The blue skies and green grass of summer are fleeting and before you know it, fall will be here in all its golden glory. Get kids excited about back to school time with these 12 Totally Awesome Back to School Crafts. They are fun and easy for kids of all ages. Plus they’re super simple for mom to put together!
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12 Totally Awesome Back to School Crafts for Kids
The super fun and creative crafts shared below use basic, inexpensive craft supplies. Before you head back to school this year, gather the kids around the kitchen table to cut, glue, and tape the afternoon away!
Back to School School Bus Crafts
Paper Plate School Bus | Honey + Lime
Kids will have fun and learn about shapes while they create an adorable yellow school bus craft.
Popsicle Stick Pencils and Bus | Glued to My Crafts
These popsicle sticks crafts are adorable!
Footprint Bus Art | I Heart Arts N Crafts
A cute keepsake craft for the new school year.
Craft Stick School Bus | Reading Confetti
This adorable craft is perfect for welcoming the new school year.
School Bus Process Art | Still Playing School
Perfect for little ones in 3-4 year old preschool!
Back to School Apple Crafts
Paper Plate Apple Craft | I Heart Crafty Things
Bright and colorful, this craft is sure to please kids of all ages.
Melted Bead Apple Suncatchers | Fireflies and Mud Pies
These vibrant suncatchers are perfect for autumn windows at home or in a classroom.
Apple Printed Lunch Bags | Inner Child Fun
Kids will have fun creating one-of-a-kind lunch sacks for school.
Back to School School Supply Crafts
Popsicle Stick Pencil | Crafty Morning
This craft is so creative, I wish I thought of it!
Duct Tape Pencil Pouches | Hip 2 Save
Perfect for tweens!
Crayon Pencil Vase | A Pumpkin and a Princess
Very creative! Would make a great “Back to School” teacher gift!
Kid’s Felt Pencil Toppers | Lia Griffith
Adorable pencil toppers that may just inspire more writing.
When kids are done creating, invite them to share their craft with a beloved teacher or principal. What a fun start to a new school year!
Which one will your family try first?