Have you got a shark fan? There is something truly majestic and magical about these ocean creatures! Here are 20+ Fun Shark Crafts to keep your kids happily creating all Summer and they’re fantastic for shark week too.
Got a little pirate or mermaid fan? They’ll LOVE this moving Paper Plate Porthole Craft, it is such fun! Peep through the porthole to see pirates and mermaids bobbing around on the sea! There’s free printables of each ocean scene available in black & white for decorating yourself or full colour.
We’ve got 20 Awesome Paper Plate Ocean Crafts that will keep the kids’ creative juices flowing all Summer long! Whether your kids are huge jellyfish fans, shark lovers or dream of being a mermaid you’ll be able to find the perfect ocean craft for them here.
Are your kids shark fans? Then they’ll adore this interactive Paper Plate Shark Puppet craft! These gorgeous homemade sharks are easy to make with our free printable template. They’ve got movable jaws so kids can have great fun biting, chomping and munching with them. There won’t be a safe finger in the house!
This interactive Rocking Paper Plate Crab Craft is loads of fun and just perfect for Summer. These adorable homemade crabs rock backwards and forwards and have cheeky pincers that actually open and close too. Kids can have hours of fun nip, nip, nipping the whole family. LOL!
Our fields are bursting with gorgeous lambs so it’s definitely time to bring you a cute sheep craft.
These easy paper plate sheep are so much fun because they actually rock backwards and forwards! Kids will love how the movement brings their lambs to life. Think miniature rocking horses but in the shape of sheep, what’s not to love! Baa!
Boing, boing, boing! With Spring well and truly here and Easter around the corner are you and the kids starting to think bunnies? This Paper Plate Rabbit Craft is the cutest and sure to delight little hands.
These Handprint Chick Puppets are a great Spring craft or Easter craft for the kids. Not only does this chick craft look super cute but kids can actually play with them too! Such a fun handprint craft to encourage dramatic play and story telling.