My 3 year old loves clowns. They have been her “thing” for a quite a few months and she’s just so curious about them. She loves their wild hair, their noses, and the “creepy factor” seems to intrigue her. I wanted to make a clown craft with her that she could do almost entirely herself. Here is what we came up with: the toddler clown craft.
- Paper plate
- Construction paper
- Balls (I used some leftover ones we had from the holidays, making Rudolph ornaments)
- Add some pupils.
- Glue on the clown nose. Tacky glue works well. Cut out a mouth from red construction paper and glue on.
- Cut out a large triangle for the hat. Put a ball on the top.
- You’re done with your toddler clown craft! Takes the littles maybe 10 mins to do and it costs next to nothing to make this. We are all about inexpensive and toddler-appropriate crafts. This one fit the bill! Tell us what you think or if you have any other craft suggestions you would like for us to try!