Crafts & DIY



Don’t you think Christmas is all about fun, giggles, and spending precious time with our loved ones? Well, there are various activities involved in spreading the Holiday and festive spirit. And Christmas is more than decorating the Christmas tree and baking Gingerbread cookies.

If you are looking for the entire family to contribute towards making Christmas decorations and brightening up the festive mood, crafting is a wonderful way to do so. Christmas crafts for kids are a perfect example of the same. You can get the kids involved in some fun and easy Christmas DIY decoration projects. This will ensure that every inch of your home is filled with the Holiday vibe along with aligning with the Christmas aesthetic.

These craft projects are also a way to contribute towards sustainability along with being cost-effective. They ensure a personal touch along with creating beautiful memories along the way.

Here’s sharing a sneak peek of the best 30 Christmas Craft Ideas for Kids to check out.

1. Mom and Dad Ornaments

Mom and Dad Ornaments

There’s something magical about creating your own Christmas ornaments, especially when they hold a special significance for your parents. Making ornaments for Mom and Dad is not only a delightful craft project but also a heartfelt gesture to show them how much you love and appreciate them during the holiday season. Among the many delightful decorations adorning our homes during the festive season, these ornaments hold a special place for Mom and Dad. They represent the guiding light of the season but also symbolize the guiding light of our parents’ love and support throughout the year.

2. Hanging House Wall Display

Hanging House Wall Display

This DIY craft involves using a faux pine tree branch with red berries, some house-shaped cardboard, a string to tie them all together, and fairy lights for a magical glimmer. You can use this piece as an advent calendar or simply as a piece of wall decor. The colors amplify the Christmas cheer and add an aesthetic appeal to your holiday decor. This can be placed preferably near the Christmas tree or on a wall where maximum attention is directed. This DIY craft will be a statement decor piece for the festive season. It is easy to make with minimum material requirements.

3. Colorful Bead Garlands

Colorful Bead Garlands

This technique is all about creating garlands from colorful beads. You can use shimmery and different-hued beads to add a little sparkle. These garlands will blend perfectly well with a real pine tree garland. It is just a subtle way of adding a color pop. You can place these garlands near the hearth. Adding some ornaments and, of course, stockings will simply amplify the Holiday decor. These strings of colorful beads can be draped across your Christmas tree, hung on the walls, or used to adorn mantels and staircases. They add a touch of elegance, sparkle, and festive charm to any space. Crafting your own colorful bead garlands is not only easy but also allows you to customize them to match your holiday theme perfectly.

4. Christmas Themed Quilt

Christmas Themed Quilt

If quilting is your kid’s hobby, let them leverage their skills this Christmas. A Christmas-themed quilt is a cozy and festive way to add a touch of holiday magic to your home during the winter season. Whether you’re making it for yourself, a loved one, or as a cherished family heirloom, a Christmas quilt can be a labor of love that brings warmth and joy year after year. Choose a traditional Christmas color palette that includes classic hues like red, green, white, and gold. These colors evoke the festive spirit of the season and will make your quilt instantly recognizable as a Christmas-themed creation.

5. Decorative Ribbons

Decorative Ribbons

Decorative Christmas ribbons are a delightful and versatile addition to your holiday decorations and gift wrapping. They come in various colors, patterns, and materials, each adding a touch of festive charm and elegance to your Christmas festivities. You can use some fabric scraps and paint them for Holiday gifting. This will reduce the dependency on plastic ribbons and be an eco-friendly way to wrap Christmas gifts. These ribbons can even be used for adorning wreaths, table napkins for Thanksgiving dinner, or simply for decorating gifts.

6. DIY Snow Globe

DIY Snow Globe

Creating snow globe Christmas crafts is a delightful and festive activity that brings the magic of winter wonderlands into our homes. These charming DIY snow globes capture the spirit of the holiday season and make for wonderful decorations or personalized gifts. To make your snow globe Christmas craft, start by selecting a clear glass jar or a plastic container with a secure lid. Choose a Christmas-themed figurine or ornament, such as a miniature Christmas tree, snowman, reindeer, or Santa Claus, to serve as the centerpiece of your snow globe. Display them on mantels, shelves, or as centerpieces on holiday tables to add a warm and whimsical ambiance to your Christmas celebrations.

7. Pom Pom Adorned Pinecones

Pom Pom Adorned Pinecones

Pom pinecone decorations are a delightful and crafty way to infuse the holiday spirit into your home. This charming DIY project combines the natural beauty of pinecones with the playful and colorful touch of pom poms. To create these adorable decorations, begin by gathering some pinecones from the outdoors or purchasing them from a craft store. Make sure the pinecones are clean and dry before starting the craft. Once the pom poms are securely attached, your pinecone decorations are ready to be displayed. Place them in a decorative bowl, arrange them on a tray, or hang them on your Christmas tree. These delightful pom pinecone decorations will bring a touch of nature and a burst of color to your holiday decor.

8. DIY Wreaths

DIY Wreaths

Making your own DIY Christmas wreath is a fun and rewarding holiday craft that adds a festive and welcoming touch to your home. To start, gather your materials, including a wreath base (which can be a wire or foam wreath form), a hot glue gun, and an assortment of Christmas-themed decorations. Creating your own Christmas wreath not only allows you to tailor it to your personal style and decor theme but also brings a sense of accomplishment and joy. It’s a beautiful way to welcome guests and celebrate the holiday season with a handmade touch that reflects the warmth and magic of Christmas.

9. Animal-Themed Finger Puppets

Animal-Themed Finger Puppets

Creating animal-themed finger puppets as a Christmas craft is a delightful and engaging activity that combines the joy of the holiday season with the magic of imaginative play. This craft is perfect for kids and adults alike, as it allows everyone to get creative and design their favorite Christmas animal characters. As you create these adorable finger puppets together, you’ll not only enjoy the crafting process but also create cherished memories and hours of entertainment for the holiday season. These cute and cuddly animal-themed finger puppets are sure to bring smiles and laughter to young and old alike during this magical time of the year.

10. Honeycomb Paper Trees

Honeycomb Paper Trees

Honeycomb paper trees are a charming and eye-catching addition to your Christmas decorations. These unique and festive decorations are made from honeycomb tissue paper, which creates a three-dimensional effect reminiscent of a real Christmas tree. Add small ornaments, glitter, or tiny Christmas lights to embellish the trees and give them a festive touch. You can also use a gold or silver pen to draw delicate garlands or snowflakes on honeycomb paper. They can be placed on mantels, shelves, or windowsills, instantly transforming any space into a winter wonderland.

11. Christmas Themed Coasters

Christmas Themed Coasters

Punch needle Christmas coasters are a wonderful and creative way to add a festive touch to your holiday table setting. Using the punch needle technique, these coasters are crafted with colorful yarn and a special needle that creates a textured and intricate design. They add a handmade and heartfelt touch to your home decor and protect your tabletops in style. Whether you’re hosting a Christmas dinner or looking for a fun and relaxing craft activity, these festive coasters are sure to bring joy and holiday spirit to any gathering. However, it is a great idea to get this craft done under parental supervision since it requires the use of needles.

12. Sequin Embellished Ornaments

Sequin Embellished Ornaments

Sequin embellished Christmas ornaments are a sparkling and glamorous addition to your holiday decor. These ornaments take ordinary plain baubles and transform them into dazzling pieces that catch the light and add a touch of magic to your Christmas tree. Using a small dab of glue or adhesive, attach the sequins to the surface of the baubles. Once the sequins are securely attached, allow the ornaments to dry completely. If desired, you can add a ribbon loop to the top of the ornament for easy hanging on the tree. Embrace the sparkle and glimmer of the season with these dazzling sequin-embellished Christmas ornaments.

13. Macrame Ornaments

Macrame Ornaments

Macrame ornaments are a beautiful and trendy way to add a bohemian touch to your Christmas decorations. Using the ancient art of macrame, these handmade ornaments are crafted with knots and natural materials, creating intricate and stylish designs. To make macrame ornaments, start by gathering soft cotton or jute cord in various colors. You can choose classic holiday hues like red, green, or gold or opt for neutral tones for a rustic and elegant look. Embrace the art of macrame this Christmas and create a collection of unique and eye-catching ornaments that will become treasured pieces of your holiday decorations.

14. Gingerbread Advent Calendar

Gingerbread Advent Calendar

The Gingerbread House Advent Calendar is a delightful and interactive way to count down the days to Christmas. Combining the charm of a traditional gingerbread house with the excitement of an advent calendar, this festive creation brings joy and anticipation to both children and adults. Displaying the Gingerbread House Advent Calendar in a prominent spot in your home adds to the festive decor. It becomes a focal point of excitement and togetherness during the holiday season. It serves as a reminder of the magic of Christmas and the joy of sharing in the holiday spirit with loved ones.

15. Snowflakes


Snowflakes are a timeless and enchanting symbol of Christmas, and incorporating them into your holiday decor adds a touch of wintery magic to your home. Whether it’s hanging delicate snowflake ornaments on the Christmas tree or creating a snowflake-themed garland to adorn your mantel, these intricately designed decorations evoke the beauty and wonder of the winter season. One of the most popular ways to use snowflakes in Christmas decor is by using them as ornaments. These can be made from various materials like metal, wood, or even paper and come in a range of sizes and designs.

16. Paper Garlands

Paper Garlands

Paper garlands are a delightful and versatile Christmas decoration that brings a festive and charming touch to any space. These garlands can be made from a variety of paper materials, such as colorful cardstock, patterned scrapbook paper, or even old book pages, allowing for endless creativity and customization. Paper garlands are incredibly versatile and can be used in various ways to decorate your home for Christmas. Hang them on the Christmas tree, drape them across the mantel, or use them to decorate stair railings and windows. You can even create a backdrop for your holiday party or hang them outdoors for a festive touch to your outdoor decor.

17. Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland

Creating a Christmas-themed bouquet with branches and paints is a delightful and artistic way to infuse the holiday spirit into your home decor. To start, gather some bare branches or twigs from your backyard or a local park. These will serve as the base of your bouquet, representing the natural beauty of the winter season. This DIY Christmas bouquet allows you to create a unique and eye-catching centerpiece that embodies the joy and warmth of the holiday season. It will make a chic addition to your Christmas-themed tablescape. To display the bouquet, place the painted branches in a sturdy vase or container, ensuring they stand tall and stable. You can fill the vase with decorative pebbles or faux snow for a festive touch.

18. Pretty Garland Accents

Pretty Garland Accents

Colorful garland accents are a vibrant and joyful way to elevate your Christmas decorations and infuse your home with festive cheer. There are numerous options for adding pops of color to your garlands, creating a merry and inviting ambiance for the holiday season. The possibilities are endless when it comes to adding colorful garland accents for Christmas. These vibrant garland accents will elevate your Christmas decorations and bring a festive and merry atmosphere to your home.

19. DIY Christmas Lights

DIY Christmas Lights

DIY Christmas lights are a wonderful and creative way to add a warm and festive glow to your holiday decor. To start, gather the materials you’ll need, including string lights, which come in various lengths and colors. Opt for traditional white lights for a classic look, or go for colorful LED lights for a playful and modern touch. Next, get creative with your DIY Christmas light covers. You can make simple covers using paper or cardstock in different colors and cut-out shapes like stars, snowflakes, or even tiny Santa hats. Add these covers to the individual bulbs of the string lights using glue or tape to create a whimsical and personalized effect.

20. Advent Calendar with Tassels

Advent Calendar with Tassels

An Advent Calendar with tassels is a stylish and charming way to count down the days to Christmas while adding a bohemian touch to your holiday decor. As each day of Advent arrives, have the kids open one pouch to discover the surprise inside. The excitement and joy of the season will grow as the tassels are untied and the treats are revealed. This will make the Advent Calendar with tassels a cherished holiday tradition for years to come. It will add a touch of whimsy and bohemian flair to your holiday decor.

21. Golden Wreaths

Golden Wreaths

A gold paper fern wreath is a stunning and elegant addition to your Christmas decor. This DIY wreath combines the beauty of delicate fern leaves with the luxurious shimmer of gold, creating a sophisticated and eye-catching piece that exudes holiday charm. To create the gold paper fern wreath, start by gathering gold metallic paper or gold leaf paper. You can use pre-cut fern leaf shapes or create your own by drawing or tracing fern leaf patterns onto the paper.

22. Get Artsy with Hand Painted Ornaments

Get Artsy with Hand Painted Ornaments

Hand-painted Christmas ornaments are a delightful and personal way to add a touch of artistry and sentiment to your holiday decor. Using acrylic paints or specialized glass paints, start painting your designs onto the ornaments. You can create intricate patterns, snowflakes, Christmas trees, holly leaves, or even personalized messages and names. The possibilities are endless, and you can let your imagination run wild with the designs. After painting, allow the ornaments to dry completely before adding any additional embellishments. Each ornament becomes a cherished keepsake that holds memories of the season and the joy of creating something beautiful with your own hands.

23. Brass Ring Wreaths

Brass Ring Wreaths

Brass ring wreaths are a sophisticated and elegant twist on the classic holiday decoration. These modern and minimalistic wreaths use a brass or gold-toned metal ring as the base, offering a stylish alternative to the traditional greenery-filled wreaths. You can adorn these wreaths with pine cones, flowers, and twigs for a minimal aesthetic. Once the wreath is complete, you can hang it on your front door, above the mantel, or as a centerpiece on your holiday table.

24. Metallic Christmas Tree Accents

Metallic Christmas Tree Accents

Copper Christmas trees are aesthetically pleasing and versatile in their placement. They can be displayed indoors or outdoors, and their modern design makes them perfect for contemporary and minimalist decor themes. Create your own DIY copper Christmas tree using copper wire or metallic paint to transform a plain artificial tree into a stunning copper masterpiece. Adding fairy lights or string lights to the tree enhances the metallic shine, creating a cozy and magical ambiance.

25. DIY Christmas Stockings

DIY Christmas Stockings

Christmas stockings are a beloved and timeless tradition that adds a touch of magic and excitement to the holiday season. These festive stockings are typically hung by the fireplace or on a mantle, eagerly awaiting Santa Claus’s arrival on Christmas Eve to be filled with surprises and treats. Traditionally, Christmas stockings are made from soft and cozy materials like felt, velvet, or wool, often in vibrant red and white colors. They are usually embellished with festive designs, such as snowflakes, reindeer, holly, or the names of family members, adding a personal touch to each stocking.

26. Christmas Candles

Christmas Candles

Scented candles also play a significant role in Christmas celebrations. Popular scents like pine, cinnamon, vanilla, and gingerbread evoke the festive spirit and evoke memories of cozy winter evenings by the fireplace. You can make these candles by yourself. You simply need soy wax, candle wicks, a glass jar, and essential oils to create your desired Christmas-themed candle. The soft glow of the candles creates a heartwarming ambiance and spreads festive joy.

27. Tinsel Wreath for Photos

Tinsel Wreath for Photos

A tinsel wreath for photos is a fun and creative DIY project that adds a festive and glamorous touch to your holiday photo sessions. This unique wreath acts as a photo frame, creating a beautiful and eye-catching backdrop for capturing cherished memories during the Christmas season. The shimmering tinsel backdrop will add a touch of glam to your pictures and make them truly stand out.

28. Origami Christmas Trees

 Origami Christmas Trees

Origami Christmas trees are a delightful and creative way to add a unique and handmade touch to your holiday decorations. These paper trees, folded from various types of origami paper, are not only a fun craft project but also a charming addition to your Christmas decor. Origami Christmas trees also make fantastic handmade gifts for friends and family. Create a collection of folded trees in various sizes and colors, and place them in a festive box or gift bag for a thoughtful and creative present.

29. Marble Patterned Ornaments

Marble Patterned Ornaments

Marble-patterned ornaments are a chic and sophisticated addition to your Christmas tree and holiday decor. Start by choosing your desired marble colors. Classic marble patterns often feature a combination of white, grey, and black. However, you can get creative with other colors like blue, green, or even gold for a unique and contemporary twist. For an extra touch of glam, consider adding metallic or glitter accents to the marble pattern.

30. Santa Hat Accents on Straws

Santa Hat Accents on Straws

Santa hat accents on straws are a cute and creative way to add a festive touch to your holiday drinks and beverages. These adorable straw toppers resemble Santa’s iconic red hat, making them a delightful addition to any Christmas celebration. They are perfect for Christmas parties, family gatherings, or just to make everyday beverages a little more festive during the holiday season.

Summing It Up

All in all, Christmas crafts for kids hold great importance during the holiday season as they offer numerous benefits that go beyond just creating beautiful decorations. Additionally, crafting together as a family promotes bonding and quality time, creating cherished memories that children will carry with them into adulthood. Christmas crafts also provide a platform for children to learn about the spirit of giving as they create handmade gifts for family and friends, instilling values of thoughtfulness.

Involving in simple and fun DIY projects for Christmas provides the kids an opportunity to harness their creative abilities. However, the joy of creating something handmade for Christmas decor will amplify the Holiday cheer.

This will motivate them to participate in art projects more frequently and explore their artistic side.

Do you know that a kid or a toddler starts to develop a mental leap at the age of 1? Well, till the age of 4, they almost develop their interaction and learning skills. Thus, your child needs to identify the different shapes. It may assist them in developing their learning abilities, including early math skills. In this case, you must arrange a shape-matching activity for your kids.

A shape can be a geometrical shape or can represent any object. There are various activities associated with the shape-making activity. It includes letter recognition, number recognition, geometric shape matching, ice tray sorting, color recognition, etc. Apart from chocolate boxes, you may also need a few other requirements, such as cardboard, scissors, markers, and glue. Provide every effort to arrange this fun activity for kids successfully.

Throughout this blog, you’ll learn about the concept, necessities, and a few examples of shape-matching activities, along with chocolate boxes.

What is Shape Matching Activity?

What is Shape Matching Activity?

Shape matching activity is a playful activity for kids that a parent must add to their daily routine. It’s a joyful activity for kids who belongs to the age group of 1 to 4. A few kids learn this activity in their kindergarten or preschools. It may include letter matching, number matching, and shape sorting activities. A kid embraces his knowledge while doing this activity. It can also uplift the concentration and creative skills of your toddler.

The shape-matching activity with a box of chocolates is an adorable, playful hobby that helps the kids to improve their math skills. It’s a set of basic activities that are commenced in every preschool. This activity may also indulge sorting skills, color recognition, and visual perception. This playing activity can help you to teach your kids about numbers, letters, and the alphabet. It develops not only your kid’s thinking abilities but also their hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills.

What is the Benefit of This Activity for Kids?

What is the Benefit of This Activity for Kids?

Your kids need to indulge in shape-making activities. It can influence them more if you use chocolate boxes along with it. A child almost develops their mental and thinking abilities at the age of 1. Thus, they need to understand several activities like shape sorting, color recognition, letter recognition, etc.

Shape-making activities have the following benefits:

  • Shape-matching activities develop the visual perception of your kid. As a result, they can find any shapes that are present around them.
  • It influences your kids to learn about letters and the alphabet.
  • This playful activity can develop your kid’s brain, hand-eye coordination, and fine motor skills.
  • Shaping is a fun activity for kids which can guide them in the process of color sorting.
  • This activity can help your kids to improve their learning while playing a game.
  • Shaping activities with chocolate boxes can enhance their thinking, creativity, concentration, and early math skills.

Requirements for This Activity

Requirements for This Activity

Shape-matching is a joyful activity for kids that can help them to develop their several skills. It includes early math, color sorting, letter recognition, etc. A kid will find this activity more fun if you add a box of chocolate to it. In order to complete this activity successfully, you may need a few requirements. It can be listed below:

    • Chocolate Boxes: Chocolate boxes are an important element for this activity. Don’t forget to bring a pair or four boxes.
    • Scrapbook: A scrapbook is a set of colorful blank pages. Your children can use this paper to create several shapes and designs.
    • Contact Paper: It is also as important as the scrapbook. A contact paper can help your kid to create craft designs.
    • Basic Stationery items: These may include a scissor, glue, colors, pencils, markers, and sketch pens.
    • Readymade Cutouts or Cutout Stickers: Readymade cutouts are essential for your kids to learn about different shapes or letters while playing this shape-sorting activity. You can also buy a set of cutout stickers.

Top Activities for Kids with Box of Chocolates

1. Create a Box of Chocolate

Create a Box of Chocolate

Shape sorting is a fun activity for kids, and it develops their learning skills in various ways. If you don’t have any chocolate boxes, what about creating one? Give your kids a few pieces of cardboard and contact paper, along with a scissor and markers. Then, ask them to cut the cardboard into geometrical shapes, like octagons, triangles, squares, hexagons, etc. After that, use glue to create a chocolate box. Show them the process by yourself at first, and they will imitate you.

2. Tic-Tac Toe Chocolates/Cookies

Tic-Tac Toe Chocolates:Cookies

There’s nothing more fun than allowing a child to play tic-tac-toe. What if you use an edible or food item in the game? It isn’t a bad approach. Use two different pieces of chocolates or cookies and play the game of tic-tac-toe. This is a joyful activity for kids, and they will enjoy it with sweet cookies or chocolates. This activity can help your kids to develop their concentration skills. Try this innovative concept with your toddler at home.

3. Geometrical Shape

Geometrical Shape

The shape-matching activity has another useful advantage. It can help your kids in shape sorting and early math skills. Use chocolates or boxes that have unique geometrical shapes. It includes a cube, square, circle, octagon, hexagon, etc. You can ask your kid to match the chocolate with its geometrical shapes. Aside from that, you can allow your toddler to create or design a chocolate box with contact paper by cutting them into geometrical shapes.

4. Making a Snowman with Chocolate Boxes

Making a Snowman with Chocolate Boxes

Toddler loves to create a snowman or two when they are playing with the snow during the winter in the outdoor area. It is a fun activity for kids, especially who belong to the age group of 1 to 4. You can still allow your kids to create a snowman in an indoor space with chocolate boxes. Give them two or three chocolate boxes along with contact papers, scissors, glue, and other basic stationeries. Then ask them to create a miniature snowman at home.

5. Create a Shape

Create a Shape

Another useful activity that you can allow your child to play with chocolate boxes is to create a shape. This is a joyful activity for kids. Creating shapes doesn’t always mean creating geometric shapes. Sometimes it means creating a house, bowl, car, and other things with the boxes of chocolate. Give your kid a scissor, markers, and glue, and ask them to create any design they want. It may develop their creative skills in a lively manner.

6. Geometrics with Marshmallow

Geometrics with Marshmallow

Creating geometric shapes with chocolate boxes or doing shape-sorting activities with the geometrical-shaped chocolates is fun. You can do the same activity with marshmallows. This can be an enjoyable activity for kids. Bring a set of marshmallows and a few sets of candy or cookie sticks. Then, create some geometric shapes like triangles, squares, rectangles, etc. After that, ask your kid to match the geometric shape on the paper. It can assist your kids in early math skills while doing shape-sorting activities.

7. Clip Shapes

Clip Shapes

Creating clip shapes is also a fun activity for kids. You can assist your kids in creating clip shapes with contact paper. Then, ask them to decorate the chocolate boxes. Give your kids a scissor and a marker to complete this activity. It may benefit your toddler in improving tier learning abilities and creative sides. Aside from that, you can cut the wrapper of the chocolate and create a clip shape. It’s a unique shape-matching activity that you can commence with your child.

8. 2D Shape Poems

2D Shape Poems

Toddler loves reading or listening to poems. They also enjoy playing with 2D poem cards, as it helps them to acknowledge various kinds of shapes. It is a joyful activity for kids. You can read the poems aloud to your kids and ask them to sort out the shapes. They can do this with chocolates that have a particular shape or with chocolate boxes. Add this activity to your daily routine to improve your kid’s listening and concentration skills.

9. Monster Craft Shape

Monster Craft Shape

Kids love creating monster crafts with paper. This is the most joyful activity for kids. Give your kids a few pieces of contact paper, a scissor, glue, and a marker if required. Then, ask them to create a miniature monster. After creating a monster craft, ask them to paste it into the chocolate box. Aside from that, you can ask your kids to create a monster craft by cutting out the chocolate boxes. It may unleash your toddler’s creativity.

10. Shape Sorting Ice Tray

Shape Sorting Ice Tray

Bring a few pairs of ice trays or chocolate molds and make sure they represent different shapes. Then, start processing chocolates with your kids. Ask your kids to mix the chocolates and then pour the mixture into the ice molds. After preparing the chocolate, mix the different shapes and play shape sorting with your toddler. For instance, ask them to add the star-shaped chocolate in a star-shaped ice mold. Do the same things for other shapes of chocolates.

11. Bunch of Circles

Bunch of Circles

Kids love making circles with contact papers. This is a joyful activity for kids. Thus, you can provide your kids with a bunch of contact paper along with a scissor and a marker. Then, ask them to create circles and paste them into the chocolate boxes. Apart from that, you can hand them over a few chocolate boxes and ask them to do the same. They can create several circles and paste them on the wall. You should try this playful activity with your toddler.

12. DIY Shape Puzzle

DIY Shape Puzzle

DIY shape puzzle is a part of shape-matching or shape-sorting activity. You can try this fun activity with your toddler. All you need is a few pieces of chocolate box and scissors. Cut the boxes into geometrical shapes, don’t cut them fully; cut the side or the container of the box. It may look like geometric molds or holes. Then ask your kid to put the shapes into their respective holes. For example, ask them to put the square block on square shaped mold.

13. Shape Sensory Bottles

Shape Sensory Bottles

A few brands of chocolates come in a bottle instead of a box. Thus, you can use that bottle to commence the same activity. Your kids can develop their learning skills and creativity in this process. Create a sensory bottle along with some glitter and other stationery items. It’s an easy process and a fun activity for kids. After creating a sensory bottle, your toddler can play with it by twisting, shaking, and flipping.

14. Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Matching

Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Matching

Matching the uppercase letters with the lowercase is a prime activity for kids in the garden. You can start doing this activity at home before enlisting their names in preschools. Bring the box of chocolate and cut out the letters. Then ask your kids to identify whether the letter is uppercase or lowercase. Besides these, you can draw both letters on the box and ask your kids to match them. It’s a unique piece of activity that can develop your child’s thinking ability.

15. Numbers Recognition

Numbers Recognition

Bring a few boxes of chocolates and write a few numbers on it. You can also cut out the boxes and give them the shape of any numbers. Then ask your kids to match the number you give them on the paper. For example, if you wrote 9 on a piece of paper, ask your children to pick up the chocolate that has the number 9 on it. This activity can assist your toddler in absorbing knowledge about numbers before entering elementary school.

16. Letters Matching

letter matching

Buy a pair or two solid chocolate sets and give them the shape of English alphabets. Besides these, you can create alphabetical-shaped chocolates at your home. Then arrange a playful activity with your toddler. It’s a fun and joyful activity for kids that may help them in letter recognition. Give your kids a piece of paper consisting of a few alphabets and ask them to find that letter-shaped chocolate. For example, ask your kid to find an ‘A or B-shaped’ chocolate. You can also do this activity with the chocolate boxes.

17. Color Matching

Color Matching

Purchase a set of colorful or flavorful chocolates like strawberries, blueberries, grapes, watermelons, cranberries, oranges, etc. Besides these, you can bring a few colorful boxes of ordinary chocolates. Then, give your children a few colored papers or crayons. After that, ask them to find a chocolate or box that has a similar color. For instance, if you give them blue and green color paper, ask them to find a blue and green chocolate or a box. This activity may help them in the process of color recognition.

18. Scavenger Hunt

Scavenger Hunt

The scavenger hunt is a popular, playful activity for kids which they love to do with their parents. It can be played in both indoor and outdoor spaces. Cut a chocolate box or two and create a geometrical-shaped hole in it. You can also cut a few chocolates into alphabetical shapes or buy some geometrical-shaped chocolates. Then, give your kids a small map that shows any geometric shape or an alphabet and number. After that, your child will find a particular piece of chocolate.

19. Cloud Shapes

Cloud Shapes

A few chocolate boxes consist of a few white foam wrappers that protect the chocolate’s quality. Apart from the box or chocolates, you can arrange a playful activity for kids with that wrapper. Give your kids that wrapper along with scissors and other stationary items, such as glitter, tape, and markers. Then, ask your kid to make a cloud shape design. At first, do it by yourself, and your kid will imitate you. After preparing the cloud shape, ask them to decorate them if required and paste them on the wall.

20. Bubble Wrap Painting

Bubble Wrap Painting

Aside from white foam paper, a few chocolate boxes are covered with bubble foam wrap nowadays. It protects the quality of the chocolates. Thus, you can arrange a playful activity for kids with the bubble foam wrap. Provide your toddlers with a few bubble foam wrap with liquid colors. Make sure you cut the wrappers into a few pieces. After that, ask your kids to enhance their creativity. Allow them to create art or any shapes or designs that reveal their creative skills.

Summing It Up

All in all, not only kids but adults also love eating chocolates. So, arranging a playful activity for kids with chocolate boxes isn’t a bad initiative. They can learn so many things while playing the shape-matching activity. Generally, kindergartens engage the kids in these types of activities. However, you can start the shape-matching activity with your toddler at home. Before entering preschool, your kid may develop early math skills and alphabets.

There are several shape-matching activities you can do with a box of chocolates. It includes number recognition, letter matching, color recognition, etc. Besides these, you can try geometry with marshmallow candies and try creativity with the bubble wrap of the chocolate box. Shape-matching activities enhance your kid’s creativity, thinking abilities, and concentration skills.

In this blog, you’ve acknowledged the concept, benefits, and a few examples of shape-matching activity with chocolate boxes. Do you have any queries? Let us know in the comments.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can This Activity Help Your Kids to Develop Any Skills?

These activities can help your kid in lively and numerous ways. It can assist your kid in gaining early math skills, numerical skills, letter recognition, shape sorting, and various other learning activities.

What is the Appropriate Age to Start This Activity for Kids?

Generally, the teachers started doing this activity with four-year-old kids in a kindergarten. However, you can start doing this activity with your kid from the age of 1 before they get admitted to a preschool.

Does This Activity Have a Negative Impact on Your Kid?

No, the shape-making activity doesn’t have any negative impact on your kids. Instead of it, these activities help your toddler to enhance several learning skills along with thinking, creativity, and concentration abilities.

Which Activities Are the Best for Your Kids?

The letter recognition activity can help your kids to learn about the alphabet. Similarly, number recognition helps them to develop early math skills. Creating geometric shapes is also one of the best shape-making activities for a toddler.

The toddlers started to develop their mental leap after five to six weeks of their birth. It may last for up to 18 months or 24 months. Thus, during this period, they want to commit to many playful activities. As a parent, you’re required to arrange their playful schedules. It may help your toddlers in mitigating their stress levels.

However, playing doesn’t mean that you’ve to go outside on the ground. You can still arrange a few playing activities at your home. It can help the children to spend quality time with their parents and vice versa. Besides these, it may encourage your toddler to learn new activities, such as painting, making music, decorating boxes, etc.

In this blog, you’ll learn about 35 unique indoor playing activities for 1-year-olds.

1. Story Time

Story Time

The most significant and prime indoor activity you can conduct with your toddler is scheduling a storytime. Storytelling is one of the most exciting activities for 1-year-olds. So, read a fairytale or an adventurous story to them. If you’re out of stories, you can use modern technology. Use audio stories to improve your toddler’s imagination. It may also help them to develop their thinking, listening, and imagination skills at home.

2. Box Decoration

Box Decoration

It’s normal for a toddler to play with toys. Where do they put their toys after playing with them? Maybe in a box, a toy box. However, most toddlers don’t want to arrange their toys in that box. Thus, what about allowing them to decorate the boxes? It isn’t a bad idea. Decorating the toy boxes may enhance the creativity of your baby. It’s one of the most unique activities for 1-year-olds. Bring them a few watercolors to decorate the boxes.

3. DIY Coloring Paper

DIY Coloring Paper

Bought a few DIY coloring papers or pages for your toddler. You can find them in your local stationery or e-commerce stores. Various types of DIY coloring paper are available on the market. Bring them for your babies to play. They may use it and create a wonderful design from it. It’s also one of the most fascinating activities for 1-year-olds. They can paint it with pastels, pencil colors, or sketch pens. Besides these, they may fold them to create a paper butterfly or bee.

4. Indoor Scavenger Hunt

Indoor Scavenger Hunt

An indoor scavenger hunt may be almost the same as playing an indoor treasure hunt with your kids. However, the indoor scavenger hunt doesn’t need further preparations. It can be done with minimum and readymade requirements. Just show a few pictures of a few objects to your babies and ask them to collect them in their basket. For example, show a picture of a red toy car, a brown teddy, and a yellow spoon, and they will collect the pieces on their basket. It’s one of the innovative activities for 1-year-olds.

5. Arrange the Toys

Arrange the Toys

As mentioned, a toddler loves playing with toys. However, they don’t arrange it properly in their toy boxes. What about teaching them to arrange their toys playfully? It isn’t a bad approach. It’s one of the most interesting activities for 1-year-olds. This activity can influence the thinking skills of your toddler. In addition, it also teaches them discipline and how to arrange things perfectly. Arrange their toys in the boxes, and they will repeat you.

6. Washing the Toys

Washing the Toys

As a parent, you must concern about the hygiene of your baby. Thus, it’s necessary to wash or sanitize the toy they are playing with. If you find it difficult to bathe your toddler, wash their toys in the bathtub. After that, they might get encouraged to take the bath playfully. Apart from that, they will also learn about washing their toys. Toddler always imitates what their parents do. So, if you wash the toys, they will follow the same activity.

7. Nursery Rhymes

Nursery Rhymes

Apart from storytelling, you can read nursery rhymes to your toddler. Try to sing a nursery rhyme and add it to your daily routine. It may help your toddlers to get aware of all types of rhymes before they are admitted to an elementary school. It can help you to engage your child. Besides these, it will also develop their listening and thinking skills along with musical preferences. It’s one of the most fun and joyful activities for 1-year-olds.

8. Playhouse


Playhouse is one of the most trending activities for 1-year-olds. This activity has become popular in the last two or three decades. You can build a playhouse using DIY cardboard or pillows. A kid will love to enjoy playing with a playhouse. Nowadays, readymade playhouses are also available on the market. You can buy one that is suitable for your toddler. In that playhouse, babies can add their toys, dolls, and other playing elements. It can help your babies to grow playfully.

9. Music Making

Music Making

Who doesn’t love music? Human beings enjoy the music of their favorite artists. The same thing also applies to your toddlers. The tone of any musical instrument can influence a toddler. Thus, you can buy a musical instrument for your baby. It may include a toddler keyboard, guitar, or drums. After that, ask them to play it. It can help them to enhance their musical preferences. In addition, it may guide you to help them in developing their creative skills.

10. Painting or Drawing

Painting or Drawing

Paintings or drawings are one of the most popular activities for 1-year-olds. Bring a drawing paper for your kids and ask them to draw or paint anything they want. Handed them pastels, pencil colors, sketch pens, and watercolors. Then, see what they draw or paint. It may not make sense to you every time, but it may assure you that your child is learning and growing creative skills. Make this playful activity in their daily or weekly schedule.

11. LEGO Toys


Everyone has been familiar with LEGO toys since the early 1930s. Not only the kids but also adults love playing with a LEGO toy. Similarly, you can buy some LEGOs for your toddlers and arrange an indoor playing activity. They can learn so many things from this activity, such as building a model car or house. It is one of the most creative and unique activities for 1-year-olds. They not only enjoy playing with LEGO toys but also learn several things playfully.

12. Playing with Teddy Bears

Playing with Teddy Bears

Apart from toys or LEGOs, a toddler loves to play with teddy bears. Thus, you can bring a teddy bear for your baby. It may guide you to do other work while your baby is busy playing with the teddy. Playing with teddy bears is one of the most popular activities for 1-year-olds. It may help them in showing compassion and sharing emotions. In other words, it will help them to develop their interaction skills and mental growth.

13. Hide and Seek

Hide and Seek

Hide and seek is popular gaming activity among children. You can play this game both in outdoor and indoor spaces. You can try this gaming activity with your 1-year-old toddler. It can guide your child to get rid of separation anxiety that occurs frequently at that time. Hide and seek can also boost emotion and impulsion. However, don’t make it difficult; make sure your child finds you easily. This activity may make your toddler joyful and help you to connect with them emotionally.

14. Painting the Trash Can

Painting the Trash Can

Painting the trash can or basket is also one of the most trending and innovative activities for 1-year-olds. You must teach your toddler to put the garbage in the trash or bin. However, as a toddler, they may find it funny and do the opposite of it. So, allow your toddler to paint a trash can or basket made of cardboard. They may find this activity encouraging, and they will put the waste in the trash bin. Thus, your toddler learns about cleaning their surroundings and boosts their creativity.

15. Bubble Foam

Bubble Foam

Bubble foams are one of the most joyful activities for 1-year-olds. If you face difficulty during the time of your toddler’s shower, you can try this. You can blow bubbles so that your children can enjoy it. Besides these, you can use a bubble bath with water during the shower. Just make sure the ratio between the bubble bath and water is 2:1. Use your hands to mix it in the bathtub. It may encourage your children to during the bath playfully.

16. Card Games

Card Games

Card games don’t always mean arcade games. You can use flashcard games to play with your kids. It’s one of the most interesting activities for 1-year-olds. Bring a set of cards that consists of English alphabets or numbers. Apart from that, you can buy a set of cards that consists of fruit names or images. Arrange a playful activity with these cards with your toddler. It may help your baby to learn and develop their skills while playing.

17. Chalk Drawing

Chalk Drawing

Toddler loves drawing several things as, at that time, they are in the mental leap. It helps them to enhance their creativity. Just like you give your toddlers pastels, pencil colors, or watercolors to draw or paint something. Similarly, you can give your toddler a set of colorful chalk for doing the same activity. Just bring a small white or blackboard and ask your 1-year-old to draw something. It may not make sense to you, but it can boost your toddler’s creativity skills.

18. Egg Painting

Egg Painting

Painting on a drawing paper or book is normal. What about enabling your toddler to paint on eggs? It isn’t a bad idea. It’s one of the unique activities for 1-year-olds. They can enjoy painting the eggs with brush and watercolors. They can help you to set up a perfect decoration for Easter. It may boost their knowledge about designing and enhance their creative skills. You need to start the activity first, so they will imitate you and give the eggs an innovative look.

19. Build a Castle in The Indoor Space

Build a Castle in The Indoor Space

Building a castle with cardboard or pillows is also an innovative approach. It’s as simple as creating a playhouse or dollhouse. However, there are readymade toddler castles available on the market. An indoor castle may experience numerous playing activities for 1-year-olds. Toddlers can jump or roleplay their favorite fairytale characters on that castle. Apart from that, they can play with their dolls, teddy bears, or toys in the castle. A jumping castle can help your toddler to improve their physical health, which includes stamina and blood circulation level.

20. Playing with Sand

Playing with Sand

Toddlers love to play with sand; you’ll notice that when you will visit a beach or a playground. However, you can still create the same vibe at your home. Just bring a large bucket with sand and water and arrange a playful environment for your child. Playing with sand is one of the most fun activities for 1-year-olds. They will create a mini sand castle or other different objects with sand and water. It will unleash their creative side positively.

21. Finger and Toes Counting

Finger and Toes Counting

Finger and toe counting is one of the most playful activities for 1-year-olds. You can arrange this gaming schedule without any further requirements. Just show your toddlers how you count your fingers or toes. After that, they will start imitating you. It may help them in learning numerics while playing the game. They will also learn about calculating before going to elementary school. This activity will improve their hand-eye coordination and thinking capability in a lively manner.

22. Play with Dolls

Play with Dolls

Playing with dolls is normal for any toddler. This is one of the most fascinating activities for 1-year-olds. If your toddler plays with dolls, it can benefit them in developing their mental abilities. They can also evolve their emotions, empathy, and impulsive skills. Toddlers may start talking to their dolls daily, which may encourage them to speak early. It can lead them to improve their imagination and thinking capacity. If you want to develop your toddler’s emotional state, don’t hesitate to bring dolls.

23. Ping Pong Balls

Ping Pong Balls

Playing with any type of sports ball can develop the fitness level of your kid. In addition, it may help them to facilitate their blood circulation level and reduce their stress level. However, a toddler can’t play with a soccer ball or basketball. For your toddler, you can bring a bunch of ping pong, aka table tennis balls. The ping pong balls aren’t small that your child can choke. Just be cautious all the time.

24. Feed Animal Stuffed Toy

Feed Animal Stuffed Toy
Adorable toddler girl eating fresh fruits and vegetables for lunch. Child feeding doll and teddy bear in the kitchen. Delicious healthy food for kids

Apart from teddy bears and dolls, a toddler loves playing with stuffed toys. It may include domestic or wild animal dolls. If you’re having a problem while feeding your 1-year-olds, you can also try this activity. Try to feed their animal stuffed toys or dolls while feeding your toddler. Apart from that, you may create a scenario where your toddler is feeding the animal stuffed toys with you. It may look like you’re feeding a real animal. It may help them in learning about sharing and kindness.

25. Blowing the Balloons

Blowing the Balloons

A toddler always loves to play with balloons. It’s one of the most enjoyable activities for 1-year-olds. Thus, you can play with your toddlers with balloons in indoor spaces. Blow a pair or two balloons, and you’ll notice your children are imitating you. They’ll start blowing the balloon too. Blowing the balloon can also benefit your toddler in blood circulation and fitness levels. It may also help them with breathing exercises. Just make sure you’re maintaining a limit, as too much blowing the balloons can create a negative impact on their health.

26. Play with Action Cards

Play with Action Cards

Aside from flashcards, you can give your toddlers a set of action cards. An action card contains several activities that your 1-year-old can enjoy. You can bring a set of animal action cards. It may include how an animal can walk or speak. For instance, it may include waddling like a penguin, stretching like a giraffe, swinging like a monkey, etc. The action cards can also help your toddler in learning so many things about animals and their activities.

27. Leaf Painting

Leaf Painting

Toddlers love painting and drawing. Apart from showing their painting skills on eggs, cardboard, and drawing books, you can bring a bunch of leaves for them. Just make sure the leaves are cleaned properly to maintain a level of hygiene. After giving them the leaves, ask them to show their creativity. If it didn’t work at first, try to paint a leaf by yourself. After that, they will follow you. It might also develop their creative and thinking skills.

28. Printable Cutouts

Printable Cutouts

What about emphasizing your toddler’s cutting skills? It isn’t a bad approach. You can buy a printable cutout and ask them to cut out the picture carefully. Hand them a scissor; if they fail to do it at first, do it yourself. After that, your child will imitate you. However, be careful while doing this process, don’t give them a sharp scissor. Instead of it, try to provide them with playful scissors. This activity can help your toddler in their concentration.

29. Toy Car Races

 Toy Car Races

It’s normal for a toddler to play with toy cars. This is one of the most joyful activities for 1-year-olds. What about organizing a race between their toy cars? It isn’t a negative approach. Take two toy cars for yourself and give your child two cars and then race them. Your toddler may find this activity more exciting, and it can be done in your indoor space easily without further preparation. This activity can also help you connect with your 1-year-old mentally and emotionally.

30. Popsicle Bath

Popsicle Bath

Having a problem as your kids are refusing to take a bath. However, there’s a solution. Try to arrange a playful activity so that they find it encouraging to bathe. Give them popsicles while bathing or after the bath. After that, your toddler may feel happy and won’t create any difficulties for you. The popsicle bath activity may help you to wash your toddler’s hair and body easily. Just ensure a limitation, a popsicle may make your 1-year-old happy, but too much popsicle can cause a cold.

31. Pouring the Water

Pouring the Water

Another simple, playful activity that you can arrange for your toddler is water pouring. All you need is just a few glasses or bottles and a jug. Give them a small jug or jar full of water and ask them to pour them on glasses and bottles. It may help your child to learn about discipline. In addition, it may assist them in developing their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Your toddler may gain concentration abilities while performing this activity.

32. Buy Clay Dough

Buy Clay Dough

Clay doughs are also popular, playful elements for a toddler from the past few decades. Like drawing and painting, a toddler finds it interesting to play with clay dough. It’s also as enjoyable for them as playing with LEGO blocks. Your toddler can create amazing and simple sculptures and designs. This activity may enhance their creativity and artistic skills. In addition, your child may improve their imagination and concentration skills. Besides these, this may assist your child to boost their hand-eye coordination and fine motor activities.

33. Match the Bottle Lids

Match the Bottle Lids

Matching the lids of bottles is as playful as pouring the water. Your toddler may also find this activity encouraging. It may improve your kid’s concentration skills. Aside from that, it may develop their hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. Give your child three or four empty bottles and their lids separately. Ask them to match the lids of the bottles. This is one of the innovative and fun activities for 1-year-olds. It doesn’t require numerous requirements and can be played in an indoor space.

34. Teach them to Water the Indoor Plants

Teach them to Water the Indoor Plants

Watering the plants is as simple and similar as pouring the water into bottles from a small jar. Generally, parents do this activity with 2 to 5-year-old babies. However, you can try this with your toddler. At present, it’s one of the most trendy activities for 1-year-olds. Teach your kids to water the indoor plants at your home. Display the process, and they will imitate it. This activity can teach your toddler about caring for the environment.

35. Allow them to Play Volleyball with Baloon

Allow them to Play Volleyball with Baloon

Toddlers enjoy playing with balloons and balls. They love blowing the balloons and playing with a ping pong ball. Have you noticed that they also love volleying several things, such as pillows and toys? It’s not appropriate to give a volleyball to your 1-year-old baby. So, in this case, you can give your child a balloon and allow them to play volleyball with it. This activity may immensely bring joy and pleasure to a toddler.

In Summary

All in all, you don’t have to go outside to arrange a playful activity with your 1-year-olds. You can create the same environment in the comfort of your home without any excessive preparation. Give your toddler dolls and toys to play with. Besides these, you can read stories or rhymes, which may improve your kid’s listening, thinking, and imagination skills.

These indoor activities can enhance the creativity of your 1-year-old toddler. Bring pastel colors, watercolors, pencil colors, and sketch pens for them. Then provide them with a drawing book, leaves, cardboard, trash cans, or toy boxes where they can show their creativity.

In this blog, you’ve acknowledged about 35 indoor playing activities for 1-year-olds. Which one is your favorite?

Let us know in the comments.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Benefit of Doing These Activities with 1-Year-Old Toddlers?

There are several benefits associated with these indoor playing activities. It can help your toddlers to develop their thinking, listening, and creative skills. In addition, it will also help them to reduce their stress level and separation anxiety.

Which Indoor Activities Are the Best Choice for a Toddler?

Allowing children to make music is one of the best choices. Besides these, drawing, painting, and creating models with clay dough are also innovative activities. It can improve your toddler’s creativity and hand-eye coordination.

Are you looking for easy and non-prep activities that are fun and engaging for your 2 and 3-year-olds? As you see, your toddlers would have never ending bundles of energy. And as a parent, it is difficult to keep up with their pace.

You may need easy-to-organize activities at home so that your 2 or 3-year-old may have something to look on to every single minute of their day. Looking for non-prep or no-fuss activities can be done within the comfort spaces of your home or apartment. And this way, kids learn how to assemble things together and how to put things back in their place.

Indoor activities also help your kids sit in one place and do stuff. This is because you must prepare them to sit in one place at a school or in a daycare center, and you don’t want them to be running around.

Let us discover fun and easy activities for 2-year-olds. Helping you get started here.

1. Pouring Water or Mixing Ingredients

Pouring Water or Mixing Ingredients

Just organize three cups together. Here, add water into one cup, sugar into the other cup, and a fruit drink mix into the last one. And the kid can be allowed to pour water from the cup and mix the fruit juice powder and sugar from the other two bowls into the main one. Voila! You have just taught your kid how to make fruit juice in a spill-free and in an effective manner. At leading Montessori schools, this activity is becoming a rage, and kids seem to enjoy the water-juice-sugar mixing activity to their fullest.

2. Does Your Two-Year-Old Daughter Enjoy Painting?

Does Your Two-Year-Old Daughter Enjoy Painting?

Set up a canvas with paint tubs and allow your kid to dabble with paints as much as your daughter loves it. Look at the wonderful free-style painting your princess doll has created! Through this activity, your kids learn how to mix primary colors to form secondary colors. You allow kids to heighten their level of creativity and imagination. Although this activity is a bit messy, she would love painting and can be at her station for about 2- 3 hours in a row, and then you can clean her up or maybe give her a shower or too. This is one of the most engaging and intuitive activities for 2-year-olds.

3. Arranging Number Blocks

Arranging Number Blocks

The number card is on display here, and you have the random bunch of numbers that form a part of the playing kit. Here, the numbers have to be picked and arranged in a chronological manner on the number card. As you can see, the numbers are 1-20. Because this is a completely fuss-free playing activity, you can rest assured that your little one stays with the game for hours on end. Your teeny weens learn how to count numbers from 1 to 20 in a fun and easy way.

4. Rescuing Toys

Rescuing Toys

This is a fun and engaging activity your 2-year-olds can have hands-on too. Here, you find that a few sea animals are arranged in a muffin cake baking tin, and you can use cue cards with hints and clues put up on them. Allow the child to identify each animal from the given set of clues on the cue cards, and the kid will pick the animal from the seaside. The fun activity allows your child to identify sea horses, starfishes, dolphins, and golden fish without getting confused or overlapping one on top of another.

5. Reading Story Books Together

Reading Story Books Together

As a dad or mom, you can read out storybooks aloud to your children. Since this will be a completely non-prep fun activity, your kids will learn a lot from the activity. This way, your 2 year learns the nuances of identifying words from the English language. Reading story books also inculcates the habit of reading books amongst your children at a very young age. Above all, when you read stories, kids observe how you pronounce different words with their syllables and phonetics. And therefore, they learn how to pronounce difficult words in a more effective manner. Here, you have one of the most fun-loving activities for 2-year-olds.

6. Make Your Own Play Sand

Make Your Own Play Sand

You can make your very own version of play sand using simple ingredients available at home. Using regular all-purpose flour, you just have to mix a food color or colored chalk shavings. And the color gets absorbed, and you have your very own version of colored sand to play in. As you see here, the little girl adds her play toys to the sand and does a pretend play version of her own. However, this is one of the most fabulous activities for 2-year-olds.

7. Have Fun with Play-Doh Activities

Have Fun with Play-Doh Activities

Here, you allow your kids to make their creative versions of sea animals, spiders, and bumble bees using play dough tubs. Apparently, the play dough uses ingredients that are absolutely safe for children to use mainly because the ingredients that go into the making are non-toxic in nature. Using roller pins and molds as already provided in the kit, you allow kids to make their fun versions of creatively inclined clay dolls.

8. Playing at The Beach

Playing at The Beach

Using kinetic sand that is available at retail stores or online establishments, you can organize quite a lot of fun-filled and non-fuss activities for your 2-year-olds. The mom allowed her kids to make potato heads, write numbers, alphabets and play with eggshells all at once. Likewise, you organize similar activities wherein the kids are hooked to playing with their sand kits for hours on end, giving you the much-needed ‘Me Time.’

9. Organize Color-Identifying Games

Organize Color-Identifying Games

Create billboards of different primary and secondary objects to help your child identify different colors from the VIBGYOR spectrum. Or, you can just place objects in front of your 2 or 3-year-olds asking him/her to identify what is the color of the object. Or, you can organize sing-along nursery rhymes like ‘Red is for Apple, Green is for grass, Blue is for the sky.’ This way, the kid learns to identify different shades associated with natural surroundings, and you create a healthy atmosphere for your children to thrive.

10. Pom-Pom Tumble Drop and Varied Other Activities

Pom-Pom Tumble Drop and Varied Other Activities

There are a variety of games on the slider for your baby boys and girls to indulge in. Using pom poms, you can organize a tumble drop activity and place cups at the end of the drop area. Arrange the cups color-wise and ask your daughter to put the respective pom-poms into the respective color boxes. Similarly, you can allow your 2-year-old sons to identify colors from fruit loops. Similarly, the author allows shape molds and stencils for the kids to create a variety of shapes like rectangles, squares, ovals, and circles. Again, the billboard hammer has colored pins; your child can identify different hues.

11. Painting Activities in Creative Ways

Painting Activities in Creative Ways

The set of non-prep painting activities and no fuss in nature can take you by an instant storm indeed. At a leading Montessori school here in Canada, the teacher has organized three different activities for toddlers who are 2 years and up. As we can see here, the activity doers are divided into three different groups. The first activity involves kids painting using cotton swabs. For the second activity, a flimsy plastic bag was inserted into a canvas, and the group did the painting on it. While for the third activity, the kids use peanut jars to add paints, jelly beans, and confetti to their own version of ‘Shake-me-up-jars.’ These are cool activities working parents or stay-at-home moms replicate to keep their 2-year-olds on their feet all the time.

12. Go for Your Treasure Hunt

Go for Your Treasure Hunt

This is a fun activity that will surely help your kids live their life in a fun and engaging manner. The parent has dressed up the kid in his favorite cowboy character. Clues are provided to the kid to go on a treasure-hunting spree. Gifts and exciting freebies are lined up for the talented kid who finds out clues for the treasure hunt at the end of the game. As we see here, this is a fun and engaging outdoor activity that teaches your child to be independent, think logically, and emerge successful. Other fairy tale or storybook characters can also be organized as non-prep and fun activities for your 2-year-olds.

13. Identifying Different Shapes, Colors, and Numbers

Identifying Different Shapes, Colors, and Numbers

You allow your kids to identify the shapes and numbers each console out here comprises. In other words, every block has a unique shape attributed to it, like stars, cubes, squares, hexagons, etc. Similarly, the block is colored differently. And above all, you have numbers written on each block. Through this activity, you each your 2-year-old numbers, shapes, and colors in one single go. Doesn’t this activity sound fun and engaging? Plus, this is an indoor activity that is non-prep. Just get the game packs and set it for your child allowing it to play for hours on end.

14. Allow the Kid to Paint Their Favorite Food

Allow the Kid to Paint Their Favorite Food

After all, who doesn’t love to munch on their favorite cookies, pastries, or tarts? Obviously, kids, too, would love eating the foods they relish. On that note, allowing your kid to paint his/her favorite food can be a great experience indeed. As a parent, you may have just to prep up the space your kid needs for painting. Alongside, you place some delightful paint tubs like acrylic or oil paints, and the magic happens. While you are busy working in the kitchen or with your laptop, your kid is busy painting for hours on end. To make the process even more creative, you can frame the art piece and convert it into wall decor art.

15. Allow the Kid to Draw a Nature-Driven Photograph

Allow the Kid to Draw a Nature-Driven Photograph

Dabble through your photos on your laptop, mobile phone, or other digital devices to find nature pics of forests, sunset locations, or even the mountains. Allow your 2-year-old to use their own imagination to caricature the photo in its own form. Talk to the kid about how he is supposed to draw. Kids learn so much from our actions and body language. While the kid is busy painting, you can do your work. And don’t forget to capture the pic as a framed shadow box or as a wonderful piece of memorabilia.

16. Allow Your Two-Year-Olds to Indulge in Some Outdoor Fun

Allow Your Two-Year-Olds to Indulge in Some Outdoor Fun

Starting two years until your kid turns 11 or 12, exposing them outdoors is going to be fun and exciting. Allow them to play hopscotch, hide and seek, and other running games to their heart’s content. This way, your kid’s reflexes improve, and it develops flexibility and agility to thrive during the growing years of its life. As a parent, you must supervise your toddlers, ensuring they don’t fall or get hurt. In a nutshell, there are a variety of outdoor activities your kids can enthrall and indulge themselves in. Allowing them to mingle with kids of their age group helps them develop independent thinking at a pretty young age.

17. Enhance the Motor Skills of Your 2 Year

Enhance the Motor Skills of Your 2 Year

Place old types one after the other and allow your hyperactive 2-year-old to perform acrobatics on the tyre-based trampoline. Allow it to jump, play and hop across the tires. Minimal adult supervision is required to make sure your tiny toddlers don’t fall or get themselves hurt. Similarly, you also discover that the tires are painted using different colors. Here, you can allow your kids to identify colors in a healthy outdoor atmosphere and help them learn the ways of the world in fun and engaging ways.

18. Set up An Innovation Toy Station for Your Kids

Set up An Innovation Toy Station for Your Kids

When you set up an innovative toy station for your darlings, the kids can be allowed to play with their toys for hours on end. Allow them to pick up each toy slowly, and once they are done playing with a set of toys, then take them to the next row of toys. As a parent, you must also teach them to put the toys back after use. This way, you teach your kids how to be a little more organized but in a fun and engaging manner. Allow the kids to explore toys while you can look for building road lanes DIY styles. This way, the kid gets an overview of automobiles that run on the roads in real time.

19. Puzzle Mash Up

Puzzle Mash Up

This is a puzzle mash-up game your two-year-olds would be excited to give a try. Here, you must tell the kids what the objects are and help the toddlers analyze the shapes and sizes of objects. Farm animals and trains have been done as puzzle pieces. The puzzle pieces must be put up to make the whole picture. This is a cumbersome activity for the kids, but this is a game and a fun activity that can keep your teeny, weeny toddlers together for hours on their feet while you finish up your office work or perform household chores.

20. Cutting Straws

Cutting Straws

Cutting straws is another fun and engaging activity you can allow your 2-year-olds to engage in. Using straws, rail lines, or other fun DIY activities can be done in a hassle-free manner. You can allow your child to create borders using straw cuttings. Likewise, you get to streamline quite a number of fun stuff using this very activity. As a parent, just collect the creative stuff or dolls your kids create out of disposable materials available at home. And you can create wall decor pieces or shadow boxes that help you walk down the nostalgic memory lane even as your toddlers keep growing up.

21. Allowing Your Kid to Insert Colorful Straws Into a Can

Allowing Your Kid to Insert Colorful Straws Into a Can

The boy is using different colored strings into holes that are put up on the can. The activity is non-prep and fuss-free for parents, but for the kids to identify the holes and put them into their respective spots isn’t as easy as it sounds. And the bowl looks colorful with the fangs popping out. The vibrant art piece can be displayed in your living room. Through the activity, you can also allow your kids to identify different colors and help them differentiate between primary and secondary shades to work around.

22. Poking the Holes Inside the Fruit

Poking the Holes Inside the Fruit

The girl is made to poke holes inside the apple, and she uses toothpicks to do the same. All you have to do is, draw dots using felt pens, and the kid has to poke holes at the dots you have designated for her as such. This can be a treasure-hunt-kinda game for your 2-year-olds and above, wherein the kids identify where the dots are and poke holes using toothpick sticks. In a nutshell, this is a non-prep and fun activity that can keep your toddlers on their edge for a very long time.

23. Pom Pom Sorting Can Be Fun

Pom Pom Sorting Can Be Fun

Pom sorting can be fun and exciting for your teeny weeny toddlers. As a matter of fact, this is definitely a non-prep and fuss-free activity for your 2-year-olds and even above. Just put a bag of pom poms into a large jar and allow your kids to segregate the pom poms color-wise and drop them into their respective color cups. Similarly, allow your kids to say the colors aloud too. Image identification and color recognition can be easily achieved through this fun and engaging activity. In short, pom sorting is one of the best activities for 2-year-olds.

24. Allow Some Textured Walk

Allow Some Textured Walk

By allowing your kid to do some textured walking, you improve the kid’s sensory touch toward objects. Your 2 YO may want to crawl or touch the objects but allow it to walk on the surfaces. The activity can also improve the gait of your child’s walk in a hassle-free manner. Plus, the sensory abilities of touch and movement improve greatly with this fun and engaging activity on hand. The parents have minimal prep up to set the tone for the activity, and the kid can get himself going for hours on end.

25. Create Squishy Balloons

Create Squishy Balloons

Here is a non-prep and non-fuss activity you and your kids can perform together. And then, fill colored balloons with objects like confetti, marbles, or designer trinkets you find at home. This way, the kid can feel the objects that have been dropped into the balloons, or they can utilize these as their squishy, squashy toys. Colors and objects can be identified this way. And these are fun toys to play around too.

26. Create a Paint Station for Your 2-Year-Olds

Create a Paint Station for Your 2-Year-Olds

You can create an organized paint station for your 2-year-olds to dabble with. Here, you have crayons, brushes, paint cans, acrylic shades, watercolors, and papers that have been neatly organized for your kids to dabble with. Let them paint whatever pictures or fun emojis they want to. And, then, you can clean up the mess at the end. As a parent, you can teach your kids how to use the ‘ABCD’ stencils to create alphabets. In short, quite a lot of fun and engaging activities for 2-year-olds can be arranged this way.

27. Pillow Fights and Building Block Games

Pillow Fights and Building Block Games

Allow your kids to play games on pillows. Pillow fights can also be fun and entertaining. In a way, engaging in gentle pillow fights strengthens the bond between the mama and the child. And your 2 YO are going to love you for this. Similarly, building block tubs can be handed over to your inquisitive two-year-olds. Using their imagination and creativity, you can ask them to build storey houses, shops, or buildings. Motor and intellectual skills for your children can be developed using these non-prep and fun activities.

28. Organizing Dinosaur Baths and Painting Activities

Organizing Dinosaur Baths and Painting Activities

As a parent, you can organize super cool games and fun-filled activities for 2-year-olds, provided you use your wit and wisdom on how to get things started in the first place. This is a dinosaur bath wherein the boy’s favorite dinosaurs have been arranged inside his bathroom, and he gleams at his animals with enthusiasm and joy. In another activity, the girl organizes painting sessions with her younger brother using felt pens, crayons, and oil pastels. Through these activities, you can get tons of free time while your kids are engaged in a healthy manner.

29. Get Hands-On with Rainbow Painting

Get Hands-On with Rainbow Painting

Using paints that have been dropped into cake molds, you allow your kids to start up with their own version of rainbow paint. Here, slices of bread have been used, wherein the kids can caricature rainbow shades or draw strokes of their pictures. For two-year-olds, it can be fun time scribbling too. Who knows, the scribbling can turn out to be wonderful pieces of memorabilia for you as such. And then, recreate your child’s artistic streaks into creative shadow boxes or wall-decor art paintings. Rainbow painting is one of the most sought-after activities for 2-year-olds.

30. Immersing Pom Poms Into Water

Immersing Pom Poms Into Water

Allow your kids to immerse their favorite color pom poms into a bowl of water. Ask your 2 YO what color it is. Color identification and logical thinking abilities can be developed through this simple and engaging activity for your teeny tiny toddlers. Plus, as a parent, minimal setup time is required to keep your kids for hours on end via this fun activity. This is one of the most exciting activities for 2-year-olds; you can get hands-on too.

Concluding Lines

All in all, we have seen 30 exciting and innovative activities for 2-year-olds. Sand piping, cake baking, story reading, and a lot many fun activities can be organized for your kids to learn activities and daily chores in a fuss-free manner.

DIY kits can also be availed at online marketplaces wherein age-appropriate toys and learning materials are provided to kids so that they can always have something to hold on to during the course of the day. As a parent, you must allow yourself minimal supervision so that you make sure your kids play in a safe and secure environment.

Also, you must allow the kids to use their imagination and creativity to learn the games and not keep scolding or yelling at them in case they do stuff wrong.

So, which is going to be the fun activity you are going to prep up right away?

Art and Crafts are one of those activities that are super fun and are immensely loved by kids. Teaching your little munchkins something new is tricky, but transforming it into a fun activity brings liveliness. Activities that teach your kids to reuse old materials and make something new from them help them learn crafts and a lot of life values easily.

Pipe cleaners’ crafts are one of the best crafts. Because they are cost-efficient, they come in multiple colors, and we all know how much kids love colorful things. They are very easy to be bent, making them the best choice for the craft activity.

We have listed the 25 best pipe cleaner crafts ideas you can make with your kids by having fun and interesting sessions.

Where to Buy Pipe Cleaner?

You can buy pipe cleaners easily from any nearby store, art and crafts store, stationery shop, dollar store, and Walmart as well. You can even order a lot of pipe cleaners online from Amazon. Below are the links to some of my favorite pipe cleaners from Amazon:

Pipe cleaners are one of those fascinating craft materials that no one can ignore, and we can vouch for it. Their vibrant colors and perfect characteristic feature of being the perfect craft material is what makes them everyone’s favorite. Stationery boxes are filled with many craft materials, but the most stuffed box that we have in my whole collection is of Pipe cleaners. They are the absolute perfect match for art and crafts activities.

Best Pipe Cleaners Crafts with Your Little Munchkins

1. Pipe Cleaner Flower Rings

Pipe Cleaner Flower Rings

Let’s make the beautiful craft of a flower ring with pipe cleaners. Make this masterpiece from pipe cleaners with your little munchkins. Items needed for this pipe cleaner art are nothing more than just seven chenille Pipe Cleaners. All you have to do is make petals from six chenille pipe cleaners and make the stem of the flower from the one pipe cleaner left. Make different flower rings for different seasons and occasions.

2. Pipe Cleaner Butterfly Ring

Pipe Cleaner Butterfly Ring

Well, this is one of those crafts that seems tough but actually is the easiest one. This pipe cleaner craft needs nothing much but just 3 pipe cleaners of different coordinating colors and a pair of scissors. Take two pipe cleaners and roll them together, then take the size of your finger and join the ends by crossing to have the size of your finger. Then distinguish those 4 ends, the bottom two and the top two, and roll all the ends and give it a butterfly shape. Then join one more pipe cleaner on the top to make it look like a realistic butterfly sting.

3. Pipe Cleaner Beaded Flowers

Pipe Cleaner Beaded Flowers

This Pipe cleaner takes nothing less than 10 minutes to be made. All you need is three pipe cleaners and a few colorful beads. This pipe cleaner craft is going to look amazing for the decoration of the table in your house. The best part about these flowers is that you don’t need to change them every 3 days. All you have to do is, take a pipe cleaner, cut it into 4 equal sizes, then put the beads in them and roll them like a flower petal. Then attach these petals with another pipe cleaner that will be the stem. And lastly, roll one pipe cleaner and fix it in the center of the flower.

4. Pipe Cleaner Beaded Dragonflies

Pipe Cleaner Beaded Dragonflies

Crafts that are made up of simple materials are just love! One such pipe cleaner craft is the beaded dragonfly. You should have three sparkly pipe cleaners, a pair of googly eyes, some colorful beads, and a pair of scissors. Circle the sparkly pipe cleaner and then fix their centers together and do the same with one more pipe cleaner. Then take another pipe cleaner and put beads in it and then fix those wings that you made through pipe cleaner above the beaded portion. Then roll out the leftover portion of the beaded sparkly pipe cleaner to make the face. Attach the googly eyes to that face. And here you have your Pipe Cleaner Beaded Dragonfly.

5. Pipe Cleaner Tall Spiders

Pipe Cleaner Tall Spiders

This pipe cleaner is perfect for Halloween to scare your kids. This craft can even be a good one for young entomologists. These magnificent tall skinny spiders are made up of just pipe cleaners and a few plastic beads. These can be made center home pieces or can fit well with the theme kids’ room or even simply in the kids’ room for fun. Take 4 pipe cleaners and bend in the middle and twist the fold several times to make the spider’s body. Separate the pipe cleaners to make the legs. Slide a couple of beads onto each leg and slide on 2 more beads. Bend the legs 1.5 inches from the last joint and slide on two more beads. Adjust the legs properly, and here is your pipe cleaner craft of skinny tall spider ready!

6. Pipe Cleaner Bejeweled Rings

Pipe Cleaner Bejeweled Rings

This kind of kid-friendly pipe cleaner craft is a perfect fun and useful activity for kids. All you need is a pipe cleaner, a beautiful stone, and a hot glue gun. Fix a length of pipe cleaner around your finger and then twist the ends to secure the measurement of your finger. Then remove it and hot glue a beautiful gem or stone of your choice. Your beautiful pipe cleaner bejeweled ring is ready for you to wear with your beautiful daughter.

7. Pipe Cleaner Feathered Birds

Pipe Cleaner Feathered Birds

Well, birds are loved by kids, and when it comes to colorful birds, then no questions asked. This pipe cleaner craft is going to be the next favorite one of your kids. You need a pipe cleaner, beautiful feathers, googly eyes, and a hot glue gun. Just a couple of colorful chenille pipe cleaners, and you have a perfect base for a cute little chick. Add a feathered tail to it. Then add one googly eye to finish the task. Your beautifully cute chick is ready to be the new favorite thing to decorate at home.

8. Pipe Cleaner Fishing Game

Pipe Cleaner Fishing Game

Making beautiful crafts from pipe cleaners is super fun. But have you ever thought of creating a game out of it? Yes, you heard it right. You can make an awesome fun game with the Chenille pipe cleaner. This is a fun fishing game that you can make easily as a pipe cleaner craft with your kids. Kids can easily twist out the pipe cleaners to make fish out of them. Then tie a magnet to a makeshift pole to “fish” at the kitchen counter. To make it even more organized, you can set up a pool in a container or small-sized tub and then play this game in it. How fun!

9. Pipe Cleaner Swirled Lollipops

Pipe Cleaner Swirled Lollipops

Crafts that not just make your kid’s time pass easily but also help you achieve your goals for their betterment are the best ones. Pipe cleaner crafts are indeed super fun, but what’s even more fun is watching your kids indulging in them. With these pipe cleaner-swirled lollipops, your kids are going to stay controlled in their sugary sweets because this is surely going to satisfy their sweet tooth or at least distract them for a little longer. All you need to do is, twist a couple of colors of pipe cleaners together and then glue them with a wooden stick or a paper straw. And your sweet and colorful candy is absolutely ready to distract your kid’s sugary cravings.

10. Pipe Cleaner Crafts Crown

Pipe Cleaner Crafts Crown

It’s time to take the dress-up game to the next level today. Wondering how? Well, it is super simple, easy, and fun. Just with the help of some easy homemade accessories, you can take the dress-up time with your kids to the next level and can have a fun time with them. Kids, along with you, can make beautiful crowns by just gluing a couple of sparkly pipe cleaners together to give it a shape of a crown. To add some more magic to it, you can also add some pipe cleaner craft stars or other things and can glue them on top of it. This is surely going to make your daughter and son feel like the real prince and princess of your castle.

11. Pipe Cleaner Monster Finger Puppets

 Pipe Cleaner Monster Finger Puppets

You won’t even imagine that this pipe cleaner craft can be so easy to make. The best part about it is that it can be made within 10 minutes without unnecessary hassle. You will need a color pipe cleaner, a pom pom, a pair of googly eyes, and of course, a hot glue gun. First, take the colorful chenille pipe cleaner and wrap it thrice around your finger. Then for the second step, we have to make ears with the remaining pipe cleaner after those finger-sized rounds. Then stick the pom pom just below the ear to make it look like a whole face. Then for the final touch, stick the googly eyes on the pom pom. Here are your cute pipe cleaner monster finger puppets ready to play and have fun with!

12. Pipe Cleaner Pencil Topper

Pipe Cleaner Pencil Topper

These pencil toppers are somewhat similar to finger puppets. The procedure to make this pipe cleaner craft is super easy and fun. It is not just going to be fun-filled by making them but also a forever fun element for your kids’ stationery. You need colorfully attractive chenille pipe cleaners, pom poms, googly eyes, a hot glue gun, and pencils. Now for the procedure, take the pencil and a pipe cleaner and wrap the pipe cleaner four or five times on the top of the pencil; once wrapped and rounded tightly pipe cleaner will retain its shape of it. Then from the remaining portion of the pipe cleaner, round them. Then stick the pom-pom over the rounded portion and stick shortcutted sparkly pipe cleaners such that they look like ears. For the final work, stick the googly eyes on the pom pom, and your funny and interesting pipe cleaner pencil toppers are ready.

13. Pipe Cleaner Rainbow Craft

Pipe Cleaner Rainbow Craft

Colors are what attract kids the most. In the early stage of learning, it is very important for kids to know different colors in different ways. When it comes to colors, how can we miss the Rainbow? So, here is one fun-learning pipe cleaner craft for your kids to learn and understand the most beautiful creation from the combination of different colors. Seven rainbow color pipe cleaners, some cotton, a cuboidal foam, and a hot glue gun. Take the pipe cleaners and bend them in the shape of a semi-circle same as in a rainbow. Then, arrange the colors in the correct order and stick them with the foam and some cotton balls as clouds on both ends altogether. Your fun-learning pipe cleaner craft is ready to make your kids learn and have fun together.

14. Pipe Cleaner Beaded Sparkle Hearts

Pipe Cleaner Beaded Sparkle Hearts

Hearts are one of the most aesthetic crafts that you make with pipe cleaners. Some crafts look tough and completed, but trust me, they are as easy as tough they look. You will need colorful pipe cleaners, beads, and ribbon. Now for the process, Firstly, put the beads in the pipe cleaner. Once done with that, then secondly bend that pipe cleaner into the shape of a heart. Here is your beaded heart ready. If you wish to hang these beautiful beaded hearts, then you can knot a side of the ribbon on top of the heart and then the other end of the ribbon wherever you want to hang it.

15. Pipe Cleaner Pom Pom Caterpillar

Pipe Cleaner Pom Pom Caterpillar

Pompoms seem like one of the best friends of pipe cleaners since they together make one of the best pipe cleaner crafts. Now it is time to create some friendly bugs using colorful pompoms, googly eyes, colorful pipe cleaners, and a hot glue gun. Take colorful pompoms and stick them together in a line. Then stick the shortcutted pipe cleaner on the first pompom like a cute caterpillar antenna. Then stick googly eyes on the first pompom, and here you have the pipe cleaner pompom caterpillar ready to play with your kids.

16. Pipe Cleaner Coffee Filter Dancers

Pipe Cleaner Coffee Filter Dancers

These coffee filter dancers are so pretty. The color, the shape, they look like a whole masterpiece. You will need coffee filters (preferably of 10 to 12-cup sizes), washable markers, 2 pipe cleaners, tiny elastic, and a pair of scissors. Firstly, take two coffee filters, one on top of the other one, so that when you sketch one, the other one also gets the same color, and you will have two identical colored coffee filters to make a dress. Color the coffee filters with the markers and use your favorite colors, how you want the dress to look like. Using a dropper, slowly drop water all over the coffee filter; no need to worry since the filters are water-absorbent. Once completely soaked, stop adding water, and make sure you don’t overflood it with water. Now let them dry! Now using the pipe cleaners, make the shape of a thin person, making the arms wide, legs in a reverse V shape, and the spinal in between, and not to forget the neck area.

17. Pipe Cleaner 3D Water Color Flowers

Pipe Cleaner 3D Water Color Flowers

There is a never-ending to the coffee filter and pipe cleaner crafts. Once you start having fun making these effortless crafts, then there is no going back. You will need coffee filters, water markers, pipe cleaners, and tiny elastic. Now take the coffee filters and keep two of them like one over the other. Now color the coffee filters with the water markers. Take the dropper and drop the water droplets over the filter paper. Stop dropping once it absorbs it all. Then let it dry. Once they are totally dry, fold them and cut the tip of it. The cut should be small because when you open the paper, you will see the actual size of the cut. Then take the pipe cleaner and put the paper in it and tie it with the tiny elastic. Add the other identical paper over it and cut its edges as the design of a fancy flower. Your pipe cleaner 3D Water Color Flowers are ready!

18. Pipe Cleaner Water Bottle Love Bugs

Pipe Cleaner Water Bottle Love Bugs

For this pipe cleaner craft, you will need small water bottles, foam heart stickers (both large and small), red pipe cleaners, pink craft paint, Googly eyes, glow sticks, a hot glue gun, and a paintbrush. Firstly, paint your little bottle with a single coat of light pink color so that the bottle can be painted, but the light can also glow in the dark through it. Wrap three red pipe cleaners around the bottle. Twist them in the center at the bottom to make the legs of the bug. Stick the heart stickers through the hot glue gun on the ends of the pipe cleaners to make their feet. Stick two large heart stickers on the top to make the wings. Wrap two more pipe cleaners on the neck of the bottle and paste two more stickers on the ends of those wrapped and rolled pipe cleaners.

19. Pipe Cleaner 3D Water Color Butterflies

Pipe Cleaner 3D Water Color Butterflies

Honestly, coffee filter and pipe cleaner crafts have become my personal favorite. Their effortless procedure and awesome results have made me a fan. So, all you are going to need is two coffee filter papers and keep one over the other, then color them with water markers. After this, drop water droplets on the paper until it absorbs and then stop dropping. Let it dry. Once they are dry, you will get two identical colored coffee filter papers. Then take a color-coordinating pipe cleaner. Now, fold the coffee filter papers like the paper fan folding procedure. Then keep them in the middle of the pipe cleaner and then knot the pipe cleaner. After that, roll the extra pipe cleaner as the antenna of a butterfly. Once done then, open the paper and give them the shape of the upper and lower part of the butterfly. Here you have your beautiful pipe cleaner 3D watercolor butterflies.

20. Pipe Cleaner Teddy Bears

Pipe Cleaner Teddy Bears

Let’s make some pipe cleaner teddy bears for our little munchkins and teach them how to make them as well. For this pipe cleaner craft, you will need pipe cleaners, obviously, googly eyes, pompoms of different sizes, a hot glue gun, and a pair of scissors. Let’s start by cutting the three pieces of pipe cleaner. 2-inch pieces for the arms, 3-inch pieces for the legs, and 6-inch pieces for the body. Twist the 2-inch pipe cleaner around the 6-inch piece of pipe cleaner as arms of the body. Wrap this body pipe cleaner around the end of your pencil or pen. Take the 3-inch piece of pipe cleaner and wrap it with the end of the wrapped pipe cleaner as the legs of it. With the help of a glue gun, stick the small pompoms on the ends of the arms and legs to make the paws. Then stick one big pompom on the top of the face and two small ones on either side of the face to make the ears. For the final touches, stick the googly eyes, and here is your cute teddy bear.

21. Pipe Cleaner Sunflowers

Pipe Cleaner Sunflowers

Sunflowers have their own charm. Making beautiful sunflowers with a pipe cleaner as the pipe cleaner crafts is going to be super fun and energetic. Let’s get it started. So, for this pipe cleaner craft, you will need yellow and green pipe cleaners, popsicle sticks, black buttons, green craft paint, a hot glue gun, small flower pots, black paper, and floral foam. Bend ⅓ of a yellow pipe cleaner, twist the same pipe cleaner at the end, and make another bend to form two petals. Repeat this with the other two left pipe cleaners to form the rest of the petals. With the help of a glue gun, attach the pipe cleaner petals together at the center. Using another yellow pipe cleaner, repeat these two steps and make smaller petals out of that one pipe cleaner. Now glue the smaller petals over the larger ones. Attach the black button on the center of this flower where they all are attached. For the stem, paint a popsicle stick with green color paint.

22. Pipe Cleaner Sherlock Gnomes Wooden Spoon Puppets

Pipe Cleaner Sherlock Gnomes Wooden Spoon Puppets

Sherlock Gnomes is a very cute yet fun, family-friendly movie that showcases the value of teamwork. Let’s make some pipe cleaner craft related to these awesome movie characters. You will need wooden spoons, pipe cleaners, a hot glue gun, googly eyes, colorful papers, and sketch pens. All you have to do is, draw the faces of the characters on the wooden spoons. Then take the pipe cleaners and cut them 3-4 inches and then wrap them around the wooden spoons as the arms. Now sketch and cut the papers in the shape of the characters of the movie. Then stick those dresses on the wooden spoons. Now wrap the pipe cleaners as the beard or cap of the characters according to their appearances in the movie. For the final touches, stick the realistic-looking googly eyes on them. Here you have interesting pipe cleaner Sherlock Gnomes wooden spoon puppets to play and interact with your kids.

23. Pipe Cleaner Pop Bottle Firefly

Pipe Cleaner Pop Bottle Firefly

These lighted fireflies are surely going to make your kids go from “WOW” to “HOW.” So, let’s make this pipe cleaner craft with them to let them know the answer to their how. For this craft, you must have water bottles or pop bottles, tissue paper, glow sticks, pipe cleaners, google eyes, foam sheets, mod podge, a foam brush, and a glue gun. Firstly, cut a sheet of tissue paper into 1-inch strips, brush a layer of mod podge onto the center of the bottle, now stick the strip of the tissue paper onto the mod podge, wrapping it around the bottle. Now, brush another layer of mod podge on top of the tissue paper. Once dry, then add three pipe cleaners around the center of the bottle on top of the tissue strips. Twist each one around the bottom to make the legs. Cut two wing shapes from the foam sheet and stick them on the top of the tissue strips to make them look like wings.

24. Pipe Cleaners Crystal Stars

Pipe Cleaners Crystal Stars

Crystals are the fantasies of every child. That magical shine is what attracts them the most. Let’s make the pipe cleaner crystal stars and let the magic begin. For this pipe cleaner craft, you should have borax, water, pipe cleaners, a star-shaped cookie cutter, thin ribbon or string, popsicle sticks, and mason jars. Starting from making a star with the pipe cleaners. Take the star-shaped cookie cutter and then wrap the pipe cleaner around it to make it the same shape and then cut the extra pipe cleaner and tie the ends of the star-shaped pipe cleaner. Then take a string and knot the stars with it, and then hang them inside the jar with the help of the wooden stick and the string. Mix the borax and boiling water together until the borax is completely dissolved. Then put this mixture in the jars that have stars hanging in them.

25. Pipe Cleaners Beaded Pumpkins for Halloween

Pipe Cleaners Beaded Pumpkins for Halloween

The cutest ever pumpkin is what you are going to have for this year’s Halloween at your house. For this cute pumpkin, you will need orange pipe cleaners, green pipe cleaners, orange beads, and a pair of scissors. That’s all. Now starting with the orange pipe cleaners, you will need to put the beads in the 6-7 orange pipe cleaners and then join all of them together from end to end and give them a round shape together. Then tie the ends of this round-shaped pipe cleaner beaded ball. After that, take the green pipe cleaner and cut it short. Then attach this green pipe cleaner on top of the round beaded pipe cleaner ball as the green cut-shorted stem of the pumpkin. And here you have your Halloween special pipe cleaner beaded pumpkin ready within 5 minutes.

Summing It Up

All in all, now that you have come to the end of this blog after you went through the top 25 amazingly awesome pipe cleaner crafts, here are some tips for the summary. When you start to make such crafts with your kids, especially then, you must keep these tips noted in your mind. You can make anything from pipe cleaners, from flowers to rings to Christmas trees to any animal, anything! There are tons of pipe cleaner ideas that you can make, but we have brought the best ones for you.

That is it from our end, and we hope that these activities are going to gift you and your kids fun-filled and super-learning hours together.

Recently children have started spending most of their time with technology like mobiles and computers, and as parents, it is always tough to keep children away from these devices. Still, there are some fun activities that you can ask your children to try so they can fall in love with some more learning and entertainment.

Crafting and puffy paint activities are entertaining and as well as beneficial for your kid’s motor skill development. Are you excited? Together, we will explore the joy of mixing colors and the thrill of experimenting with textures.

This blog will take you on a fun-filled journey of creating puffy paint with kids, exploring its benefits, and unleashing your little one’s creativity.

What is Puffy Paint

Puffy paints, generally known as 3D paints, is a versatile crafting material that allows your kids to add texture and dimensions to their artwork. The versatility of puffy paint extends beyond traditional painting.

Crafters often use it to add textured elements and embellishments to various projects, such as greeting cards, scrapbooks, and DIY decorations. Different from regular paint, puffy paint dries out fast and is raised with a puffy surface, making the creation stand out.

Ingredients Required for Puffy Paint

Ingredients Required for Puffy Paint

Though there are multiple options out there that you can try to make your puffy paint, here we have taken some organic and safe-to-use things so that it would be good for your children to play with them and they will not do any harm to your kids.

Steps to Follow to Make Puffy Paint

Steps to Follow to Make Puffy Paint

1. Measure Your Ingredients and Add Accordingly

Start with keeping handy all the ingredients and measuring them accurately; mix shaving cream, flour and glue together without exceeding the amount of any of them. Mixing these dry ingredients first will prevent any lumps from foaming in the final puffy paint mixture. Consider using spoons and cups to measure the ingredients precisely to make sure that the quantity of one particular color does not exceed of another one. Scoop the flour and glue with caution into different measuring cups, making sure to level off any excess for an accurate mixture.

2. Divide the Mixture

Depending on how much quantification of a particular color you want, you can divide the base mixture into several boxes. Still, again, it’s very important to take care not to mix and exceed the quantity of one color to another. Dividing the mixture is one of the most crucial parts, which requires you to choose what you want to create, based on which you can choose how much of each color you will need and can divide the mixture as necessary.

3. Add Coloring

Now comes the fun part – Colouring the puffy paint! Add a few drops of food color into every box, take care of the amount of the color you pour, and mix well until the color is equally distributed. Allow your little artists to showcase their creativity and make their own color palettes. These vibrant puffy paints will make their artwork even more exciting. In the puffy paint activity is where your children will get a chance to learn about color theory and different tones of colors. They can learn more about the technique of color blending as well.

4. Transfer to Plastic Bags

To make it easy for your children to do their artwork, transfer the paints into plastic bags or squeeze bottles. In order to use plastic bags, make sure that the bags are clean and dry, and fill the bags only two-thirds of the way in order to give space for straightforward handling as per the general rule of crafting. Make sure they are sealed after pouring the colors, and cut a small hole at one corner of the plastic bag to create a makeshift piping bag.

5. Create Artwork

When the coloring material is all ready! Now it’s time for the kids to unlock their creativity and make some memorable paintings on the board. Provide them with paper, cardboard, or any other suitable surface to work on. Puffy paints create the 3D image of any design you make, which makes it even more beautiful and ravishing. So let your children’s creativity go wild and create a masterpiece with their unique thinking.

6. Drying Time

Once the children are done with their artwork, keep the cardboard aside and let it try for some hours. The time for dryness depends on the thickness of the paint that you have used, but it generally takes 6-7 hours minimum. We understand that waiting for long hours might be challenging for the kids, but the outcome will be worth the wait.

You will notice that once the puffy paint starts to get dry, it also starts to become puffier and sets well.

Safety Tips for a Better Crafting Experience

Safety Tips for a Better Crafting Experience

Before embarking on your puffy paint adventure, consider these safety tips to enjoy a safe and enjoyable crafting experience.

1. Adult Supervision

While it is considered to be a safe and entertaining activity for children, it is recommended to have adult supervision. Especially when handling food colors and ingredients for the children, it’s always safe to be around them, and you can always teach them more about puffy paint crafting.

2. Allergy Check

Many of us are allergic to some products; even in this activity, before using the ingredients, check for any allergies if your child has any of the ingredients you are going to use in puffy paints. While rare, we can not deny the fact that some people are allergic to the food colors or even to the flour itself.

3. Non-Edible

Some of the children have the habit of licking their fingers sometimes and even eating whatever they have in their hands. Hence it’s advised that you tell your children not to eat the stuff. Though they are all safe but are not meant to be ingested and might cause some danger. This is one of the reasons why adult supervision is advised throughout the activity.

Crafting with Puffy Paint

It’s convenient and easy to craft paintings with puffy paints. According to their imagination, your kids can make creations and paint drawings with the help of plastic bags and squeeze bottles. In addition, using puffy paint to create crafts promotes creative problem-solving and decision-making and enables young minds to broaden their horizons. It also encourages children to love art and self-expression.

Puffy Paint Ideas

1. Glow in The Dark Moon

Glow in The Dark Moon

If your kids like to watch stars and sit in the moonlight, you can suggest your kids make a dark moon in a glowing background. It looks good in space and is also easy to craft. So, let’s get ready to bring the moon into the room and enlighten it with stars.

2. Rainbow Painting

Rainbow Painting

Kids always like colors and get attracted to vibrant, shiny, and lively colors. Rainbow is the perfect choice to make for kids as well as for adults. It brings positivity and calmness into your space.

3. Textured Stickers

Textured Stickers

Create your own puffy paint stickers on paper or silicon molds. Once dry, peel them off and stick them on notebooks, covers, etc.


All in all, the Puffy Paint activity is a great way for parents to spend time with their kids. By following the above easy recipe and safety guidelines, you can create a little space for your little artists where they can educate themselves and unleash their inner creativity. They will not only be pleased with their words, but they will also develop the essential skills that will also learn some key skills that will help them in further life.

Beyond its educational benefits, it offers a bonding experience for family or friends as they engage in different crafting projects. The easy recipes for puffy paint provide a fantastic opportunity for kids to express themselves and create their very own three-dimensional masterpieces.

Despite all the entertainment and fun, it is advised to have adult supervision throughout the process of crafting the puffy paint to ensure the security of handling elements like food coloring and to test for any allergies.

So, gather all your supplies, clear up your space, and get ready to embark on an exciting puffy paint adventure with your kids.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Long Does Puffy Paint Last?

The Puffy paints are advised to be used the same day as you make them; with shaving cream included, the paint loses its puffy texture by the next day. So even if you save it, there’s no way you can use it again, and it will be more like you will be left with runny glue.

How Long Do Puffy Paint Crafts Last?

The lifespan of puffy paint depends on several factors, like how well they are made, what materials have been used, etc. Generally well-crafted and properly cared for, puffy paint crafts can last for several months, even for years. It is important to understand that puffy paints are made for decorative and entertainment purposes only and may not have a longer lifespan like paintings or sculptures.

Can I Make Puffy Paint Ahead of Time?

If you are using a homemade recipe, then you should use it the same day as it does not contain preservatives which means they can not stay for long. However, some readymade available puffy paint can be preserved, but it is always advisable to air-tight the puffy paint after every use to keep it dry.

Are you planning to surprise your toddler with a fun-filled Easter basket? Or would you like to take them on an adventurous egg hunt in the backyard? Either way, the celebrations should go on.

The spring season lights up everyone’s lives with the happy celebration of Easter. Joyful, happy surprises, egg hunts, Easter baskets, bunnies, and sweet treats are what kids await every year. This holiday season, dress up your baby in a cute, cozy outfit and gift them a colorful Easter basket.

Here are 18 carefully planned Easter basket ideas for all toddlers and preschoolers.

Take a look at the list below and enjoy the opulence of spring with your friends and family.

Easter Basket Ideas for Toddlers and Preschoolers

What are you planning to fill an Easter basket with this coming spring? The same old sweet treats and chocolates are mandatory, but you can always add more. Choose gifts for your toddlers and preschoolers to evoke a sense of an extended celebration season.

These gifts are thoughtfully curated to assist toddlers in having a fun-filled, happy, productive, and practical childhood.

Here is a list of presents to inspire you as you plan Easter basket ideas for your little ones.

1. Craft Kit

Craft Kit

Do you notice Picasso traits in your toddler? If yes, it is your sign to include a craft kit in their basket this Easter. Easter basket ideas do not have to be elaborate and full of sweets only! Add colorful papers, sketch pencils, glue sticks, and other non-harmful craft essentials for kids. This idea will help toddlers and preschoolers work on their creative side and have fun. Parents can help them bring their favorite cartoon characters, animals, birds, and flowers to life with a craft kit. For example, a bright yellow ducky will be a cute addition to their bedroom wall this spring.

2. Plush Toys

Plush Toys

Are you brainstorming Easter basket ideas for your niece? How can you miss a plush toy to add to their basket? Similar to how grown women can never have enough make-up, toddlers can never have enough plush toys. A soft, squishy, cute baby elephant, a rhino, a teddy bear, or a bunny will be your toddler’s new best friend this Easter season. Choose their favorite animal from their storybook, or look for a cute, colorful little softie that your niece can hug to sleep. This toy friend will always remind the little munchkin of you, even long after Easter.

3. Color Crayons

Color Crayons

Are you planning to admit your toddler to preschool the next year? Do not forget to include a set of colorful crayons in your toddler’s Easter basket. You can also add a copy to help your toddler run their imagination at its best. Help your little kiddo learn more about vibrant colors and encourage them to get their hands dirty! Painting can be great fun and relaxing for children.

4. Wooden Counting Toys

Wooden Counting Toys

Teach your toddler the art of counting and encourage them to stay ahead with these wooden counting toys. Making Easter basket ideas practical and joyous only gets better with these fun-filled learning toys. Inspire your toddlers to learn more about maths with colorful beads counting. The traditional abacus will never go out of style as it is so much fun to learn maths with these toys.

5. Cartoon T-shirt

Cartoon T-shirt

Dress your toddler in a cute outfit inspired by their favorite cartoon character this holiday season. Get a plain, solid-colored t-shirt and print any desired characters like Cocomelon, Tom and Jerry, Poo, Oggy, Mickey Mouse, or Elsa. If they love the magical story of Moana or aspire to save the world like Spiderman, surprise them with the best cartoon t-shirt. This is one of the best Easter basket ideas for the upcoming spring.

6. Musical Eggs

Musical Eggs

Pick a fun musical Easter egg set as an Easter basket idea for your toddler. Small beechwood eggs are designed for an exceptional, fun-filled audio experience for children. The chirping, rattling, and jingling sounds will make toddlers groove while shaking these musical Easter eggs. These eggs come in different colors and sizes to soothe your little one’s ears with the sound of celebration. Golden gifts from the Easter Bunny, indeed!

7. Stacking Dolls

Stacking Dolls

Russian stacking dolls are still favorite for many. Gifting a beautiful set of cute Russian stacking dolls on Easter is always the best idea. The fun part is that your toddler gets surprises one after the other as they keep on opening the heads of the stacking dolls until they reach the tiniest one. The soft, polished wood gives these dolls a cute, wobbly look, and the details are what add to the cuteness!

8. Story Books

Story Books

Babies grow the most when they are well-rested and get enough sleep. Help your toddlers glide into their slumber as you read interesting stories from their favorite bedtime books after a long day of fun and celebration. Pick from animal stories, adventures, mystery, and magic to improve their imaginative power. Read about Elsa, Harry Potter, Narnia, or Moana to help your toddler slide into a fun-filled good night’s sleep. Include short story books filled with big and colorful pictures as a fun Easter basket idea. Easter bunny stories can be very engaging during these times.

9. Fidget Toys

Fidget Toys

The new pop-up toys are famous among kids these days as they are colorful, easy, and quirky. They are a simple yet constant source of endless fun. If you have seen your toddlers popping bubble wrap, they undoubtedly find the fidget toys super interesting. Parents have the liberty to choose from different shapes. Flowers, fish, veggies, animals, and more are a few great fidget toys to pick from.

10. Coloring Books

Coloring Books

Would you like to get your toddler ready for preschool? If so, a coloring book is an amazing addition to their Easter basket ideas. We expose children to seeing, eating, and smelling something new every day while growing up. Though these activities might feel fun, they can be tiring for your kid at the same time. Coloring books can be a great, relaxing activity for your toddler. Helping them become color-aware, build confidence, and keep them active without pressure. This color book is a perfect present for any toddler from the age of 9 months to 3 years.

11. Bath Toys

Bath toys

Need more Easter basket ideas for your toddler? Fill up the Easter basket with fun bath toy ideas. These colorful ducks in different characters and sizes will help you make a fun-filled bathtub this spring. Reimagine stories of pirate ducks, princess ducks, police ducks, and baby ducks, and be playful. Engage your little munchkins in a soapy bubble bath with an extra dollop of fun and stories with these bath toys. These bath toys are not limited to ducks; parents can also choose fish, sea horses, starfish, whales, and more.

12. Racing Cars

Racing Cars

If your three-year-old baby boy loves racing car shows and cartoons or is fascinated by the idea of Hot Wheels, it is a must-have in Easter Basket. Color racing cars are easily available on any online shopping site. Parents can pick up racing car gift sets or single trucks, four-wheelers, bikes, and trains and add them to curate a fun-filled Easter basket idea. This present idea will not limit itself to the celebration days of Easter only. Kids can continue playing with their racing cars long after the celebration treats are over. Surprise your little boy with a racing car on his way to the egg hunt in your backyard, and see him all excited and happy for this fantastic present.

13. Barbie Sets

Barbie Sets

Here is a perfect Easter basket idea for your little princess if she would prefer a doll over a racing car in her basket. A gift set of beautiful Barbie dolls in colorful dresses, elaborate hairstyles, and flowery details will make her more than happy this holiday season. Gift your toddler a themed doll set for Easter if she finds motivation in the achievements of Moana, Elsa, or Mulan. You might be creating a memory she will cherish forever. Or you are presenting her with a lifelong friend she can rely on no matter what! There are countless Barbie sets to choose from.

14. Easter Bunny Toys

Easter Bunny Toys

It is Easter! How can we miss adding a small Easter soft toy to your toddler’s basket? Pair the previously mentioned wooden musical eggs with small bunny toys. You can pick from a variety of pastel and vibrant colors of bunnies. Or you can always buy raw materials like cotton, velvet fabric, plastic ears, and a nose to curate a soft little bunny for your toddler. This Easter basket idea is a cute present that you can recycle and use for the upcoming years. Whether you have an infant or a preschooler, these small and cute bunnies will add wings to their imagination this Easter season.

15. Hair Accessories

Hair Accessories

Dress your little toddler in a cute outfit with matching hair accessories. Include these cute flowers, fruits, rainbows, and animal-inspired bright yellow-orange hair clips. Dress your toddler in a bright little frock and put on these clips to make her look like a doll. Of course, the Easter Bunny ensures your cute little kid gets dressed to impress this festive season. Make sure to add these hair clips and bands to her Easter basket this spring.

16. Superhero Lunch Box and Sipper

Superhero Lunch Box and Sipper

Kids are fascinated by the idea of superheroes and their charismatic actions. We are all well acquainted with the magnetic charm of Peter Parker! If your little kiddo loves superheroes, a themed lunch box and a sipper bottle set are what you should include in the Easter basket ideas. You can search for your toddler’s superheroes, cartoons, and movie characters like Iron Man, Superman, Batman, Mulan, or Elsa. This gift will undoubtedly make your toddler happy and give them the courage to aspire to be like their favorite superheroes.

17. Bubble Gun

Bubble Gun

Want to play with your toddler, make bubbles, and enjoy the spring-summer bath in the backyard? Here is a perfect gift idea for your summer plans: A bubble wand or a bubble gun will make your backyard bath time more fun. You can use liquid soap and baby shampoo mix to make bubbles. This idea is a perfect Easter basket addition that will undoubtedly surprise your little munchkin. Make huge bubbles to find hidden rainbows, and have fun!

18. Soaps and Bath Bombs

Soaps and Bath Bombs

Talking about bath time fun, we cannot miss the colorful, fragrant, and fizzy bath bombs. Handmade soaps and bath bombs are power-packed with fragrant essential oils and fizzy body cleansers. These are safe for your toddlers and preschoolers’ skin and hair. The bubble wand, homemade soaps, and bath toys will make a perfect addition to your Easter basket. Adding food colors like pink, purple, yellow, blue, and orange will make bathing fun for your little one.

Summing It Up

All in all, Easter is a delightful time that kids await every year. Fun games, sweet treats, presents, adventurous outdoor activities, and egg hunts spread the magic of spring in every home. Gifts are an essential part of the celebration for toddlers and preschoolers. Hence, the Easter basket ideas for children should be well thought out.

In this blog, we have carefully designed a list of gift ideas to include in your toddler’s Easter basket this coming season. Take a look at this list, and do not forget to comment below your easter basket ideas.

Share with us which Easter basket idea you will pick for your toddler next Easter holiday season.