30 Summer Crafts and Activities for Kids

 

Summer crafts and activities are some of my favorites because they are so bright and colorful!

 

You can still learn and create fun projects over the summer with your kids! These activities are fun and will keep your kids learning throughout the summer.

 

#29 is my favorite, so make sure to check it out!

 

Let’s get started with my 30 Summer Crafts and Activities for Kids.

 


Activity #1: Alphabet Sunshine Craft

 

We ALL need a little sunshine! This project is such a bright and happy one! It’s also an excellent way to review upper and lower case letters.

 

It’s also a wonderful fine motor activity! Practicing fine motor skills is crucial for everyday life skills like button a shirt, zip their jackets, or tie their shoes.

 

sunshine alphabet

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

yellow clothespins

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B. Set-up

 

Paint a paper plate yellow! On yellow clothespins, write lower case letters on them with Sharpie.

 

Once the plate dries, draw eyes and mouth. Use pink acrylic paint and make circles for cheeks.

With Sharpie, write the upper case letters on the outside of the paper plate.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids clip on the correct lower case letter to the upper case. They should identify what the letters are before placing them on the plate.

 

Give them three options to choose from to place them on the plate. This will narrow down the options for them and make it not so overwhelming to them!

 

RELATED: Fun Fine Motor Activities

 


Activity #2: Ice Cream Counting

 

Looking for a fun way to get some counting practice in over the summer? This ice cream counting activity is sure to be a hit with your kids.

 

Whenever we break the playdough out, the kids end up playing with it for such a long time!

 

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

wild dough play doh

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B. Set-up

 

On a piece of cardboard, draw an ice cream cone using a Sharpie.

 

Surround the piece of cardboard with packing tape! Make sure to cover the whole piece of cardboard.

 

C. Activity

 

Using a dry erase marker, write a number in the ice cream cone you want your little one to count.

 

They will use the dough to make ice cream scoops and place the correct amount on the cone!

 

Use a paper towel to erase the number and write a new one in. Repeat over and over 🙂

 

Use this board throughout the summer!

 

RELATED: Kindergarten Activities for Kids

 


Activity #3: Alphabet Ice Painting

 

Ice painting is one of my favorite activities to do with the kids when it’s hot!

 

The alphabet ice mold we have is PERFECT for getting some learning in while playing and creating.

 

alphabet painting

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

alphabet ice mold

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B. Set-up

 

Put water inside the alphabet mold and place it inside the freezer overnight!

 

C. Activity

 

Pop the ice letters out and place them in a sensory bin.

 

Grab some washable paint and put it in an art tray!

 

Let the kids have fun painting the ice. They should talk about which letter they are painting to go over alphabet recognition.

 

See if they can find the letters of their name, create words or go over letter sounds for older children!

 

 

RELATED: Alphabet Activities for Preschoolers 

 


Activity #4: Lemon Volcano Experiment

 

One of our favorites go-to science experiments is fizzy play! No matter how many times we do this experiment, it’s always a hit!

 

The kids love watching the eruptions made by the vinegar being added into play!

 

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

sensory bin

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B. Set-up

 

Cut the ends off both sides of the lemons. Then, cut the lemon in half! Stick a popsicle stick inside and around the lemon!

 

C. Activity

 

*Drop a few drops of food coloring in each lemon. We chose to do rainbow colors! Add a few drops of dish soap and 1/4 cup of baking soda to each lemon.

 

*Then, push it down in the lemon by using a popsicle stick! Lastly, add on the vinegar using a measuring cup or squirt bottles!

 

*Watch the eruption occur! Your kids will be AMAZED and love the colors that come out of these lemons

 

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Activity #5: Ocean Ice Melt

 

We love rescuing toy activities! The kids get so excited to be able to release their animals from being trapped!

 

This activity is especially fun during the summer. It’s a great way to cool off!

 

ocean animal melt

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

ocean animal toys

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B. Set-up

 

Place the ocean animals in a circle ice mold and place it in the freezer overnight! You can also add a few drops of blue food coloring to make it look like the ocean.

 

C. Activity

 

Fill up some squirt bottles with warm water. Place the ice in a sensory bin!

 

Have the kids use the squirt bottles full of warm water to release their ocean animal toys! See how long it takes them to free each animal!

 

 

 

RELATED: Outdoor Activities for Kids 

 


Activity #6: Popsicle Craft

 

When I think of summer, one of the things I think about is popsicles!

 

I’m sorry in advance; doing this craft may get your kids excited to have some real popsicles after creating 🙂

 

popsicle craft for kids

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

kwik paint sticks

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B. Set-up

 

Draw a popsicle shape on colored card stock paper and cut them out.

 

Create a play-tray set up by placing the above materials into a tray for the kids to pick out of.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids create their own popsicles! They can use whatever supplies they would like!

 

Create patterns or just have fun put a whole bunch of different materials on.

 

Once they are done creating, glue a popsicle stick to the back of the paper and let them dry!

 


Activity #7: Summer Learning Activity Book

 

I really enjoy making these activity books. It is JAM PACKED with learning!

 

In this activity book, your little ones can work on the following skills: alphabet matching, colors, shapes, patterns, beginning sounds, counting, and numbers.

 

Check out what is in the entire activity book by checking out this video!

 

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

Click HERE to grab your Summer Learning Activity Book.

 

laminator

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B. Set-up

 

This does take some set-up but believe me, it’s well worth it! Laminate only the sheets that need it (these are the pieces). The other main sheets can go in sheet protectors inside the binder. Cut out the pieces once laminated. If it’s an activity that would need velcro circles, you can add those on there and on the binder so they will stick together.

 

C. Activity

 

Your little one can complete the activities over and over again! This is a great way to practice new skills as well as work on recognition!

 

I just bought this laminator for my house! I love having my own laminator because I can laminate all the activity sheets that I want to do repeatedly. It saves so much on ink and paper.

 

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Activity #8: Alphabet Sand Matching Bin

 

Alphabet matching is a great way to review the letters of the alphabet with preschoolers!

 

It’s a way to check for understanding that kids can differentiate between the letters. This is a FUN and engaging way to get them excited to learn.

 

summer letter match

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

Click HERE for your FREE Summer Letter Match Printable

 

sand toys

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B. Set-up

 

Dump the sand into a sensory bin! Add in the letters and sand toys in.

 

Print off my letter matching sheet! Both upper and lower case letters are available.

 

C. Activity

 

Your little ones can play with the sand and dig for letters with the shovel.

 

When they find a letter, they should identify it and then match it up to the letter on the printable.

 

Try to have them find all the letters of the alphabet!

 

RELATED: Alphabet Activities for Preschoolers

 


Activity #9: Sandcastle Craft

 

Using sand to create art is SO much fun! It was also nice to use sand in a different way than what we are used to.

 

This is a perfect craft when you need to go inside to beat the heat!

 

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

Click HRE to grab your FREE Sandcastle Template

 

B. Set-up

 

Print off my sandcastle template and copy it onto a white piece of paper. You can also draw it if you want and not use my template!

 

Outline the drawing in glue.

 

C. Activity

 

Make sure to place an art tray under the paper. Then, dump the sand on the glue!

 

Remove the access sand by picking it up and shaking it onto the tray. The sand should have stuck to the glue.

 

Paint seashells using watercolors and glue them to the bottom of the paper!

 

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Activity #10: Mermaid Sensory Bin

 

My daughter is really into mermaids right now, so I knew I just had to come up with a themed bin! This one is so fun for summer with the colored sand.

 

This is another activity we used with Crayola Play Sand! The colors are bold and fun for the kids to play and create with.

 

mermaid sensory bin

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

white shells

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B. Set-up

 

Dump blue, green, and purple sand into a sensory bin. Add in some glitter/sequins to be shiny (this was my daughter’s favorite part).

 

C. Activity

 

Add the mermaid’s in as well as shells and gems! The kids can mix the sand colors and explore mixing the water and the sand!

 

Have the kids scoop water using a measuring cup over to the sand section (if they would like).

 

 

 

 

This is the PERFECT colorful and fun summer sensory bin!

 


Activity #11: Squirt Gun Painting

 

Looking for a fun new way to paint with your kids?

 

They will love using a squirt gun to paint and create a masterpiece! This process to this art project is WAY too much fun!

 

squirt gun painting

 

How to do this activity

 

A.  Materials you need

liquid watercolors

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B. Set-up

 

Put the liquid watercolors in each squirt gun! I used 4 squirt guns with different colors inside.

 

C. Activity

 

Let the kids spray away! Easy as that. They will LOVE seeing the colors appear and drip down the canvas!

 

RELATED: Outdoor Activities for Kids

 


Activity #12: Ocean Oobleck

 

Oobleck is just an amazing sensory experience for kids! It’s both a solid and a liquid! It’s honestly one of the coolest fillers and we love to use it!

 

Oobleck is the perfect filler for an ocean-themed sensory bin because it looks exactly like water, but it’s not!

 

ocean oobleck

 

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

craft sand

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B. Set- up

 

In a bowl, mix 2 cups of cornstarch, 1 cup of water, and blue food coloring; mix with a spoon!

 

Dump some sand into half your tray and dump the oobleck in the other half.

 

C. Activity

Add in some ocean-themed accessories! We love ours from Safari LTD. They are the perfect size for small-world sensory play setups like these.

 

Have the kids play, get a little messy and have fun! This is a great one to take outside.

 

I will tell you though; oobleck is really easy to clean up if you decide to do it indoors :).

 

RELATED: The BEST Sensory Bins for Kids

 


Activity #13: Crab Craft

 

Looking for a simple craft to try with your kids this summer? These crabs are PERFECT!

 

You just need a few supplies to pull this cute activity off at home or summer camp.

 

crab craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

acrylic paint set

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B. Set-up

 

Fold a paper plate in half and paint it red.

 

Fold a piece of red cardstock in half! Create a rectangle for the eyes, claws, and two sets of legs. Do this on the crease of the paper, so it makes double (makes it go faster!)

 

C. Activity

 

Cut out all the parts made from cardstock and glue them on using hot glue if you are in a rush. If you aren’t, you can use regular glue.

 

Add some googly eyes on the rectangles!

 

You can rock these back and forth if they are placed on a flat surface for some extra fun.

 


Activity #14: Ice Cream Puffy Paint

 

Puffy paint couldn’t be easier to make, and it feels so awesome when it dries!

 

The kids will love the process of this different art project! Making ice cream cone art is TOO much fun for the summer.

 

puffy paint ice cream

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

Click HERE for your FREE Summer Image

food coloring

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B. Set-up

 

Make puffy paint by mixing equal parts of Elmer’s white glue and foam shaving cream together in a bowl. Add the food coloring and stir.

 

Create a cone shape using brown construction paper and paste it to white paper.

 

C. Activity

 

Scoop out the puffy paint and spread it out around the printable to create ice cream cones!

 

You can make the cone in several different colors or just one!

 

Add sprinkles on at the end and let it dry overnight. Feel it in the morning to see how soft and squishy it is.

 


Activity #15: Watermelon Counting

 

I’m pretty obsessed with sensory bags. They are one of my go-to activities, especially with math and counting skills.

 

Sensory bags are a MESS-FREE activity that kids can use to practice fine motor skills.

 

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

colored sharpies

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B. Set-up

 

On the plastic bag, draw a few semi-circles to be the watermelons. Inside each one, draw a number for the amount of seeds you want your little one to practice.

 

In a plastic bag, dump a bottle of hair gel and a 1/2 cup of water inside.

 

Add a few drops of pink food coloring and a bunch of black beans and spread out the materials inside.

 

C. Activity

 

Tape the bag down to a flat surface with colored tape.

 

They will move the correct number of black beans in the bag to each watermelon! They can count as they go to practice counting and number recognition skills.

 

RELATED: Number Recognition Activities for Preschoolers

 


Activity #16: Car Wash Sensory

 

Do your kids love going to the car wash or washing the car at home? Mine LOVE it!

 

Coloring shaving cream is such an easy and fun process! This only took 5 minutes to set up. 

 

car washing sensory bin

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

toy cars

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B. Set-up

 

In a bowl, spray 2 cups of shaving cream and add few drops of food coloring. Then, mix it up with a spoon, then scoop it out into the container.

 

Grab your other storage bin and fill it up with some water and grab a towel for them to dry the cars off.

 

C. Activity

 

Let the kids have fun washing their toy cars! They can use the sponges, so it feels like they are really washing the vehicle. They can use the water to wash it off then dry!

 

RELATED: The BEST 22 Sensory Bins For Kids

 


Activity #17: Tic-Tac-Toe Relay

 

Looking for a fun way to get your kids active outdoors? This is such a fun family game!

 

The kids had so much fun playing this game! It’s such an easy set-up that’s perfect for a family get-together.

 

Check out this video below to see how to play this game!

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

yard spray chalk

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B. Set-up

 

With the yard spray paint (which is entirely safe to use and comes right off), make lines to create a tic-tac-toe board.

 

tic tact toe board

 

C. Activity

 

One person or team will have a set of 3 objects, and the other team will have another set of 3 objects that are different (see video above).

 

Create a starting line with cones or even the yard spray paint.

 

On the GO signal, the first person from each team will run to the tic-tac-toe board and place one of their objects in a space. They will then run back and either tag the next person in line, or if there are only 2 people playing against each other, they will pick up the next object and run back to the board.

 

Play goes on until one person gets three in a row. You can do this up or down, side to side, or diagonally.

 

If all players have all their objects on the board and there is no winner, it’s a tie, and you can start over.

 

RELATED: 20 FUN Exercises for Kids

 


Activity #18: Bug Sensory Bin

 

My kids are always fascinated by insects outside! It makes for such a fun sensory and play activity for kids.

 

While you are playing with this activity, discuss that insect starts with the letter i. If your little one is also working on beginning sounds, it’s important to have them say what sound the letter i makes.

 

insect sensory bin

 

How to do this activity

 

1. Materials you need

 

 

toy insects

 

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2. Set-up

 

In a sensory bin, dump 7 cups of flour, 1 cup of vegetable oil, and 1 cup of cocoa powder.  Mix it up! Move it to one side of the bin and place fake grass on the other half. Lastly, add in stones, sticks, and insects!

 

3. Activity

Have your little ones use the fine motor and gardening tools to play! They will have a blast exploring the bin and the insects. Talk about the different insects, what they eat and how many legs they have.

 

RELATED: Letter I Crafts and Activities

 


Activity #19: Fire Blow Painting

 

When I think of summer, I think of late-night bonfires with family and friends!

 

Blow painting is such a fun process for the kids to try. I love finding new ways for the kids to create. This didn’t disappoint!

 

fire blow painting

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

sticks craft

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B. Set-up

 

Add liquid watercolors to a shallow bowl or cup. You can also use a little water and food coloring.

 

If your straw is bendable, cut that part off to make it easier for the kids to move back and forth.

 

C. Activity

 

Dip the straw into the liquid and place a finger on the top of the straw to stop the liquid from escaping.

 

Once on the paper, they can let go, so it drops on the paper! They will then blow into the straw to spread the liquid around on the paper.

 

Repeat this with the different colors to make a fire!

 

Hot glue some sticks to the bottom to make this fun fire craft.

 

RELATED: Spring Crafts and Activities for Kids

 


Activity #20: Rainbow Ice Cream Sensory

 

Here’s another colored shaving cream activity! This once ice cream-themed and PERFECT for summer play.

 

Pretend to have your little one whip up some sweet treats with this sensory bin.

 

rainbow icecream sensory

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

silicone ice cream cones

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B. Set-up

 

In a bowl, spray 2 cups of shaving cream and add few drops of food coloring. Then, mix it up with a spoon then scoop it out into the container.

 

Place the cones/bowls in another bin.

 

C. Activity

 

It’s time to place your orders! Have the kids scoop different colors of shaving cream onto the cones.

 

This isn’t an edible bin, make sure the kids don’t accidentally eat it. If you are looking to make this an edible bin, you can make it with cool whip instead of shaving cream.

 

Kids can mix the colors around and have fun exploring with the shaving cream! This is a great bin to take outdoors.

 


Activity #21: Footprint Flip Flop Craft

 

This is the cutest keepsake summer craft that is a must-do activity!

 

I love seeing the kid’s feet and handprints in art projects. It seriously never gets old to me.

 

flip flop craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

art tray

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B. Set-up

 

Dump some paint on an art tray! Have your little one stick one foot onto the tray.

 

C. Activity

 

Guide the foot onto a piece of paper! Press their foot down, so their toes and footprints show up good!

 

Wash off their foot, then have the kids dip their other foot into the paint and repeat!

 

Cut around the footprint so there is a little paper still on it to look like a sandal.

 

Cut a few pieces of pipe cleaner to be the center of the shoe! Hot glue those down on both ends to make sure they stay.

 

Write the kid’s initials with the year to remember when you did it!

 


Activity #22: Celery Printed Fish Art

 

Did you ever think that celery could make amazing art? Well, it totally can!

 

Celery makes the perfect prints for fish scales! We had some old celery sticks that I knew needed to be put to good use.

 

celery printed fish

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

washable paint

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B. Set-up

 

Draw a fish shape using a marker on a piece of white paper. Add fins and a few facial features!

 

Dump the colors of the rainbow in a paint tray. We love the Crayola brand washable paint!

 

C. Activity

 

Place a celery stick in each of the colors.

 

Stamp the celery in order of the colors of the rainbow on the fish!

 

Your little one can use a marker to color in the fins at the top and bottom.

 

Lastly, we used dot markers to make bubbles for the fish.

 


Activity #23: Fizzy USA Play

 

When I think of July 4th and Memorial Day, I think about the people who have/had served our country, fireworks, and celebrating America!

 

Which makes fizzy play an excellent activity for the kids!

 

 

USA fizzy play

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

sensory bin

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B. Set-up

 

In a tray, dump a package of baking soda!

 

In a cup, add a few drops of food coloring vinegar. Mix it up!

 

Add in a few festive accessories like glitter stars and hats.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids use droppers to squirt the food coloring mixture into the baking soda!

 

They will love seeing it fizz and erupt.

 

 

 

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Activity #24: Lemonde Craft

 

Ice-cold lemonade is the best on a hot summer day! This craft just screams summer!

 

The kids will love using sponges to create this craft with!

 

lemonade craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

hot glue gun

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B. Set-up

 

Create a cup shape using a pencil on cardboard.

 

Cut it out using a box cutter and then paint it pink or yellow with acrylic paint!

 

Cut a lemon in half and get some yellow acrylic paint ready for the kids.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids dip the cut lemon in yellow paint. They want to make sure that too much isn’t on the lemon, or it will not make the best prints.

 

They will make several prints on each cup. Then, they will paint a few white ice cubes on cardboard.

 

Hot glue a straw in the center of the cup and bend it, so it looks like it’s ready to drink!

 

This will look so good; you will have to grab some lemonade after making it!

 


Activity #25: Whale Cup Craft

 

Would you have known these were green cups leftover from Christmas? Amazing right!

 

I love being able to reuse things that would not have been used any longer. I keep a huge stash of items like this around to use them instead of just tossing them.

 

whale cup craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

 

paper cups

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B. Set-up

 

Paint the cup blue using acrylic paint. You may have to do several layers.

 

At the top of the cup, use a screwdriver to create a small hole at the top for the spout.

 

Create fins using blue cardstock paper and a tail!

 

C. Activity

 

Glue googly eyes, the fin and tail on the cup using hot glue!

 

Cut a few pieces of pipe cleaner and stick them inside the top to be the water coming from the spout.

 

Draw on a smile using a marker, and you have the cutest little whale cup craft!

 


Activity #26: Summer I SPY

 

I SPY activities have become a staple for us! The kids enjoy searching for the objects and seeing if they can find all of them before the other one can.

 

This is a wonderful and fun way to get some counting practice in as well!

 

summer I SPY

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

Click HERE for your FREE Summer I SPY Printable

 

B. Set-up

 

Print off the I SPY sheet and grab a marker!

 

C. Activity

 

Go through each of the objects on the sheet and have the kids find them on the sheet. Once they find one, cross it off with a marker, so they don’t go back to the same one. Have them write the amount there is on the line!

 

RELATED: Teaching Resources

 


Activity #27: Shark Paper Plate Craft

 

I have another simple paper plate craft for you! Who’s little one loves sharks?! They are a favorite over here!

 

All I can think about when I see this craft is the song Baby Shark.

 

shark paper plate craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Fold a paper plate and paint the front blue!

 

Draw two fins and a tail using cardstock paper.

 

C. Activity

 

Using a glue stick, put one fin on the front of the plate and one fin on the back to be the dorsal fin.

 

Paste the tail on the inside of the plate so it’s sticking out of the side!

 

Add on googly eyes and draw on a smile! If you want to add teeth, use a Q-tip and dip it in white paint to make teeth by the mouth!

 


Activity #28: Color Scavenger Hunt

 

Scavenger hunts are the best outdoor activities! Kids just love being the first to find something!

 

I always pretend like I am looking too, and that always gets the kids excited to find items before me!

 

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

colored clothespins

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B. Set-up

 

Cut out a small piece of cardboard and paint/color a few different colors you would like the kids to find outdoors. Clip the clothespins on the board so the objects will be secured on there!

 

C. Activity

 

Go outside and start searching for some different colors! I ended up taking the kids to the Metroparks to find some different colored objects. We didn’t have a bunch in our own yard, and it makes for a fun field trip outdoors!

 

RELATED: Outdoor Activities for Kids

 


Activity #29: Pasta Pineapple Craft

 

Pasta-painted activities have quickly become one of my favorite art activities to do with the kids.

 

The process is fun for them, it’s easy, and it always turns out so stinking cute.

 

pinapple pasta painted craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

Click HERE for your FREE Summer Images

 

B. Set-up

 

Dump some wheel pasta in a plastic bag. Also, dump some yellow acrylic paint in the bag, shake it up, and dump it out on parchment paper on an art tray.

 

Repeat this process with green paint and the bow tie pasta.

 

C. Activity

 

Use the FREE pineapple template or draw a pineapple shape on cardboard.

 

Paint the bottom of the pineapple yellow and the stem green.

 

Glue on googly eyes and draw a mouth with a marker.

 

Squirt glue onto the yellow parts and start adding on the wheel pasta. Then, add on the green bow tie pasta noodles!

 

 

This is such a cute and fun sensory art project for the kids!

 


Activity #30: Edible Rainbow Sand

 

Sensory play is always more fun when it’s edible! This taste-safe sand is colorful and fun for both toddlers and older kids.

 

Amazingly, you can make this sand so easily using Fruit Loops!

 

edible sand for kids

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

food processor

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B. Set-up

 

Sort the Fruit Loops by color in bowls!

 

Blend each color of Fruit Loops using the food processor. Dump the ground up “sand” into the sensory bin.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids play with the sand using sand toys. They can try to taste it, or they can just play!

 

Kids can practice scooping, pouring, and play with their sand toys. This is the perfect way to play with sand this summer!

 

 

 


Final Thoughts and Conclusion

 

Summer is the time where you get to spend some extra time with your kids!

 

I hope you found some crafts and activities that will fill your summer with great memories and fun! Which activity was your favorite on the list? Comment below to let me know, I’d love to hear from you!

 

Happy Summer!

 

Deena

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