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Springtime is a great time to learn about life on the farm. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing lots of farm-themed activities with you.
Today, I’ve rounded up fifteen adorable farm themed crafts for preschoolers. Many of them can be created be slightly younger and slightly older kiddos, as well.
Whether you share these with the grandparents or you put them on display in your own home, your little ones will be so thrilled to see their artwork hanging up for all the world to see.
Farm Themed Crafts for Preschoolers
I love how Fun Handprint Art Blog turned her son’s footprint into a tractor! This would make a great keepsake.
Life Over Cs had her kids use foam stickers to create farm animal sticker collages.
Preschoolers can make a Farm Shoebox Diorama using the printables from Look We’re Learning.
This Big Red Barn paper craft from Kids Creative Chaos is so cute.
These Old Macdonald Farm Animal Story Stones from Messy Little Monster are great storytelling tools.
Mess for Less shares directions for creating a variety of paper plate farm animals.
While Crafty Morning uses an old wine cork, there are plenty of other round household objects you can use to create this fun sheep craft.
Glued to My Crafts shares a fun Cheerio Corn on the Cob craft that even your youngest crafters can enjoy.
Your kids can play dress up after making their own cow headband like this one from Kansas Living.
These Big Red Barn stick puppets from The OT Toolbox are perfect for storytelling!
Preschoolers can practice cutting and gluing as they create a farm animal windsock! The windsocks, like these from Buggy and Buddy, will look great hanging up during your unit.
With a little assistance from you, your preschoolers can make colorful corn mosaics. Fun-a-Day shows you how!
I love the curly tails on these clothespin pigs from Serendipitous Discovery.
A Little Pinch of Perfect shares a super cute handprint/footprint spring chick your tots and preschoolers will enjoy.
These sheep masks are so cute! Danya Banya shares how to make them. Betcha you can’t NOT take a picture when your kids are done!
Which one will your little crafters try first?