Kindergarten Construction & Sculpture Activities

Kindergarten construction & sculpture activities to help show your child the fun side of learning. From easy kindergarten construction & sculpture activities to more advanced, we've got you covered. If you're looking for something more academic, check out our Kindergarten Construction & Sculpture Worksheets.

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Kindergarten algebra is a lot different than high school. In kindergarten math, algebra means grouping like things, or noticing what doesn't belong in a set.
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Kids can enjoy the fun of tap shoes without the expense by turning bottle caps and string into removable taps. Strap them on and cut a rug.
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If your kid is fascinated by dinosaurs, show him how to make his very own dinosaur egg. When he's not looking, hide a surprise inside!
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A tisket, a tasket, here's a pretty homemade basket to fill with treats at Easter.
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Decorating pumpkins is a safer, cleaner alternative to carving. These Cubist art pumpkins are easy and fun to make, and serve as great fall decor.
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Assist your kindergartener in constructing his own shy little magic turtle out of just a plastic cup, tube sock, and wooden dowel.
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This simple and creative arts and crafts activity is great for preschoolers or kindergarteners and uses recycled magazines or newspapers.
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Here's a salt dough recipe that can be used to make ghostly character sticks for fun Halloween decor.
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Is your kindergartener having trouble picking outfits for the rapidly cooling weather? This handy dressing wheel makes getting ready a breeze!
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Since every person's fingerprint is unique, a fingerprint keychain is a fun way for your kindergartener to leave her own special mark on a useful item.
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This Rudolph craft will help your kid make a goofy and memorable ornament. Make a Rudolph craft this winter to bring some added merriment to your Christmas.
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Let your preschooler play with her food by making snack logs out of celery, peanut butter and corn flakes.
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Your kindergartener will be delighted to create a kid-friendly and festive Menorah that she will have the honor of "lighting"!
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Duct tape doesn't only fix household problems, it also fixes the "I'm bored"s in this art activity.
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Try making your own conch planter in this decorative shell.
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Who needs a plastic potato head when you can use the real thing?
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Your child can commemorate the best Halloween candy of all time using foam sheets to give your little monster a little practice tracing triangular shapes.
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Hone fine motor skills by having your kid create a jack-o'-lantern fiber arts project. He'll lace sheets of paper together to create a 3-D stuffed pumpkin.
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Celebrate the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, by helping your child to create a papier mache shofar.
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In this arts and crafts activity, let your preschooler create an animal portrait and learn patterns and textures while she's at it.

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