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These fun corn crafts for kids are oh so cute but we aren’t just talking cute crafts here!
Nope! These fun crafts are a great opportunity for little ones to learn about all things corn.
From the letter “C” to where, what, and why…who knows what all they can learn while creating something fun!
Each of these corn crafts is easy to make, uses minimal supplies, and we simply love them so I am sure your kids will be excited to make them too.
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15 Corn Crafts for Kids
When the kids are screaming about being bored why not break out these fun corn crafts for them to do. While they are perfect for the Fall months, no one says you can't do them any time. Each craft is easy to do and uses minimal supplies.
The cool thing about this fun craft project is that it reuses items you might already have in your recycle bin! Paired with a few simple crafting materials, there is very little you need to buy to create this craft!
I love this candy corn paper plate craft because it doesn’t go up on the wall or refrigerator when it’s finished–your child can play with their candy corn friend! How fun is that? The best part is All you need are a few supplies you probably already have in your craft drawer or cabinet.
This easy corn craft is perfect for preschoolers! It is cute, simple, and easy for little hands to make all by themselves! Besides providing some fun, hands-on entertainment, this craft is great for working on fine motor skills, providing a background to learn new fall vocabulary, and learning to work with glue.
This is a cute little craft to make that the kids can play with when done. For younger kids, parents should poke the holes first using child safe sewing needles. Older kids can just sew it without holes if they like.
Handprint crafts are always fun and this cute craft requires very few supplies. Kids simply trace and cut out one handprint, two footprints and glue them together to form the shape of corn on the cob. Then, they decorate and display their adorable corn on the cob masterpiece!