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Save time and money by creating recycled crafts with your kids. These 21 DIY craft activities are a great way to keep your kids entertained, while also teaching them about recycling and working on their fine motor skills.
These 21 DIY recycled crafts for kids are perfect for Earth Day. They use inexpensive items you probably already have in your home, heading for the recycle bin. Take a look at these creative ideas and enjoy crafting and teaching your kids at the same time!
You don't have to spend a lot of money to craft with your kids. In fact, you most likely have items around your house that you can recycle into fun crafts for your kids. Take a look at these super simple and inexpensive recycled crafts, and plan a craft day with your kiddos.
If you are looking for a fun and easy activity to do at home with the kids, this is it! You can teach your kids how to recycle their old sketch paper and other scrap paper and create some homemade paper! It's really a cool process, and easier than you think to create.
This easy Toy Story inspired craft will finally give you a reason to use all of those empty TP rolls your kids have been collecting! It's a great way to teach them about recycling, or a fun Earth Day craft.
Cotton ball crafts are simple and inexpensive, and this cotton ball flower painting is so pretty! The kids will use colored water and eye droppers, which is a fantastic fine motor activity for little hands!
Cereal Box Magnetic Tile Puzzles is a fun twist on this super easy classic. This DIY puzzle makes for a great distraction for your little one while you make dinner, or finish your coffee. They can put it together on the fridge, or dishwasher.
Michelle is the founder and creator of Our Crafty Mom, a DIY blog focusing on easy crafts, budget-friendly decorating, and simple recipes. She has two grown children, who inspired her blog name. She has been featured in Country Sampler Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Country Living, and more.