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    Newspaper Crafts

    Easy Penguin Craft (made from Newspaper)

    Let's make an easy penguin craft with newspaper! I am absolutely obsessed with newspaper crafts for kids. First of all, it is a great way to recycle, but that's not all. Newspaper is really such a great way to add some interest to any craft, whether that be the black and white print or the colorful comics page. If you like this penguin craft, check out these other newspaper crafts: Panda Craft, White Tiger Craft, Racoon Craft, and the Rabbit Craft. Save this Easy Penguin Craft for later. Pin it to your favorite Pinterest board... All activities require adult supervision. By using this site, you are agreeing to our terms of use. This post contains affiliate links, which means if you make a purchase through these links, I may receive a small...

    Easy Panda Craft with Newspaper

    This panda craft is so simple to make and great for almost any age. It can even be a great panda craft for preschoolers if you draw a bold circle for your kiddo to cut out. Using newspaper is such a fun way to recycle and to make totally adorable crafts. Here are a few more animals that use newspaper too: white tiger, bunny, raccoon. I know you are going to want to make them all. Save this Panda Craft for later. Pin it to your favorite Pinterest board... All activities require adult supervision. By using this site, you are agreeing to our terms of use. This post contains affiliate links, which means if you make a purchase through these links, I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Click here to read my full disclosure policy. SUPPLIES...

    Rainy Day Craft for Kids

    It's Spring, which means that it's time to get ready with the rainy day activities. And this rainy day craft really is simply one of the best Spring crafts. I was one of those rare and strange kids who loved when school recess was indoors.  Then I would get to color and read and play board games.  It was heaven.  Running and jumping and getting dirty was just never my thing, as a child or now.  So, you could say that rainy day crafts have always been my jam.  And I think that once you try this easy rainy day craft and let it brighten your space, you will be a fan of days spent indoors too, with the right plan for fun in place. Even though this cloud is a rain cloud, it is still happy and rains rainbow colored drops.  Save these cloud crafts...

    Raccoon Craft with Newspaper

    I have always been a fan of adding texture and print to projects. And a super inexpensive and easy way to do that is to use some newspaper for that added special something. Newspaper crafts are simply the best. This raccoon craft brings in some newspaper elements and is made even easier with a printable raccoon craft template. Honestly, woodland animal activities are some of my favorite lately too. And this racoon craft brings some of my favs together perfectly. Check out these large paper fan decorations with woodland animal themes. Get the entire collection of printables. Save this Raccoon Craft for later. Pin it to your favorite Pinterest board... This post contains affiliate links, which means if you make a purchase through these links, I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Click here to read my...

    Easy Newspaper Crafts for Kids

    I promised that I would bring you a super easy craft that takes only a couple of supplies. Even if you have zero crafting supplies in your home, you likely have these things. These easy newspaper crafts for kids are so simple, most kids will finish one in about 5 minutes. So, plan to make lots! Make an entire collection of drawings that you can then tell stories with or use for open-ended play. Time to create some newspaper art! Here are some recommendations for supply replacements if you do not have the items on the list. Instead of newspaper, you can use really any paper that you have on hand...printer paper, construction paper, or even those ridiculously long CVS receipts (hah!) If you do not have markers on hand, use highlighters, crayons, colored pencils, water colors, paint, colored pens. ...