15 Easy Kindergarten Crafts and Art Activities for Kids

Being stuck at home should not limit you and your kids to be entertained and productive. Actually, this is the perfect time for you and your family to bond and do some fun activities! With that said, here are fun and educational kindergarten crafts and art activities for your kids to do!

15. Crayon Colors Printable Crafts for Kids

Kids will have fun learning their colors, color words, and strengthening fine motor skill with this adorable crayon colors printable crafts for kids. Simply download the printable crayon template, cut, color, and paste to make your own crayon box craft for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners.

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14. Colorful Painted Popsicle Stick Picture Frame

A simple craft the kids could do, upcycling popsicle sticks into colorful picture frames for displaying your families favourite memories.

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13. FREE Printable Kite Alphabet Craft

This super cute, Kites alphabet activity is a fun way for kids to practice identifying the letters words start with and to make a fun alphabet craft too! Perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, pre k, and kindergarteners to make this summer.

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12. Fruit Painted Kindess Rocks!

Using some creative play on words, you can add a bit of cheer to someone’s day with these simple fruit painted kindness rocks.

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11. Paper Bag Tree Kids Craft for Thanksgiving 

We’ve got a super fun fall kids craft for you this week – and it’s perfect for Thanksgiving. This craft takes a little bit of prep, but once the materials are gathered, it’s a ton of fun! It’s a paper bag kids craft which actually great for all ages. We did our craft with three kids, ages 3-7, and it was loved by each of them.

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10. Paper Plate Apple Craft

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9. UNIT STUDY: Africa

The following is a collection of activities we did, and videos we watched, during our study of history (so if you’ve been following my Story of the World series, you’ve seen some of these activities before). I’m collecting them here for those wanting to do a separate Unit Study of Africa.

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8. The Very Hungry Caterpillar Easy Craft

The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle is one of my favorite books. Well, I love most of Eric Carle’s book but this book stands out a lot. My students love the book so much. The book is very interactive and creative. The story is very interesting and the kids are really engaging into it.

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7. Ice Cream Craft For Kids

What’s more refreshing than ice cream during a hot summer day? We’ll answer for you and say pretty much nothing, which is why we made this easy ice cream craft that’s perfect for making in the summer!

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6. How To Make All Natural Homemade Gluten-Free PlayDoh

Safe PlayDoh for celiacs and kids of all ages! An easy tutorial on How To Make All Natural Homemade Gluten-Free PlayDoh. A fun and easy craft to DIY with the kids and have them playing for hours! Non-toxic, no artificial colors or chemical ingredients required!

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5. Seasons of a Tree Artwork

This is a craft I found on pinterest that we did five years ago during our first year of homeschooling (we actually did it TODAY, October 3rd!). It was simple and fun and my son loved it. I did it with him and enjoyed it too.

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4. Vegetables Paper Crafts With Printable Templates

These vegetables paper crafts with free printable templates are the perfect way to get the kids crafting! While you are at it, this craft can build excitement for eating lots of fresh from the garden veggies!

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3. How to make a 3D Paper Snowflake

Learn how to make 3D paper snowflakes by watching this video tutorial and reading on for photographic step-by-step instructions.

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2. Spider Craft for Kids 

It’s almost October and we have a fun spider craft for kids that we can’t wait to show you!

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1. Leaf Lanterns

We first made these Leaf Lanterns about three years ago at German Toddler Group – one of the other carers with tons of group crafting experience showed us how to make them – making this a great Autumn Craft for Preschoolers as well as Autumn Craft for kids!!!

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