Who can resist taking a bite out of a big, red, juicy strawberry? We sure can’t! And this PAPER PLATE STRAWBERRY CRAFT is no exception! This plump, glossy strawberry really does look good enough to eat!
This is such a fun strawberry craft idea for preschoolers or toddlers. They can make their strawberry, which has a big bite taken out of it, and use their own handprint to hold it. Isn’t it adorable? I can never resist handprint crafts, can you?
This is such a simple and easy summer craft idea for kids and is perfect for summer camp, the home, or the classroom. Plus, it’s a great strawberry craft to accompany a food or farming study unit too.
These paper plate strawberries are such an easy and fun way to make a strawberry with your kids. If you’re having some strawberries to eat, how about using this as a plate to serve them on? That would be such a fun idea for a summer party!
If you’re looking for more strawberry craft ideas, do take a peek at our Paper Bag Strawberry Puppet too, it’s so fun to play with.
So let’s get crafting and have some strawberry-themed fun!
Paper Plate and Handprint Strawberry Craft Idea
How to Make a Tasty Bitten Strawberry Craft!
1 – Cut the sides off your red paper plate to make a strawberry shape.
2 – Then along one side cut out a bite mark.
3 – Cut out a small strawberry stalk from green cardstock and glue it on the top.
4 – Next cut out 4 small leaves from green cardstock and glue them around the base of the stalk.
5 – Use your black Sharpie pen to draw on lots of strawberry seeds.
6 – Cut out a handprint from skin toned paper.
7 – With the thumb pointing upwards, glue the heel of the handprint onto the back of the strawberry and then curl the fingers around to the the front of the strawberry and glue the tip of the middle finger down.
Now it should look like someone is holding the strawberry and has taken a big bite out of it! How tasty!
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