Make a gift-wrap ribbon with the kids – lots of fun and they will be proud to be part of this activity. A gift-wrap ribbon is easy to make and will help your kids develop creativity a lot. It won’t take much time to make, so go ahead!
DIY gift wrap ribbon activity for small kids (via
If you baby loves strings, ribbons, shoelaces, it isn’t always safe to let him play with items like that that are just lying around the house, though, especially when they’re attached to actual shoes we wear outside. Make a ribbon box instead! It will be safe and will let your kid have a lot of fun!
DIY ribbon box for babies (via
This ribbon wand is a great way to move, dance and play outside! All you need is glue, a stick, ribbon, wooden beads, and the craft itself will take just some minutes.
DIY ribbon wand for dancing (via
Wall decorations always give a nice finish to a room. Clouds are very cute to decorate a kid bedroom or a nursery. This rainbow cloud is made with wire, and you can use it two different ways: as a wall decoration or as a mobile if you hang it from the ceiling. Read how to make it in the tutorial.
DIY rainbow cloud with ribbons (via
Style up this year’s Easter dress! Learn how to make your own curly ribbon hair bows for the little ladies in your life.
DIY curly ribbon hair bows for Easter (via
Bring some magic to your kids making these magical wands for playing! Your kids can help you making them having a lot of fun not even playing but also making them, too.
DIY magic wand for playing (via
Ribbon pulling is simple yet motivating fine motor practice for kids! We used pegboard to create our ribbon wall play invitation. Using a pegboard is the fastest and easiest way to create this exploration. Read the whole tutorial in the source.
DIY ribbon pull board for kids’ motor skills (via
Do you kids love dancing? Make these dancing ribbon rings! These are such a fun homemade toy for music and movement and would also make great party favors. Ribbon rings are wonderful toys for both outdoor and indoor play and inspire all kinds of dancing, twirling, and imaginative play!
DIY dancing ribbon rings for kids (via
Kids can learn so much when taking part in weaving activities and
DIY weaving with popsicle sticks and ribbon (via
These cool headbands with buttons are another easy project that kids can get involved in, just have to be careful if your kids are too small to handle the hot glue gun. If kids younger than 10 year-old wants to do this craft independently without an adult’s supervising or help, use tacky glue or UHU instead but this will take longer for the glue to dry and set.
DIY ribbon button headband (via