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These strawberry crafts for preschoolers are sweet! They’re oh-so-easy for little ones to make this spring and summer. Make one or make them all. Your preschoolers will enjoy them all!
Whether you’re looking for a craft that uses recycled materials or you’re looking for a new paper craft to try with your kids, these strawberry crafts are fun for little ones to make.
Place strawberry painted rocks in your garden or make a strawberry pom pom. String up a strawberry garland or make a strawberry planter for your seeds. Your kids will be entertained all season long.
Strawberry Crafts for Preschoolers
Print out this free template, and your kids can build their own strawberry. Just trace each piece on colored paper (cardstock or construction paper works well), help your preschoolers cut them out, and give them a glue stick for assembly.
Kids love bubble wrap. Surprise them with some bubble wrap, paint, and a strawberry template. Let them try their hand at making a bubble wrap printed strawberry.
If you’ve got some craft sticks stored in your craft closet, pull them out along with some paint and construction paper. Preschoolers can use these supplies to assemble a quick and easy kids’ craft stick strawberry. These would look cute hung on the refrigerator – just glue a magnet to the backside of it.
These 3D strawberry paper crafts are super easy to make with a printable strawberry cap and a couple of red hearts. Check it out!
I always love handprint crafts. They make great keepsakes. Your kids can make a handprint strawberry with this seasonal craft tutorial.
You don’t have to wait for Mother’s Day to make this ‘Berry Special’ strawberry card craft. It’s perfect for any day of the year!
Save your clean cardboard egg cartons. Little ones can paint and decorate them and turn them into their own little egg carton strawberry garden.
Let your little ones try their hand at making pompom strawberries. Wrapping yarn around the pompom base will help little ones work on motor skills while making a cute craft.
For spring and summer, your kids will love decorating terra cotta posts in which they can plant seeds. A strawberry terra cotta pot is perfect for the season.
Let your preschoolers help you make a batch of strawberry playdough. This no-cook playdough recipe smells amazing.
With a few heart and circle cut outs, your kids can assemble a super cute paper heart strawberry craft.
On your next trip to the park, let your little ones gather walnuts. They can paint them and turn them into a fun-to-wear strawberry necklace.
Alright! I’ve gathered plenty of strawberry crafts for preschoolers for you to check out. Which one will you start with?