Cardboard bicycle craft is a fun and easy craft for preschoolers and kindergartners. Create your very own bicycle craft you can take for a spin!
How to Make A Cardboard Bicycle Craft for Kids
- Cut four cardboard strips about 10 cm long, cut one cardboard strip about 7 cm long and cut three cardboard strips about 5 cm long.
- Glue one 5 cm strip to the top of one 10 cm strip in a T shape. Repeat this step for another set.
- Glue two 10 cm strips together in a V shape (or less than symbol). Repeat this step with the last two 7 cm strips in a greater than symbols.
- Decorate the strips using paint sticks.
- Assemble the bicycle by gluing the larger V to the middle of one T. Glue the open part of the V to the second T. Glue the smaller V or greater than symbol to the second T. Use the picture below for reference.
- Grab 2 paper plates and poke a hole in the middle using scissors and insert a brad.
- Poke a hole in the front T and the back section of the bicycle and attach the wheels.
- Decorate the wheels but glueing on paper straws for the wheel spokes.
- Add some flair! Use stickers to decorate your bicycle or add tassels!
Age Suitability for Easy Cardboard Bicycle Craft for Kids
This activity is good for toddlers, pre-k, kindergarten aged children 18 months old and up. My kids are 4.5, 4.5 and 8 years old.
The mess level for this activity is low.
Difficulty to Create
Language development, color recognition, hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, imaginative play, creativity.
Supplies for Easy Cardboard Bicycle Craft for Kids
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- paper plates
- paper straws
- star stickers
- paint sticks
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