4 Paper Crafts: Easy for Parents, Safe for Kids
Is this your first time planning a paper crafts project for your kids during the summer? You are probably wondering if it is safe. Not only that, you still need to make sure the chosen idea is not going to be boring at all.
So, how can we be sure which paper crafts are easy for parents, but also safe for kids? Check out these five examples.
- Colorful cardboard zoo animals
Prepare zoo animal templates (made of paper), some craft paint, corrugated cardboard, old pipe cleaners, paintbrush, and white glue. Then, trace the templates onto cardboard and cut them out. After that, you can paint the animals before letting them dry. Do not forget the slits for animal legs (from pipe cleaners), so they can stand up.
- Birds from cupcake cases
Not only safe, but these paper crafts are also easy to make. Prepare white and yellow papers, two white cupcake cases, glue, and yellow and black felt tip pens. Using these materials, you can start creating birds with your little ones.
- Cute, black paper cats
If your kids love cats, they will love these paper crafts. Start by printing out a cat template before tracing it onto a black construction paper. You can cut the pieces out before assembling them according to the directions.
This is the most common paper crafts idea. It is also easy and safe. Prepare a template of an apple. From pieces of red and green papers, your kids can glue them onto the template.
These are the paper crafts that are easy for parents and safe for kids.