Bumper guide to school holiday craft ideas
Keeping the kids busy during the school holidays is not always easy, especially with the chance of isolation rearing its head when least expected. Fear not though, parents: we've got you covered not just with our guide to 50 things to do in the summer holidays, but also with this bumper guide to school holiday craft ideas!
First let's kick off our school holiday craft guide with a dig in the recycling bin for all the discarded toilet rolls and kitchen rolls, and then get busy turning them into unicorns, butterflies, pirates, cars and house.
Next, along with those cute Minion bookmarks, keep your own little Minion busy with this guide to easy activities including a salt dough sun catcher and flamingo handprints.
While Pride Month might be over for this year, we think that there can never be enough rainbows around, so we say fill your lives with colour with these lovely rainbow craft ideas.
From a crochet mouse bookmark to paper caterpillars, dino paper plates to unicorn dream catchers, this guide has got something for kids of all ages.
How about a guide to boredom busting craft ideas? Surely that will float your little one's crafty boat? We especially love those monster puppets pictured above.
With the summer break being really rather long, it's not going to hurt to get busy with some learning through play craft activities like paper plate fractions, alphabet bingo, a wind powered car and even a DIY spectroscope.
If string painting, peg worry dolls, pasta monsters and salt dough art are your child's art jam, then this guide is the one for you.
For some seriously sensory craft fun, dive into our guide on five slime recipes to make at home! We rather like that fluffy number pictured above.
Older kids need keeping busy too, so we think this guide to washi tape craft will be right up their moody street.
Who knew a plastic bottle could be turned into so many craft opportunities? Jump into this guide to find out how to transform a bottle into a pencil case, plant pot or bird feeder!
And once you're done with your bottles, dig out your old cardboard boxes and get busy turning them into trains, TVs, fish tanks and racing cars.
More craft ideas for older kids, this time with an upcycling project or two including turning jeans into bags and tea cups into candles.
And finally, rock on with these fun ideas for turning stones, pebbles and rocks into monsters, sharks or bugs!
Now, if this little lot doesn't keep your little lot busy through the school break, then we don't know what will! Don't forget to #londonforkidz on social media so we can see what you've been making!
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