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The Six Best Craft Projects For Kids on Spring Break

While the kids are home this Spring Break, stimulate their minds by inspiring them with fun, creative projects that'll keep them occupied for hours! We've done the heavy lifting and rounded up some of the best craft projects for kids to dive into while on vacation this year. 

6 Boredom-Busting Kid Craft Project Ideas for Spring Break


Top of the list is this Monster Paper Bag Puppet for the Kindergarten set using a paper bag, Apple Barrel Paints and a bit of quirky monster flair. 
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Building and painting this DIY Marshmallow Launcher could help your kids learn new creative skills, work independently, and most importantly, gain confidence! 
 
DIY Kid Craft Ideas - Marshmallow Launcher
What better way to get rid of excess energy than making and playing the Balloon Paddle Game?! Grab these instructions and get them ready to perfect their target practice!
Kid Craft Ideas and DIYs - Paper Plate Paddleball

For a more relaxing activity, try making new memories as a family with this Family Name Word Art project to stir your kid's creativity, instill family pride and help give them a sense of belonging. Natalie at Doodlecraft used Scrabble Tiles, Apple Barrel Paints and other easy to find items to create a DIY family heirloom.
Craft Ideas for Kids - Scrabble Family Board

Family Craft Night with Cathie & Steve always delivers an excellent selection of crafts to do with your kids and we particularly love this episode which features everything from bubble wrap painting to paint marbling for endless fun!
 

And if you have scrap wooden blocks in various sizes from a previous project or pick up wooden blanks from your local hardware store, this puzzle-like Wood Blocks project requires equal parts creativity and function to make as many things their imaginations will allow.
Kid Crafts and DIYs - Painted Blocks

We hope Spring Break will be that much more fun and productive with the kids using one or more of these projects! If they've attempted one of these, be sure to share with us on social using #PlaidCrafts.

Happy Crafting!
Posted: 3/21/2019 9:11:24 AM by Camille West | with 0 comments

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