First Grade Construction & Sculpture Activities

First Grade Construction & Sculpture activities to help show your child the fun side of learning! From easy first grade construction & sculpture activities to more advanced, we've got you covered!

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Make this dragon relief with your first grader to celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and teach her about an important part of Chinese culture.
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Have your child imitate the masters or create her own work of art with a bar of soap!
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Help your first grader get started making this watering can that's filled with homemade flowers. It will brighten up any window sill ... and it's eco-friendly!
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Does your child love learning about dinosaurs? Does he like digging around in search of hidden treasures? In this fun activity he'll do both!
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Here's a wacky activity that kids are sure to love: make a face that has shoelaces for hair!
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Have the children play a more active role in the Seder by helping them prepare paper puppets that represent the ten plagues.
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Invite the hungry caterpillar over to your house by creating a larger-than-life, colorful caterpillar friend out of balloons!
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In this activity, your child will use household objects to sculpt his very own football.
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Cookie cutters aren't just for gingerbread men anymore. Here are 8 fun and creative projects to do with cookie-cutters!
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On the next rainy day spent inside, delight your third grader by showing him how to make his own weatherproof octopus to display for those passing by.
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With a few basic art supplies and a little imagination, you can repurpose empty oatmeal containers into a one-of-a-kind Father's Day cookie jar.
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Kids can make a cute fluffy bunny for Easter using a tin can and cotton balls in this creative first grade arts and crafts activity.
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Make a lei and bring a touch of the tropical lifestyle into your home!
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Take the art making outside: have your first grader make a clay relief sculpture of the natural world. This is a great activity for summer.
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Get ready for Halloween with a pumpkin mask! When he dons the finished mask, all his friends will squeal with Halloween-y delight.
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How do you turn an everyday object into a scary skeleton? This project is the perfect way to practice counting while using cotton swabs to create a skeleton.
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Honor dad's fatherly achievements with a handmade plaque for a job well done!
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Your third grader will delight in making this creepy night-flying creature using a simple pom pom!
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Why wait for the Easter bunny to arrive when your child can become a bunny herself? Creating a bunny mask is the perfect way to celebrate Easter.
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Help your kid create a patriotic red, white, and blue flag banner! On each flag have him write a different word that describes our veterans or fallen soldiers.

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