Here you’ll find all of Nurtured Neurons’ printable craft ideas – including cut and paste crafts, printable puppets and printable craft templates with more added each month.
If you’re looking for something to suit a certain time of year or holiday, then you’ll find printable Halloween crafts, Easter crafts, St Patrick’s Day crafts, Christmas Crafts and more.
Each craft was created with care, and designed to be fun and engaging as well as to help your children develop their flourishing skills!
I hope you enjoy making these preschool and kindergarten crafts with your little learners!
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Newest Printable Crafts
Here’s another printable craft for your little learners, a DIY dragon hat craft – time for some adventures! This craft is great for developing your child’s cutting and sticking skills,
If your little ones love visits to the farm and learning all about the animals that live there, then there’s a good chance they’ll enjoy making some of these awesome
Ahh pandas, those big, black and white, bamboo-munching bears. Everyone loves their furry faces and now you can make your own with this a build a panda craft! This simple
Here’s another fun farmyard activity – a build a chicken craft! This simple activity that is great for developing your child’s cutting and sticking skills, and an awesome chance to
Here’s another fun farmyard activity – a build a goat craft! This simple activity that is great for developing your child’s cutting and sticking skills, and an awesome chance to
These cute SATPIN clip cards are a lovely way to help practice and develop those phonics skills. There’s 4 cards for each letter – s,
What Skills Can Your Little Ones Learn And Develop? This number tracing printable is designed to help your children practice and develop their prewriting skills,
Here’s an awesome printable octopus puzzle for your little learners to practice their cutting and sticking skills with. This cut and paste activity is easy
Stomp, stomp, stomp.. what’s that coming over the hill? Is it a monster? Oh no it’s just a super cute elephant that your little learners