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5 Mar

Robot craft ideas for kids

My students was so excited today, they said they had a great idea…”we should build robots teacher” Love that kids.

My students and I are making and playing with robots today. Experimenting with brads, eyelets, and pastels and challenging ourselves to try not to use any glue or tape.What’s your favorite way to use yours?

Creating stations for designing your very own robot. Allow students to use their creativity and focus on the process not the final product.Recycled robots made by my grade one students! I’m nuts and bolts about them.

First graders made robots using paper they painted using handled texture makers!had been busy for long time and not doing anything for  kids to play.

This craft is fun to make and educationel to use.Kids can make their creative box using.Give the child an opportunity to design his own robot 🙂


  • Cans
  • Egg cartons
  • Bottle caps
  • Some stickers
  • Googly eyes
  • Glue
  • Aluminum
  • Paper bags
  • Nuts and bolts
  • Toilet paper rolls
  • Washers
  • Plastic bottles
  • Paper
  • Magnets
  • Recycled junk box
  • Cardboard box





One Response to “Robot crafts for preschool”

  1. Paper Plate Crafts Ideas | Preschool and Homeschool
    5:06 pm on March 5th, 2018

    […] Crafts with my little kiddos. They know when ‘craft week’ is the sub, there’s always gonna be a fun craft to do. Last week, we made these spiders and hung them in their room. It’s always so sweet to see each of their different personalities come to life in their artwork. […]

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