My kids love interactive crafts and we’ve just added a super fun Summer themed Interactive Paper Plate Sailboat to our growing repertoire. Kids will be unable to resist the lure of singing ‘Row Row Row your Boat’ as their sailboats cross the paper plate sea and with a swift spin, their boats can turn around and start all over again for a seamless play.
Interactive Paper Plate Sailboat
I had the pleasure of creating this craft for my friend Rachel who blogs over at I Heart Crafty Things, so head over there to see the full tutorial and have a good look around her site, as there’s lots of gorgeous crafts and activities to see!
It’s that time of year where everyone seems to be looking for deep sea and summer crafts to try out with the kiddies, and we have a few right here for you to see!
Take a look at our Paper Plate Fish that’s inspired by the book ‘The Rainbow Fish’. Alternatively, you may like our Puffy Octopus that uses a really cool bubble wrap technique that almost brings the octopus to life and I can assure you, that you will not want to miss our amazingly popular Paper Plate Jellyfish – it’s even due to be featured on Buzzfeed!
Interactive crafts have become bit of thing here on Arty Crafty Kids and they usually involve a paper plate (as we love paper plate crafts!). We have pop-up chicks and bunnies that we designed for Easter, as well as a swimming goldfish within a paper plate bowl that forms part of a fun collective noun series. Did you know that a group of Goldfish is also referred to as a glint of Goldfish?
I hope you enjoy the paper plate sailboat and make sure you join us over on our facebook page to let us know what your kids think of their play and create craft!