Make these simple prompts to engage and encourage creating!

Materials

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  • Ric Rack
  • Sandpaper
  • Seashells
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Thick paper
  • Paint, pencils, markers, coloured paper, fabric pencil crayons etc.

We always find these items helpful too:

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  • Smock
  • Craft tray

Directions

  • Don your smock.
  • An adult could make these prompts the day before or involve your child(ren) in the process!
  • Cut out “sandy beaches” from sand paper, “waves” from rick rack and glue down seashells.  These are just suggestions- we’d love to see what you come up with!

Beach-y creativity prompts with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

Beach-y creativity prompts with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

Beach-y creativity prompts with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

Beach-y creativity prompts with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

Beach-y creativity prompts with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

Beach-y creativity prompts with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

Beach-y creativity prompts with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

  • Allow to dry overnight.
  • Put out the creation materials that you would like to use- whether it be drawing and colouring supplies, sketching and painting supplies or stuff to cut up and collage together!

Beach-y creativity prompts with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

Beach-y creativity prompts with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

 

Beach-y creativity prompts with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

Purpose

  • Creating prompts to engage and encourage
  • Developing one’s fine motor skills

Safety Notes

  • We suggest that you wear a smock and use a craft tray to protect your clothing and surfaces.
  • Use scissors with care and adult supervision.
  • Cord, yarn, rick rack etc. can be a strangulation hazard, therefore be sure to use with direct supervision and for its intended purpose.
  • Small objects such as shells can be a choking hazard, therefore be sure to keep them out of the reach of children ages 0-3 years of age or those that tend to put things into their mouths.
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