C - Pre-K and Kindergarten Crafts
Index of crafts that are suitable for pre-K and kindergarten aged school kids that begin with the letter C. Jump to other letters using these links: A
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Find out how to make a tiny reindeer using a candy cane, shared by Reginald.
Calalay shares instructions for making a tiny cornucopia treat using an ice cream cone and fruit-shaped candies.
Find out how to make a terra cotta clay pot fully of tasty flowers. A great gift idea shared by Susan!
Instructions to make home made puppets from cardboard toilet paper roll.
Find out how to create this fun cat visor using craft foam and a few other supplies.
Instructions for making a headband that looks like cat ears.
Check out this creative snack idea shared by Amy Wyatt. Find out how to can make a treat that looks like the Cat-in-the-Hat's hat!
Kids will enjoy making this simple snack that looks like the hat worn by Dr. Seuss' Cat-in-The-Hat!
Find out how to use a tin can to make a treat cup that looks like a cat.
Instructions for making a fun caterpillar snack using refrigerator biscuits!
Bear shares instructions for making a fun caterpillar using a sock!
Learn how to make a flower using an old cd, a paper plate, a sock, and a few other supplies.
Follow these instructions and learn how to make a cute, hanging fish out of old CDs and a few basic craft supplies.
Use these free directions and pattern to create a photo ornament using an old CD.
Instructions for making a simple bird feeder using cereal.
This is a fun and simple activity that can even be at snack time! Just let the kids keep threading the cereal onto the chenille stems until they get bored, and then they can eat them.
Encourage your kids to play with their food while making colorful rainbow pictures.
This is a fun recycling craft that not only encourages kids to practice their drawing skills, but also gives them a finish product they can play with long after the crafting is done.
Instructions for making a fun cherry tree by tracing your arm.
Jessica explains how to make this fun craft using egg cartons and cotton balls.
Instructions to make a special Chip Off the Old Block gift for dad, a great gift idea submitted by Jo.
Karen explains how you can create a bunny shaped picture using chocolate pudding.
Stacey Hicks shares this holiday snack mix and the reason behind each ingredient. Includes printable bag tag!
A fun gag gift to make. Give someone a bag of Christmas elf poop along with this poem.
A fun gag gift idea shared by Kristal. Give someone a bag of Christmas Grinch poop along with this poem.
A fun gag gift to make. Give someone a bag of Christmas reindeer poop along with this poem.
Give someone a bag of Christmas snowman poop along with this poem.
Find out how to make a Christmas tote bag using a paper bag, submitted by Marjorie.
Use these instructions to make a Christmas tree using tissue paper - submitted by Brenda S.
Create a cool can to carry your pencils using a Pringles potato chip canister - shared by Kristina Nelson.
Use this fun craft to help kids learn how to read a clock and about different times of day.
Instructions for making a butterfly out of coffee filters, submitted by Aubra.
Find out how you can make a colorful egg decoration out of a coffee filter.
Red from Indiana offers these instructions for creative colorful snowflakes using coffee filters.
Instructions for making a picture out of a coffee filter that looks like a shamrock. A fun Saint patrick's day craft.
Use these instructions to make your own window clings - submitted by Marie.
Save yourself some money and make your own colored glue.
Instructions to make your own colored sand.
This is a fun printmaking activity that that all ages will enjoy. Try your hand at printmaking by making nice designs using hair combs.
This craft is featured in chapter 4 of the About.com Guide to Family Crafts book.
Follow these instructions and make a fun, heart-shaped frame decorated with candy canversation hearts.
Instructions for making a simple bird feeder using a slice of bread and a cookie cutter.
Try your hand at printmaking by making fun prints using cookie cutters.
Follow these directions to make a unique collage using unpopped popcorn.
Try your hand at printmaking by making these unique prints using corncobs!
No trip to the circus is complete without getting some sweet, sticky cotton candy. This craft may not be sweet and sticky, but it sure looks like the real thing.
Instructions for making a cow puppet using a paper lunch bag.
Make these adorable mittens using crafts foam, ribbon, glue, and dimensonal paint.
Instructions to make a cool spider puppet using an old glove.
Create your own colorful ice palace with these simple directions.
A creative snack recipe! Make a snowman using the popular crispy rice cereal bar recipe.
Find out how to make a fun necklace that looks like a miniature crystal ball.
Make this flower craft using cupcake liners, submitted by Trace.