Whether school is at home and virtual or in the classroom we are supporting kids and teachers with 8 Felt Crafts for Kids. These fun crafts are easy for one or two or a group of kids.
These cute die cuts are designed by Laura Kelly for Sizzix. Cut out a bunch and give the kids some glue and markers to craft with.
Chad Boender aka Male Kindergarten Teacher makes the best crafts in his classroom. One of our favorites are these Hershey Kiss pencils. The message is so important too, everyone can use a positive reminder. Tutorial here.
This is such a special craft, documenting a handprint and making a pretty flower. Kids love getting messy, what could be better than painting your hand! Get the details here!
This adorable ruler wreath by Rina Gonzales would be perfect for any class setting where ever it is. Personalize it for your school area. Simply glue rulers together and decorate! Great craft to use up ribbon, felt scraps.
Who does not love a Sock Monkey! This super cute banner by Laura Kelly is a Printable from our project page!
This Apple wand is simply too cute for the kids to create using again a ruler and Laura Kelly’s apple die cut!
Unicorn card, snail mail, everyone loves to get a surprise in the mail. Rita Gonzales designs the best cards! Make this!
Chad is always inspiring his class with such creative projects like these adorable pencil holders! Here is how!
Fostering creativity in kids and even if you are not crafty yourself these 8 felt crafts for kids will be a place to start. Gather a few supplies and let the kids just play with them! This post “How to Support Creativity in Kids” has some very helpful tips.
Thinking of all of the kids, teachers and parents as they move into this next school year.
You can now find an expanded color line of Kunin® Classicfelt and Kunin® Premiumfelt non-wovens fabrics in cut by the yard at your local Walmart; please inquire as to what is available in your area. Find our complete collection online at Fabric.com..
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