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Kids simply love ALL things dragon and so is it any wonder they will love these fun and fiery dragon crafts for kids?!
These dragon crafts are bright-colored, easy to make, and oh so fun to make.
Let the kids choose a few and then you have the perfect crafts for an afternoon of crafting when rainy days keep them inside.
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20 Dragon Crafts for Kids
Whether the kids just love dragons or you are looking for fun craft activities for the Chinese New Year or a favorite dragon movie, the kids are sure to love these dragon crafts and activities. All are easy and simple and most, importantly FUN!
This Chinese Dragon Puppet is great in helping kids celebrate the Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year Crafts for kids are some of our favorite holiday crafts. They are so rich in color and tradition, that it makes our hearts happy sharing these cultures with our kids.
This fire breathing cardboard tube dragon craft is an easy kids craft to celebrate the Chinese New Year! Simply blow into the end of the tube to make the paper flames move. Your little dragon fan will love this interactive dragon craft!
If you’re looking for dragon activities preschoolers can do in the kitchen, check out this yummy dragon toes snack idea. As busy parents, we don’t always have time for a craft project that will take hours to do. If you start with pre-made cookies, you can have this activity done in less than thirty minutes. Then, they can snack on their creation!
In this smoking dragon STEM activity, your students will create a fire-breathing dragon that spits “smoke”. You will observe the chemical process of sublimation while watching dry ice transform from a solid to a gas inside the dragon’s mouth.
The kids will love this fun dragon mask activity! It is a fun and easy preschool dragon craft which you can make with the kids. It comes with free downloadable templates and it’s a great way to introduce and teach kids about the Chinese New Year.
There is so much to be learned from a paper mache project! When making your dragon, you need to create a sturdy base to hold your paper mache. Not all the pieces you are using will fit together neatly. You can practice being a structural engineer as you figure out how to fill in areas that do not fit together nicely.
This printable dragon mask and coloring page will bring the smiles to any dragon lover. You can see all the ways we are using the exact same template, print it off, and make dragon puppets, masks, and decor.
These adorable dragon finger puppets are a salute to Toothless and Light Fury from How to Train Your Dragon. We love making puppets for kids and these adorable dragon finger puppets are no exception. Get all the supplies ready and make them right after seeing the new movie or before you go to generate excitement!
For those days when your little knight is feeling fearsome, this cape will transform him into a dragon in no time. The costume is really easy to whip up—even if you have hardly any experience with a sewing machine. The garment is not fitted, so the measurements don’t need to be exact.
This fun Disney-inspired "Last Dragon Sisu" bookmark paper craft is easy for kdis of all ages to make with the template provided and will be the perfect companion to their reading adventures this summer.
Make a quick paper dragon craft for Chinese New Year or to go with book learning activities! This paper dragon puppet is a really fun construction paper craft for kids and uses only paper, glue, and a little bit of tape. It’s SO MUCH FUN!
Your students are going to create a dragon using common household items that will “fly” a short distance. Students will be able to see force and motion in action as they pull the strings to make their dragon move.
The kids will love making their very own dragon shield using cardboard and a few other recycled materials. After creating their shield, let the fun begin with lots of dragon play! It is an easy craft to make, and it comes out great!
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