Fourth Grade Construction & Sculpture Activities

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

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Your child can twist and turn her way to creating a freestanding wire form! When she's done she can position and display her small statue wherever she wants.
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Stir up some friendly competition just in time for the Summer Olympics with this tabletop bow and arrow craft!
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Have your kid help create the centerpieces for your picnic lunch, or festive dinner on the next U.S. holiday or special occasion you plan on celebrating.
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Make this paper mache gargoyle for a lesson in Medieval architecture and sculpture.
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Based upon traditional Indonesian Wayang puppets; kids will make their very own puppet in this activity, with movable arms that can be operated with sticks.
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Music is all around us. Bring some melody into your home with a hand-crafted door harp.
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Create origami claws that can transform your child into a bird, cat, or other clawed creature.
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A valentine wreath brightens up any home on Valentine's Day. Craft a pretty valentine wreath out of colorful chocolate kisses.
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Your fourth grader will hone his fine motor skills and learn to follow directions as he creates this recycled angel tree topper out of an ordinary soda bottle!
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Help your child create a mosaic mirror frame that's a bit modern and a bit vintage at the same time. All she needs are a dollar store frame and an old CD!
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Invite your fourth grader to celebrate one of four holidays by creating a kid-friendly homemade Menorah, Advent Wreath, Kinara, or Diya!
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Teach your fourth grader how to craft her own decorative felt eggs, a perfect way to symbolize spring and new beginnings!
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Show your fourth grader how to use sequins to create a gorgeous, gold-plated Easter egg.
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If there's a special person in your fourth grader's life, show him how to create this beautiful photo frame luminary as an extra special Valentine's Day gift!
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Creepy, crawly, spooky and even kind of cute! This spider loves school supplies and will do a great job guarding them.
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Take play-dough to the next level with this homemade recipe, adding surprising ingredients perfect for summer!
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Get inspired by the great outdoors and help your child make a quirky jewelry tree out of chopsticks!
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This fragrant drawer sachet keeps clothes smelling sweet, and makes for the perfect gift.
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These easy-to-make felt friends are created by sewing two pieces of felt together with yarn and make great gifts for holidays such as Easter.
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Are you tired of the same old Easter egg dying routine? Does your kid love to try new art techniques? If so, try making Easter eggs out of embroidery floss!

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