Back to School means a lot of different things this year for kids and parents. We are sharing 10 Back to School Crafts to encourage creativity, learning skills and fun! (Ruler Wreath by Rina Gonzales)
These Emoji bulletin boards by Beth Watson would be perfect for the at home school area. Notes and reminders are always better with a smile! Let the kids make their own favorite Emojis. (Photo credit Tombow USA Blog)
Kids can make their very own pencil, crayon, marker case. The more they can be empowered with their own creative personal style and learning skills at the same time, a win win! This is an easy no sew project. By Rina Gonzales, full deets here.
DT member Katie Berry’s boys are huge baseball fans and players. This baseball pencil case is sure to be a big hit. Tutorial for Baseball Zipper Pencil Case.
Another back to school craft from Katie Berry, this bookmark with reminder to READ! Every year the boys have a new book mark although these felt ones will last forever. Easy to wash in cold water, air dry quickly. Make it!
Now here is a super easy happy craft, a Unicorn Tail back pack charm! You can never have too many of those. By Laura Kelly, kids can choose all of their colors. cut strips and tie them together.
Our own Male Kindergarten Teacher, Chad Boender always creates the cutest crafts with his kids along with a book or story. This felt crab is super cute! Make it now!
This Make Your Own Magic Banner by Beth Watson is an inspiration for the kids to create make their own banner with a favorite saying. Meaningful words, quotes are powerful, a positive reminder everyday. Make.
Another super cute craft from Chad Boender and his classroom, the “Five Little Owls” verse. Free printable too for the little ones.
Celebrating all children, kindness, sharing and the diversity of this world, rainbow love handprint banner by lead design Debra Quartermain and a project she made with her granddaughters. Kids love to use their own handprints. Here is how.
Another just adorable craft from Chad Boender aka Male Kindergarten Teacher along with a well loved book by Eric Carle, “Mister Seahorse.” This could be the start of a great lesson on sea creatures and the ocean. Make a seahorse.
We sincerely hope these crafts will inspire some creative crafting with your kids as they head back to school in what ever form . Kids love to make stuff so just provide them some basic supplies and use it as a starting point for mastering skills and learning while having fun! If you like this post check out HowtoSupport Creativity in Kids.
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