Santa Claus, as we all know, is the man who brings gifts to children on Christmas Eve, but he couldn’t do it without his loyal reindeer. We enjoy doing a number of Christmas projects with the kids, but my personal favorites have always been Santa’s reindeer and reindeer crafts.
You can see how adorable Rudolph, Dasher, Dancer, and the rest of Santa’s crew are with the Best Reindeer Crafts that your kids will love to do this holiday season. With a flood of reindeer-making ideas, the list (like Santa’s list) is likely to astound you.
Deer Crafts & Activities for Kids
Reindeer Finger Puppet Craft
This year, making puppets has unquestionably become our favorite form of craft. They’re a terrific project to pair with children’s books because they’re so much fun for the youngsters. Make this cute reindeer finger puppet activity for your kids this holiday season if you’re searching for a fun and interactive Christmas craft.
Snap Lid Reindeer Magnet Craft
This cute Reindeer Magnet was made by the kids to display on the refrigerator. They know how much I adore reindeer! This tiny reindeer magnet activity that they created is adorable. Snap lid, acrylic paint, googly eyes, red pom-pom, brown-pipe cleaner, the scrap of brown construction paper, white school glue, and magnet are all needed to make this.
Feed Rudolph The Reindeer
The brown pipe cleaner should be cut into four pieces. Wrap one pipe cleaner around the other to create an antler appearance. The antlers and face are hot glued on the spice bottle. Pipe cleaners, orange and green, should be cut into small pieces. Reindeer eat carrots and moss, thus these are carrots and moss. Try your hand at making this adorable project.
Color Matching Reindeer Clothespin
This craft is based on Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, a beloved and well-known character. Also, color coordination. And there are clothespins! When you combine those three elements, you get our Color Matching Reindeer Clothespin Activity, which your toddler and/or preschooler will love!
Flying Reindeer Stem Challenge For Kids
Is it possible for you to make your reindeer fly? Your child’s STEM skills will be tested as they strive to build a reindeer and see how quickly it can fly in this flying reindeer STEM Activity. Christmas and science are a great combination for the holidays!
Tissue Paper & Paper Plate Reindeer
This is a very easy and fun craft to make, you just need to gather some tissue papers, paper plates, google ayes, colored paper, painting colors, glue, and scissors. I will definitely recommend you to try this craft with your friends and then just decorate or play with this Reindeer craft.
Reindeer No-sew Sock Puppets
Do you have a monster that eats socks in your house? Yes, we do! Every time I do the laundry, I always seem to have unexplained unusual socks! Why not put them to good use and recycle them by making puppets out of them? We had a lot of fun making these cute Christmas Reindeer Sock Puppets for a little festive fun!
Toilet Paper Roll Reindeer Kid Craft
Because smaller children lack the attention span to complete many projects with several steps, this two-step reindeer kid activity is ideal. This reindeer is adorable because of its handprint antlers. The youngsters are ecstatic to see a piece of themselves on the creation.
Reindeer Bookmarks – Cute & Easy Origami For Kids
Christmas bookmark idea – the Reindeer Corner Bookmark is simple and enjoyable to make, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! Origami Paper, White, Red, and Black Paper Scraps, Black Pen, Glue Stick, and Scissors are all you need to make this gorgeous craft. Definitely give this incredibly charming craft a try!
Handprint Reindeer Craft
Reindeer are difficult to avoid. First and foremost, they’re adorable! Rudolph’s nose is also notable since it is so bright and shiny that you can’t help but notice it. These cute critters make great holiday crafts and activities for kids in school or at home. Handprint crafts have been around for a long time. This reindeer ornament is a great craft to do with your kids and one that will last a lifetime.
Egg Carton Reindeer Craft for Christmas
Make some cute egg carton reindeer for a Christmas craft today! When they’re dry, these are a lot of fun for the kids to play with! Cut individual cups from an egg carton to begin (the corner ones work best because they are bigger). Allow the children to paint them brown and let them dry. Attach googly eyes and a red pom-pom to the nose. I tried using Elmer’s glue, but the pom-pom kept slipping off, so I used the glue gun instead.
Reindeer Bottle Cap Ornaments Kids Craft
Make these cute ornaments with your kids in minutes by grabbing some bottle caps from the supermarket or recycling those from your drinks. As a result, make some bottle cap reindeer ornaments. You can use them to decorate your tree or present them as gifts. Bottle tops, google eyes, red buttons, faux sticks, red ribbon, and adhesive that is safe for children are all needed.
Chocolate No-cook Play Dough Recipe-reindeer Play
This Chocolate Play Dough recipe also requires no cooking, which is ideal given how busy we all are at this time of year. If you really wanted to make this Reindeer Play Dough stand out, instead of just coloring it brown, add a nice chocolate scent to it!
Pine Cone Reindeer
Pine Cone Reindeer Ornaments are a fun Christmas activity for kids of all ages! This simple kids activity, made with pine cones, felt, twigs, and wiggly eyes, looks lovely tied to gifts or hung from the Christmas tree. Pine cones, brown pipe cleaners or twigs, Wiggly eyes, Tacky craft glue or hot glue, Brown felt, Scissors, Red pom-poms, Twine, and Ribbon are the craft supplies needed for Pine Cone Reindeer.
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Reindeer Christmas Craft Activity
This holiday season, kids will enjoy crafting their own lovely reindeer project. They can color their reindeer’s nose red or black using the craft template. That way, kids can make a red-nosed Rudolph, one of Santa’s other reindeer, or a wild reindeer with a black nose. The design is large enough that the reindeer can be made and put up on its own or fastened to a piece of paper, allowing for more creative background options.
Paper Plate Reindeer Craft
Do you have a few extra paper plates and are looking for a quick Christmas craft? Make a wonderful reindeer project out of paper plates. From a single paper plate, you’ll be able to make four or more reindeer. Paper plates may be used to produce a variety of Christmas crafts. To make Rudolph the reindeer, add a red nose, or keep the nose brown to make a typical reindeer. The reindeer noses were made out of paper, but pom-poms would also look great.
Reindeer Footprint Craft
On your Christmas tree, these salt dough reindeer footprint decorations would look wonderful. You may capture the children’s tiny little footprints in our easy salt dough recipe to make a keepsake to love forever! This craft will look extra cute if you use a baby’s footprint, but toddlers and preschoolers will enjoy making their own salt dough reindeer.
Reindeer Stick Puppets
It’s been a lot of fun making these little Reindeer puppets! You may use them to assist reenact any reindeer narrative. You’ll need a large craft stick, brown cardstock paper, googly eyes, brown pipe cleaner, red pom-pom, glue stick, and glue gun to make these charming reindeer puppets.
Reindeer Handprint Ornament Christmas Craft
Each year, have your children make a reindeer handprint ornament to display on the Christmas tree. Just make this cute ornament. Your child’s handprint will transform into a lovely reindeer face with antlers with a few painted ornaments. Make the ornaments as a keepsake present to recall how small your child’s hand was when they were younger. They’re also great for moms, dads, grandparents, aunts, and uncles as gifts.
Reindeer Rice Krispies
For a festive dessert, make reindeer Rice Krispie treats! The youngsters will enjoy assisting! You’ll need the following ingredients to make this delectable reindeer rice Krispie: Kellogg’s Rice Krispie Treats (8 ct), Wilton chocolate candy melts (10 oz), Wilton peanut butter candy melts (10 pkg), 8 red M&M candies Red Sixlets, 16 large candy eyes, 8 popsicle sticks, and 16 miniature pretzel twists might also be used.
Paper Rudolph Ornament
Making paper ornaments is a lot of fun. They can be quite simple to make (depending on the technique), but they are extremely adaptable and come in a variety of seasonal ornament patterns. All you’ll need to make this adorable activity is some brown paper (enough to cut 8 medium-sized circles). A little round “something” for tracing the circles – we used a small coffee cup – some tan or light brown paper, a little white and red paper, glue stick, pen, string for hanging
Lil’ Reindeer Rudolph Handprint Christmas Craft
Make the prettiest reindeer out of your child’s handprints to get ready for Christmas. Simply print the pattern, make handprints, and put the craft together. I included two sizes of Rudolph templates so that this craft may be done by anyone with any size hand–you could even construct a full family of reindeer to assist Santa this year if you wanted to. It’ll be a lot of fun!
Twig Reindeer Ornament
It’s the season for festive Christmas ornaments that are both fun and festive! Twig Reindeer Ornaments, our newest nature ornament for youngsters, is seen below. For kids of all ages, this ornament is simple, charming, and entertaining. Only a few materials are required for this adornment, one of which can be obtained for free on the ground. This craft is great for a group of kids because it’s self-explanatory, strengthens fine motor skills, and is easy to do.
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Easy Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Paper Plate Reindeer Craft
To make Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, we offer the cutest reindeer paper plate activity that incorporates a child’s handprints for the reindeer antlers. This simple handprint Christmas craft is perfect for kids of all ages, especially as a preschool holiday craft, and it only requires a few simple craft supplies that can be found at home or in the classroom.
K Cup Reindeer Candy Holder Idea For Christmas
Make a k cup reindeer candy holder as a festive way to upcycle a k cup into something useful! It’s a cute decoration and a nice idea for a Christmas activity to do with the kids. You’ll need a k cup, empty and clean, brown spray paint, brown pipe cleaners, a red button or small red pom-pom, googly eyes, scissors, a low temp hot glue gun, and red and green M&M’s or other little candies to make this craft.
Yarn Wrapped Craft Stick Reindeer Ornament Craft
Kids will love making these yarn-wrapped popsicle stick reindeer ornaments for Christmas! Children will wrap yarn around craft sticks glued together to form a triangle and add features to construct a Rudolph-like reindeer creation. These DIY reindeer ornaments are adorable!
I hope you like our craft ideas and will surely try to make some of them if you want more ideas relating to kid’s crafts then read more posts on www.kidsartncraft.com and also let men know in the comment section which craft idea you like the most.
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