Preschool Paper Crafts is my new book that will spark creativity in kids ages 3 to 5. It is packed with 25 adorable projects that will help preschoolers practice eye-hand coordination and scissors skills. All the projects come with simple and colorful cut-out templates and easy-to-follow instructions.
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There are so many fun things preschoolers can make with just paper and scissors, from hand puppets to bracelets. Many of the crafts will only require the templates in the book, scissors and glue. You will also find crafts that will ask for simple supplies you most likely already have at hand, like paper roll or pom poms.
Although there is no specific order you need to follow while crafting through Preschool Paper Crafts, the book was written with certain paper craft categories in mind.
A happy frog sticking its tongue out and a colorful hedgehog with pom poms instead of spines are just a few of the fun animals young kids will work on.
Pretend play crafts
Kids can make queen and king hand puppets to play together with a friend or family member, surprise you with a taco on Tuesday or brush the monster’s teeth every night before going to bed.
Fun fashion crafts
Who can resist a beautiful cherry blossom bracelet or a moon and star necklace?
Preschoolers will be so proud to decorate their rooms with a bright rain clod mobile or a fun pumpkin lantern. Wait until they discover the lighter fairy house! They will love it!
If your little one likes books, they will enjoy making two adorable bookmarks for their favorite books. And if it’s someone birthday coming up in the family, they will be prepared with a beautiful 3D birthday card.