Are you looking for an easy craft for kids that you can probably try at home right now?
This easy kids craft was so easy, it only required 2 ingredients.
That’s right! Only two!!
If you are looking for a fun craft for preschoolers or for toddlers, this is it!
It can be themed for any time of year. We themed ours for the month of October!
I’ll share below how exactly I went about this activity and how you can go about trying it out too!
What is great about this activity is that you can use these if you are homeschooling or in a school setting or just for fun!
It can be stored easily within a ziplock bag and taken on the go (which is glorious!)
Let’s get into it, shall we?
Related: Looking for another really fun and easy activity that only require 2 ingredients? Check out this Pumpkin STEM activity!
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Foam sheets (or Construction paper :))
A pair of scissors to cut (adult-use only)
That is it!
Can you believe it?
It’s a fairly easy activity and what’s fun about it is that you can learn all about shapes!
How to set up this simple Halloween craft for kids activity
What I love about this simple activity for toddlers, preschoolers and for kids is that not only are littles having so much fun, they are also learning about shapes, colors, parts of the body and counting!
Each piece of cut out foam sheet or construction paper is a shape.
What shapes for kids did we use?
Circle (Eyes and Face)
Easy and fun!
Here are the steps I took to set forth this kids craft for toddlers and for kids:
I grabbed different color foam sheet squares.
I cut different shapes out of them with an idea in mind of how the craft witch would turn out.
Then, once they were complete I added them onto a tray.
Set forth the tray on a table and have a go at creating a fun witch craft for kids!
Some of the fun ideas you can go about learning with this simple activity for toddlers and for kids is:
Learning about shapes
Learning about colors
Learning about body parts
Learning about counting (count the pieces)
For example: There are two eyes, there are three hairs on each side..)
Sorting by Colors
Sorting by Body Parts
There are so many fun ways you can go about setting forth this simple activity for preschool, toddlers and for kids.
You can even go as far as writing numbers on the corners of each of the shapes and your LO can go about starting with number 1, then adding number 2 and so on and so forth.
While they are adding the pieces to create the craft witch activity, your LO can say aloud the numbers (learning through play!)
Related: Looking for another fun craft for kids? Check out this simple activity that was lots of fun!
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