Need inspiration for a carrot craft or activity? Here are 12+ fun carrot crafts for kids that are great for Easter! The great part is that it’s a healthy alternative to all that candy, so you could easily incorporate it into a healthy eating lesson. We have rounded up ideas for learning, playing, and crafting. Some even incorporate fine motor skills making it perfect for preschoolers and kindergartners.
Carrot Crafts for Kids
The students over on Teach Preschool did a simple tissue paper carrot activity.
Along the Way read the book The Carrot Seed and then made a carrots in dirt mud painting.
We made a footprint carrot and shared it over on Fun Handprint Art.
Powerful Mothering did a pretend carrot patch activity as part of a harvesting theme.
The Country Chic Cottage threaded buttons to make a pretty button carrot.
Lines Across My Face shaped pipe cleaners into the cutest carrot and bunnies.
That’s What Che Said whipped up some great-smelling playdough carrots that are perfect for Easter Baskets.
We used carrots to do a veggie stamping activity which turned out to be so much fun.
When my son was 3, he made a toilet paper tube carrot as part of a color orange theme.
Turn a carrot into a letter C! No Time for Flashcards shares a fun way to paint it.
Housing a Forest incorporated math in this easy carrot counting activity for preschoolers.
Stop by Crafty Morning to see how she used bubble wrap to make carrots in dirt.
Stamp carrots to paint a carrot + other fun carrot learning activities can be found over on Pencils, Proverbs, Pandemonium, and Pins.