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These cookie crafts for preschoolers are perfect for your letter of the week activities or to do alongside your favorite cookie-themed picture books!
Whether you’re looking for a fun craft to do during Letter C week or you’re looking for something to do after reading some cookie-themed stories, these cookie crafts are just what you need!
They’re creative, and they’re great for little hands. Cookie-themed preschool crafts are so much fun!
Below, you’ll find a great collection of cookie crafts, busy bags, and motor activities for your preschoolers.
Cookie Crafts for Preschoolers
This felt cookie busy bag is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. They’ll love building their own cookies when you need a few quiet moments. Views from a Step Stool
Preschoolers will work on building fine motor skills as they create paper cookies with this fine motor cookie craft. Books and Giggles
Homemade puffy paint is fun to make! Then, use it to make puffy paint paper plate cookies. No Time for Flashcards
Have you ever used contact paper to make sticky crafts with your preschoolers? Give it a try with this sticky cookie craft. It’s so much fun. Simple Play Ideas
Print out these free templates, and you’ll have all you need to set up some DIY pretend play cookies for your little ones. Mama Miss
Gather up some colored tissue paper, and help your kids make some paper cookies. Add them to your pretend play area for loads of creative fun. The Craft Train
Paper plate crafts are fun, because they’re usually pretty easy to make. And, they’re inexpensive! This paper plate chocolate chip cookie is no exception. A Little Pinch of Perfect
Have your kids ever painted with sponges? If not, these sponge painted gingerbread cookies are a great place to start! Artsy Momma
Fill a muffin tin with odds and ends, and let your preschoolers use the findings to decorate cardboard cookies. Ikat Bag
Focus on the letter “c” when you let your preschooler create a big letter “c” out of cookies! Frugal Fun 4 Boys
Winter is a great time for your kids to make this cocoa and cookies craft! Put it on display or turn it into a fun winter card for a loved one. The Interested Parent
Turn an old CD into a fun cookie craft. These recycled CD cookies are perfect to make after reading The Duckling Gets a Cookie or If You Give a Mouse a Cookie. Glued to My Crafts Blog
While these felt cookies are made with Christmas cookie cutters, they can be created with whatever cookie cutters you have on hand. Premeditated Leftovers
Grab some paints and some cardboard circles, and let your preschoolers decorate their own cardboard cookies. Let their imaginations run wild. Creative Family Fun
When you mix up a batch of self-hardening salt clay, your kids can roll and twist the clay into cookie shapes which they can decorate when they’re hardened.
I’m a sucker for thumbprint crafts, and this thumbprint Smart Cookie craft is adorable! It would make a great card, as well! Glued to My Crafts
Mix up a batch of homemade puffy paint with your kids. Then, let them use that paint to decorate a batch of puffy paint gingerbread men. Still Playing School
Must Have Resources:
When completing these crafts and activities at home, I find that the following resources are very helpful to have on hand.
Round Out Your Craft Time with These Activities:
Preschoolers will practice counting to ten in this pack of If You Give a Mouse a Cookie counting activities. Add these fun activities to your math centers!
Cookies make everything better – especially math! These cookie count and clip cards will help your students practice counting from 1 to 20. Engage your students with this fun math activity.
Introduce preschoolers to cause and effect in the hilarious book, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie! This 20+ page learning pack is the perfect go-along!
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