April 1, 2020
Who gets more intimidated by detailed craft project instructions…you or your child?
Sometimes I think it’s the parent that feels the most pressure making sure everything goes exactly right. Kids are usually more adaptable when it comes to improvising. Which is why I’m introducing this concept of the Project Kid Roll-the-Dice Craft!
I labeled 3 wooden blocks with materials. One block had traditional craft supplies, one had recycled materials, and one had typical household materials. We color-coded ours using our P-touch label maker, but you can even just write the names of materials on masking tape and stick them on.
Here’s the challenge…roll the dice and craft something using those three materials! And of course there are tools and materials that are always fair game like glue, markers, paint, hole punch, scissors, etc. Here are suggestions of what you can include on your blocks:
April 1, 2020| Activities, Early Elementary, Everyday Crafts, Grown-Up, Older Elementary, Preschool, Toddler, Tween to Teen, Unplugged Time, Upcycled, Wood