What a fantastic use for a cardboard box! All boys should have their own fire engine, and if they help to make it they will enjoy playing with it even more.
Have fun with these transport craft ideas that you can enjoy with the kids, whether at home or in a group setting. More coming soon!
Let your little ones be fire-fighters! This was a big hit with my boys and still graces our walls nearly a year after we made it. While we made a very large version, the same idea can be made smaller for a special card.
The Flotilla on the Thames during the Diamond Jubilee was one of the most memorable events of the Diamond Jubilee, and we made this craft to celebrate that event. But a sailing flotilla is a glorious sight for any occasion - so why not capture the excitement with your own flotilla collage?
We made this craft quickly from very few "ingredients" but it looks grand on display! It is the perfect size for a crew of Lego sailors, or a group of Lego pilgrims!
Take advantage of a glorious summer day to combine a craft and outdoor activity in one! And if the sun isn't shining, you could always use the bath tub!
This super London Bus craft makes a fun craft idea for St George's Day or for any time of the year - and it is great for taking the toys for a ride (and doubling up as a very stylish toy box too!)
A quick and easy model for beginners, the sailing boats have their own built-in stand so that you can make a display - and create your own flotilla!
This is a simple craft idea for making an old fashioned sailing ship or Mayflower, using a paper plate and some lolly sticks. You can make two ships from one paper plate.
Have some fun at your Canada Day or Independence Day picnic sailing our patriotic rafts. Why not make a few and, using drinking straws to blow the sails, have races!