We love coming up with kids’ food craft projects!
It is fun to get creative and come up with good ideas.
We used one of our most used cereals at home this time.
My son came up with a fantastic idea and my daughter got excited to think that a snack / breakfast food can be used to make a craft.
In this post, we will show you some fantastic food crafts kids can make and that everyone will love.
Save them for a rainy day, use them in themed parties or make them anytime!
Kids will really enjoy the surprise and keep kids busy.
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Easy Food Crafts for Kids
To start our easy food crafts, we used the Multigrain Cheerios and sorted them by color.
There are some light ones, some yellowish ones and some darker ones.
It was fun sorting through several handfuls to begin with.
The kids enjoyed sorting as they chatted and brainstormed ideas on what their crafts would be on.
I guess they also had to wrap their little brains around the idea of using a snack for making easy crafts.
Fun Food Crafts for Kids
Once we got the Multigrain Cheerios sorted, we solidified their ideas on the craft pictures they had chosen to make.
My son chose to draw a race car.
We started with the wheels and then drew a short and stylish race car.
My daughter decided almost right away that she wanted her craft to be a beautiful butterfly.
For these awesome food crafts for kids, all we needed were: Multigrain Cheerios, a colorful sheet of paper for each child and glue.
It is easy to make food crafts kids can make and enjoy.
I recommend the Multigrain Cheerios because they are easy to use and they are naturally colored differently.
My son decided to make a race car AND spell “race car” with the cereal.
Didn’t it turn out great?
I love it when they come up with their own fun ideas and they turn out great.
Food Craft Activities
I will confess, I love making food crafts with kids because it stretches their imagination (and mine).
Latin America celebrates Children’s Day (Día del Niño) on April 30th.
With me having a Hispanic background, I wanted to come up with a fun craft to spend time with my kids.
Using the cereal that we have on hand seemed fun and easy to put together.
This is a great way to bond as a family and to have a fun time.
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