Here's a fun paper plate craft idea for toddlers and younger children on Bonfire Night (or any fireworks themed holiday). Be prepared to get a little sticky!
Often children enjoy the idea of fireworks more than the actual fireworks themselves, which are a bit loud and scary! But we are sure they will enjoy sitting down to these firework activities. And if the worst comes to the worst and you can't get outside to enjoy a firework display, you can make some of your own with these crafty ideas!
Here is an original recipe for "fireworks" occasions such as Bonfire Night, Fourth of July and Canada Day.
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Here is a fun idea for an unusual fireworks picture using wax crayons. Younger children love to reveal the different colours as they scrape off the top, black layer.
Kids will really enjoy making these glittery fireworks paintings (but please make sure that the kids, and the house, is well covered up first!)
This Bonfire Night craft is a little messy, but it really captures the excitement of a sky filled up with fireworks, and even the youngest children can make a spectacular picture.
These kitchen foil sparklers are fun to make and mould and make a satisfying "sparkly" noise when shaken! But be warned, they won't stand up to too much shaking...
This rocket bookmark is a fun craft for kids of all ages. Perhaps you could try it for Bonfire Night, Fourth of July or Canada Day?
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