My son loved this art project! He was 19 months old when we made this Decoupage Shoebox Storage Craft. We tore pieces of a magazine into small pieces. Since my son was still very young, I helped him by starting a small tear in the paper. He was then able to finish the tear all . . . . .
This is an easy starter craft for your toddler. They have foam stickers that come in many different shapes. I usually buy mine from the Dollar Tree ~ sometimes they even have giant containers full of foam stickers (and sometimes they just have regular size bags). Just peel off the white backing and let your . . . . .
This was a fun Valentine’s Day craft that we made together at our local library. He was 15 months old at the time. It was all about exploring for him and he thoroughly enjoyed it. His favorite part was using the paint dabber (looks like a bingo marker). He also colored with marker on the . . . . .
This is a great way to get your child involved with making gift bags for a party. I used brown paper lunch bags & had my 20 month old decorate them. First, I grabbed 8 lunch bags (or however many you plan to make) and then had my son color with marker on both sides . . . . .
Instead of painting with a paintbrush, you could try giving your toddler one of those sponges on a stick. When my son was 15 months old, he made the picture you see below. He loved dabbing it on the paper! It was fun for him because it was something new and different.