10 Amazing Kids Activity Ideas – Easy Paper Crafts

It’s art and craft day today and we have sourced 10 interesting kids activity ideas – easy paper crafts for children. During this quarantine phase, when kids are stuck at home or later when our lives are way better, but the weather isn’t really helping these fun kids’ activities will come in handy. Children can still utilize time at home and not get bored. These easy paper crafts and ideas will give them creative independence while they also create awesome memories in the process. 

Paper is an easily accessible tool for art and craft. Whether it is a used one or an outdated newspaper or perhaps a tissue paper, you can use them all to wrap gifts, make small Christmas tree decorations and DIY greeting cards. Kids love these things. On special occasions or even otherwise, brainstorm/ideate with them on ideal DIY gift ideas. Help them through this entire journey from ideation-to-creation. Give them time to think and let them take ownership. It gives them a sense of responsibility and confidence that they have created something ‘of their own’. 

So folks! Have fun with paper.

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Kids Activity Ideas – 10 Easy Paper Crafts:

1. Wrapping gift bow

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2. Paper craft butterfly

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3. DIY snowy flower

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4. Swirly colorful paper flowers

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5. DIY 3D greeting card

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6. DIY paper penguin

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7. DIY fortune cookies

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8. Paper bookmarks

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9. Paper fans

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10. Gift box

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So, which one of these papercraft ideas are you trying out today? All you really need for these craftworks are: a pair of scissors, paper/gift wrap paper easily available at home, glue stick, ruler, pen, sticky-tape.

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7 thoughts on “10 Amazing Kids Activity Ideas – Easy Paper Crafts”

      1. Ooogh! I don’t know about that. I was drawn to the post because when we had a bunch of kiddies round recently (oldest 6) I was scouring the net for some games we could play, or indeed crafts and even though I liked them I concluded that these generally would have been too mature for them right now.