We’re back with some more Dr Seuss handprint art just in time for World Book Day and Dr Seuss’ birthday celebrations. Today we’ve got the terrific tongue twister master, Fox In Socks and the poor old tongue tied Knox! Both are adorable and super easy.
Are you a Cat In The Hat fan? These Dr Seuss handprint crafts are super fun! Great for World Book Day and Dr Seuss’ birthday celebrations.
Use them as puppets or greeting cards these little Handprint Love Birds are the sweetest, or should I say tweetest little bird craft around and just perfect for Valentine’s Day or even Mother’s Day.
This Woven Paper Plate Bee Craft has cute handprint wings that make it such a gorgeous keepsake. Its woven stripes make it a great insect craft to build your children’s fine motor skills and is has wide yellow stripes that leave plenty of room to write personalised messages like “BEE MINE” for Valentine’s Day or “BEE HAPPY” for a birthday! Such fun!
Handprint Badger Puppets are so simple to make and a lot of fun to play with. Team them up with your favourite woodland animals story book or use them for imaginative play.
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.
ROAR!! Are your kids wildlife fans? Children will love making and wearing these adorable Handprint and Paper Plate Lion Masks. These easy to make animal masks are super fun for the dressing up box and a great way to inspire dramatic play and story telling.
Painting can be a wonderfully creative and sensory experience for kids. HANDPRINT RAINBOW PAINTING lets children get really “hands-on” with paints and explore colour mixing and blending. A super fun and colourful art experience for St Patrick’s Day and weather study themes.