#3 TIG Tips for Quarantined Parents: Craft Box

By The Intersect Group

Step 1: Grab a plastic bin

Step 2: Gather up a variety of craft supplies. Here are some suggestions: colored paper, markers, colored pencils, glue, clothes pins (if you have them), tissue paper, pipe cleaners, scissors, cupcake liners, cotton balls, tissues, glitter, beads, string, paperclips, buttons, paint, Play-Doh – and anything else you might have lying around.

Step 3: Assemble your craft supplies in bins for each child. Give them one hour to create three crafts. Option: Designate specific craft requests, like make something woodland themed or create something that can sit on a shelf or hang on the fridge.

Sensory bins for toddlers are also popular and can keep them busy for hours. Or, if you older kids at home, have them try an advanced craft, like making paper flowers or ombre hanging art. Here are some other options, https://designimprovised.com/2020/03/20-easy-quarantine-crafts-to-do-at-home.html.