Kids get restless. Moreover, when schools are closed to prevent the spread of coronavirus, it is difficult to keep them occupied. But don’t be anxious, we’re in this together. There are lots of things to do at home with kids that are fun and creative for the whole family. Like arts and crafts. So, here you go with all the ideas. Take a look.
With Kids Being Cooped Up At Home, These Arts & Crafts Activities Will Keep Them Occupied
DIY 3D Glasses
3D is all the rage these days, so let the kids get in on the craze by letting them create their own 3D glasses. The usual way to make one is to tape red and blue cellophane to frames. There are many tutorials on how to make one, so browse an easy one and get the kids get in the process of making it.
Paper Plate Clock
One of the best ways to paint is with your fingers! Make the kids do that. They can use fingerprints to make leaves, butterfly or anything with their imagination and a pinch of creativity; and you’ve got some frame-worthy art to make with your little ones.
Help your little reader create origami bookmarks! All you’ll need for this is a piece of origami paper (or any other square piece of paper, newspaper, among others). This corner bookmark is simple to make, requiring just a few folds.
Rolling Marbles Box
If you've got a child who loves watching marbles zoom by on slides and loves going a bit extra with craftwork, make this! It is a quick and easy DIY idea that can be made out of a cereal box. Yup, you heard it right! You just need a box, some marbles, tape, and scissors (to cut the run's slides). First, tape the lid of the box shut, and then use a scissor to cut off the front panel. Take three strips and stick it (a bit tilted) into the box with a hold to drop the marble through. Leave a ledge at the bottom to keep the marbles from rolling out.