Let’s celebrate the beginning of the school year with these fantastic projects. In August and September, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, and third students can make this first day of school crafts! We have so many fun back-to-school projects for kids to pick from, including school bus countdown crafts, crayon holder crafts, duct tape pencil pouches, pencil & notebook tape covers, chalkboard paint lunchbox, and meet & greet treats.
Back-to-School Crafts For Kids
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It’s time to start planning for the return to school. But, after all, you can’t go back to school without the best back-to-school nail art, can you? Make your nails white with white nail polish. Allow plenty of time for them to dry. To draw the lines on the notebook paper, use blue Bic Mark-It permanent markers. Make a margin line with the pink marker. With a black marker, scribble your favorite doodles on the page. To seal in the markers, use a quick-drying top coat.
Back to School Treats
Make a cute back-to-school treat and printable to put in a lunchbox, present to a teacher, or keep on hand for when the kids get home… anything you desire! To make this happen, you only need a few items.
It’s time to toast the end of the school year! Back to School Candy Pencils are great for a Back School Party, an after-school treat, or to share with the class on the first day of school. Are you prepared to return your children to school? These delightful Candy Pencils are perfect for teacher gifts, classroom treats, and more. They’ll also have a great time helping to make them.
School Bus Countdown
Make a School Bus Countdown craft to commemorate your child’s big day and the crucial school bus journey. The craft is appropriate for primary school-aged children, and with the pattern, you and your child will be able to put it together with little assistance.
School Countdown Frame
To make this school countdown frame all you need is: printables for the front of the countdown cards, letters for the backs of the cards, twine or thin rope, clothespins, treats, edible treat, a keychain, and an ice cream date
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Back to School Printable Craft
This is a terrific activity to perform with your child on the first few days of school or to get them ready to return! This amusing back-to-school writing prompt will keep your child entertained.
Stick School Bus
Whether they are prepared or not, the school year will soon begin for many children. Make a personalized school bus picture frame with craft sticks, glue, and yellow paint for the occasion.
It’s time for the youngsters to return to school. Here’s a fun crayon craft that you can do with your kids to help them celebrate returning to school. It’s simple to make and cute enough to give as a present. Simply place them in the “crayon box” and secure them with a ribbon.
Chalk Board Paint Lunchbox
Do you prefer to put notes in your children’s lunchboxes? Yes, we do. We even sneak them into my older children’s lunches on occasion. Try something unusual this year and make these chalkboard paint lunchbox notes.
Pencil & Notebook Tape Covers
Use a range of tapes for your notebooks, but you can simply make a cute design by harmonizing two or more colors and patterns. Your kids will love their notebooks and pencils and they will love to go to school with their designable notebooks and pencils.
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Duct Tape Craft
It’s that time of year again: Back to School. Are all of your children prepared? Make fun and easy Duck Tape crafts to personalize your back-to-school supplies!! These projects would make great teacher presents as well.
Duct Tape Pencil Pouches
Are you looking for a simple back-to-school craft to do with your kids? Make these simple pencil pouches using duct tape and Ziploc bags to keep minor school materials organized. Duct tape is a great craft material because it comes in so many different patterns and colors.
Felt Pencil Toppers
You may use glue or basic sewing abilities to make this pencil topper project for kids. It’s a terrific opportunity for kids of all ages to try their hand at sewing for the first time or to make something unique to take to school with them. It’s a great back-to-school craft, party treat, or something amusing to give to classmates. A little silly love to send off with your little ones for the start of the school year! These felt heart pencil toppers, complete with marker-drawn faces, will brighten their day and make writing even more enjoyable.
Popsicle Stick Pencil
Summer is coming to an end, and it’s never too early to start thinking about back-to-school projects! Make a pencil art project out of popsicle sticks! Because they get to paint, glue, and cut, it’s a terrific project for kids to do!
When we think of a new school year, the first thing that springs to mind is fresh crayons… and so on in terms of how to order them. So, the next step is to make a beautiful crayon holder organize your crayons, and keep them in right place.
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Bouquet of Pencils
A bouquet of flower pencils is a unique and enjoyable teacher gift that she will adore! This DIY project is simple and easy to put together, and it will look charming on the teacher’s desk all year long.
Summer has finally arrived! Summer is a great time to relax and spend quality time with your family, but it is also a very hectic time for many families. It’s incredible how many activities can be squeezed into three months! Make a lovely phone number bracelet. Your kids wear these easy DIY phone number wristbands and carry a Verizon cell phone anytime we are out and about to add some simplicity to your life!
Meet and Greet Treats
It’s almost time for the kids to return to school! Prepare for the first day of school or your return to school night/meet the teacher night with these imaginative and delicious student meet and greet treats.
I hope that you had a great time reading and trying to make these Back-to-School Crafts For Kids. And if you want more ideas then read more posts and let me know which Craft you like the most.
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