This collection will help you find crafts for pre-k and kindergartners. This age group can benefit from crafts that enhance fine motor skills and teach them things they should know when they start school. The best judge as to whether your child can handle these crafts or not is you. Your goal is to have them enjoy themselves without getting frustrated. If you have a more mature 5-year-old, you might also want to check out craft projects for elementary-aged kids. If you have other age groups you want to find craft projects for, check out my lists of crafts for different ages. For even more craft fun, check out these craft kits.
Help you kids learn to recognize the letters of the alphabet by printing out these templates and using them to make collages.
Kids may enjoy playing with these alphabet letters. Just make sure the magnet is glued on well.
let your kids experiment with different textures while they make pictures from letters of the alphabet.
Pre-K and kindergarten kids will enjoy making a fun picture of alphabet soup using noodles and construction paper. Working with the small noodles helps with fine motor skills and kids can work on letter recognition at the same time.
While an adult should cut the apples, the kids will have fun dipping them in paint and making pictures out of the prints.
Start out by tying a piece of yarn or string to the bagel then let your child spread it with peanut butter and roll it in bird seeds.
Kids will have a lot of fun decorating their food before they eat it.
Young kids will need some help with the cutting and some of the gluing, but they will be thrilled at their final creation.
Kids can create their own fancy suncatchers easily using these instructions.
All you need to make these cat ears is some construction paper, glue, and a stapler or tape.