Your kids will love these bug crafts and activities!
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Here are some of our favorite bug crafts and activities!
As part of our ABC of Animal Handprints, we included a spider, queen bee, butterfly and caterpillar!
Shrinky Dink Bugs
These cute bugs are made from upcycled plastic food containers!
Paper Plate Bugs
Everyone loves paper plate crafts! We made a snail, bee, butterfly and a ladybug!
This ooey gooey bug slime was SUCH a fun activity!!
This spider craft is made from a Styrofoam ball and some pipe cleaners. So easy toddlers can make it!
Spider Web Art
And if you’ve made the spider, you’d better make it a web! We used the tape-resist technique to make this web.
For our Habitat Sorting activity we included a lot of bugs as well as other animals! Use tongs for bonus fine motor skills practice!
Watercolour Paint and Glue Resist Bug Art
We used this fun technique to make pictures of ladybugs, butterflies, snails and caterpillars.
We used pipe cleaners, beads and googly eyes to make these super cute inchworms!
Painting with Hexbugs
I couldn’t resist including this super fun activity that uses little robotic bugs to make the artwork for you! Check out the VIDEO of these little guys in action!
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