Tissue Paper Projects, Crafts, and Activities for Kids | Still Playing School

Tissue Paper Projects, Crafts, and Activities for Kids

Do you save tissue paper when you receive a gift? Even if you don't reuse it for gift giving there are tons of crafts, projects, and activities for kids to create with tissue paper!

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We always recommend reusing tissue paper but if you must buy it new for a project there are so many fun options available!

Now you have your tissue paper! What should you do with it to invite your children to play and learn?

Make a Pretend Play Campfire from Pre-K Pages!

Infants will love the result of Tissue Paper Kicking from Mama OT as they learn to control their movements!

Craft a Rainbow Art Puzzle from Fun-A-Day!
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Happy Hooligans shows how to make Tissue Paper Butterflies!

Decorate the house with Tissue Paper Flowers from My Nearest and Dearest!

Make your own 5 Minute Pinata with directions from Toddler Approved!

Create a Rainbow Stained Glass Window by Where Imagination Grows!
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Craft a Personalized Hot Air Balloon from House of Burke!

And Next Comes L created a Tissue Paper Sensory Bin for little learners to rip, throw, and explore!

Try a Windy Race with Tissue Paper from Hands on as we Grow!

Decorate Windows in such a cheerful way using either contact paper or wax paper with directions from Fun-A-Day!
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Practice Fine Motor Skills with Tissue Paper from Sugar Aunts!

Use tissue paper for Preschool Science from Stay at Home Educator!

Try Tissue Paper Flower Art from Wildflower Ramblings!

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1 comment :

  1. tissue paper crafts are always so pretty against the outside light!