Kids are going back to school soon, and apples are symbols of this time and of the fall. Why not offer your kids to craft something connected with apples to embrace the season and have fun? I’ve prepared a bunch of DIYs that your kids may easily realize, take a look!
The first day of school is just around the corner and everyone wants to shower the teachers with a welcome gift. How about some super cute kid-made greeting cards? These little cuties can be easily made by kids using halves of real apples. Give your kids some paper, apples, paints and popsicles and let them create!
These cute bubble wrap painted apples only need a few supplies and are so much fun to make with the kids! Let your kids experiment with different patterns, colors, or even sizes of bubble wrap and go creative! Such apples can be used as cards or as simple decorations for a playroom or a classroom.
Offer your kids to make these cool marble painted apples. It’s really fun to watch the paper slowly get covered with paint, even though it seems like such little progress is being made. It’s also great fine motor work for them to try to tip and gently shake the box just the right way to get the marbles to move. Read the instructions to prepare everything necessary and let your kids enjoy creating.
These funny colorful paper apples are very easy to make and will be a cool decoration for any kids’ space. All you need to do is to print out some parts in the desired colors and add brass fasteners – let your kids have fun attaching the parts and then help them fasten the part with a brass fastener. Get a more detailed instruction in the source.
Paper rolls are a great material for kids’ crafts – they can make a ton of things of them! This paper roll apple core craft is a simple paint and glue craft and a great activity for kids to welcome the upcoming fall season. It’s also a nice opportunity to look at the inside of an apple and talk about the leaves, skin, stem, seeds, and core of an apple with your little ones.
Keep your kids busy with this apple tree craft! Prepare a paper plate, some colored cardboard and some yarn and beads and invite your kids to enjoy crafting! Let them add as many beads-apples as you want, let them vary the colors of the tree and beads if they want. Enjoy crafting together!
Here’s another paper plate craft inspired by apples. In this tutorial the paper plate is used as an apple, and it’s laced up with colorful yarn – you may paint the paper plate, too. Read the project details to find out how to lace up the apple and add other touches and help your kids.
Have you ever tried paper plate yarn weaving? If you haven’t, it’s high time to do that, and here’s an apple craft created weaving a paper plate with yarn. I think, it looks really natural thanks to the red plate and yarn and those little touches of paper. Such a nice decoration for a mantel, a classroom or a playroom of your kids!
Colorful pipe cleaners are a nice material for crafting. Give some to your kids and let them create bold apples that can be gifted to teachers, hung in classrooms, on door knobs, or even turned into a cool kids’ game. These apples will take just some time and are cool and fun.
These simple, colorful and easy apples are fun for crafting by both kids and adults, besides, you may add ABC letters to the apples to learn it, or just add monograms your kids have. The apples are made of popsicle sticks and colorful paper – nothing difficult here! Help your kids learn the ABC faster and with fun.
Celebrate apple season with colorful scrap ribbon apple suncatchers. This simple weaving craft is better suited for older children, but younger hands will certainly enjoy a go! Use patterned red, yellow, and green ribbon to create a variety of apples, perfect for autumn. They look pretty in fall sunlight and make a thoughtful homemade gift for teachers, neighbors, grandparents, or friends.
Let your kids make something really useful! These cork coasters with apple prints are right what they will like: crafting something that everyone will use after. This craft requires basic supplies and can be done at home, school, or daycare. Kids will enjoy seeing the “star” on the inside of the apple, then stamping it onto a cork coaster to use as a coaster or maybe even a gift or decoration.
These colorful felt apples can be used as gift tags, refrigerator magnets, holiday ornaments, or fall decor. They are even cute for a child’s play kitchen! Cutting, picking up the felt, and pinching the clothespins open and shut is good work for developing finger muscles. Let your children create!