard, a skewer and paint.

Click here for the full instructions.


Egg carton animals

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A Whaley simple egg carton craft, and a handy place to store things too! I’ve got a few ideas about what to put inside our whale.. just need to go for a walk first.. . Have you heard about the new weekly craft challenge at #makecreateplay? Set up by the wonderful @minimadthings (if you haven’t already, go take a look at her fabulous creations!) It’s all about using what you have to make things with your little ones that they can play with after. Something I’m passionate about as well. There are plenty of super duper creative insta accounts joining in during launch week, so it would be fantastic if you did too! The theme this week is fancy dress. . #eggcartoncraft #eggcartoncraftsforkids #whale #whalecraft #kidscrafts #kidscrafts101 #recyclination #somethingfromnothing #recycleandplay #usewhatyouhave #craftykids #reusecreate #recyclecreate

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This craft project is super straightforward and doesn’t require a how-to video.

Grab an old egg carton, some paint, cardboard and paper and let kids create their very own zoo animals.


Paper plate butterflies

For this one, all you need are some popsicle sticks, paper or plastic plate, some glue and paints.

Start by letting kids paint the plates and stick, then once you’ve helped them cut them, glue it all together to make colourful butterflies.

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