Build A Wizard Craft (Magical Preschool Printable)

free printable Build A wizard CRAFT template for preschoolers and toddlers

I hope your little ones have their wands at the ready because they’re going to need to harness all their magical energy to make this cute build a wizard (or maybe they could just harness their cutting, sticking and coloring skills – whatever).

These cute wizard templates are great for preschoolers to use because they’re so simple for them to put together!

And there’s a color and a plain template – so your little ones can choose the colors to decorate their very own wizard!

It could also make a lovely activity for anyone having a Halloween party!

Here’s some more free ‘build-a-‘ characters you may want to check out, if you get a few your little ones can mix and match – who knows what crazy creations they’ll come up with:

I’ve created quite a lot more characters and animals and will be uploading them soon – so be sure to check back regularly.

What Skills Can Your Children Learn And Practice?

free printable Build A wizard craft templates for preschoolers and toddlers

When using this build a wizard template, your children will have the chance to practice and develop some skills such as:

  • Cutting Skills – if you feel they’re ready, you can let them have a go at cutting out the pieces all by themselves – they’ll need to be careful and have good scissor control if they want to cut out the pieces neatly
  • Fine Motor Skills – when they’re sticking and picking up and moving the parts and placing them where they need to go
  • Body Knowledge – We may not all have bushy gray beards but most of the parts are the same
  • Pencil Control – if you print off the black and white version they can practice their pencil control and develop hand strength through coloring.

This simple wizard craft will also give them a chance to practice their concentration and perseverance skills as they may find it tricky to place the pieces exactly where they want them to go.

How To Prepare This Build a Wizard Craft

First you’re going to want to download the free wizard templates by clicking on the ‘click here for free printables’ image at the bottom of the page – I’ve made a color and a black and white version!

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Other materials you’ll need:

Once you’ve downloaded the templates, you’ll need to print them off onto paper or card.

Then, you can cut them out. Or if you’d like your children to get some cutting practice, you can let them have a go.

Then you can stick all the pieces together to build your wizard.

It can be really nice to let you’re kids have a bit of free rein here and see if they can work it out – kind of like a puzzle.

If they’re struggling, the order I’d do it in is:

  1. Stick the hat to the head
  2. Stick the head to the body
  3. Stick the arms on the body
  4. Stick the wand to the hand
  5. Stick the feet on the body

(I expect you could have worked that out but I do like to be thorough…)

The finished one should look something like this:

free printable Build A wizard craft templates for preschoolers and toddlers

What a magic little wizard he is!!

If you want to, you could always laminate the pieces before putting them together and use them as a puzzle. That way the different parts would be kept nice and they can use them again and again.

I’ve also created even more cute characters which I will be releasing in the coming weeks so they could use them together in a mix and match game as well (if you don’t want to miss them you can turn on notifications by clicking on the bell in the bottom right corner).

A few more free ‘build-a-‘ characters you may want to check out:

FREE PRINTABLE BUILD A SUPERHERO CRAFT
FREE PRINTABLE BUILD A unicorn CRAFT Preschool
FREE PRINTABLE BUILD A Pirate CRAFT
FREE PRINTABLE BUILD A fairy CRAFT Preschool

If you don’t have a laminator at home here’s an affordable and reliable one (definitely worth investing in if you plan to make a lot of printables!):

An affordable and reliable laminator

After that you’re all done!

Let your kids practice their cutting and sticking skills in a simple and fun way!

But Wait… There’s Also A Black And White Build A Wizard Craft!

free printable Build A wizard craft templates for preschoolers and toddlers black and white

I’ve also made a black and white version which would be an awesome way for your little ones to practice their coloring skills and personalize their wizard in their own way!

So why not crack out the pens, crayons, paints or collage (or all of them if you’re feeling adventurous) and let your kids get creative!

I’d love to see what they create!

Grab the Build a Wizard templates

To grab both the free build a wizard templates as well as all the other printables I’ve created click on the image below:

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I hope your children enjoy making this simple wizard craft – be sure to check back in for more educational and free printables.

Until next time,

Let’s nurture those neurons!

If your little ones enjoyed these please share the love by sharing the post. And if you have any feedback or anything that you would like me to try to create give me a shout out in the comments below. Thanks!

free printable Build A wizard CRAFT template for preschoolers and toddlers

Some More Free Preschool and Kindergarten Activities You Can Do At Home:

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FREE RAINBOW NUMBER BONDS TO 10 CARDS AND GAME kindergarten PRINTABLE
FREE SPRING FLOWER MATCHING GAME FOR TODDLERS
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