Practice identifying and making shapes with these fun crafts. Craft activities for older kids are also included, which involve learning about and constructiong three-dimensional shapes as well as applying basic concepts of symmetry.
Turn any paper star into a three-dimensional one with just a few folds. Create several of these 3D stars to use as Christmas ornaments, 4th of July decorations, or accents for wreaths, mobiles, garlands, and other craft projects.
Use a toothbrush to paint a spray of colors around shape cut-outs.
Learn all about shapes while making this easy family and home-themed craft. Kids create and put shapes together to build a mini box home with a family of stick puppets.
Use small pieces of colored tissue paper to create colorful stained glass-looking suncatchers. This tutorial shows two easy methods to make these lovely suncatchers.
In this shapes learning craft, kids combine shape various cut-outs to create a picture.
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