15 Fantasic Felt Crafts For Kids | Indoor Activities For Kids

Are your kids bored at home, spending all day on their phones or watching TV? If that is the case, why not introduce them to some stimulating and productive activities instead? For example, DIY crafts! This will hone their creative skills as well as problem-solving and critical thinking. And no, you do not need to go out and buy expensive equipment. You won’t need to look much farther especially if you have a bunch of felt paper lying around the home. Because all you have to do with felt is fold and cut it, it’s a great material for kids’ projects. It’s also inexpensive, comes in a variety of colors, and is easy to use!

With that in mind, I’ve compiled a list of 15 fantastic felt crafts for kids to do while indoors! 

15. Fish Craft for Kids You Can Make in Classroom

Get creative with these fish crafts. They’re simple, fun to make, and cute projects for kids.

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14. Make a Monster Felt Board

Have I ever told you that I love crafting up monsters? They are just so darned cute! It’s fun to make their different faces with their silly eyeballs and goofy shapes. There are so many different combinations that a child could have tons of fun making them.

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13. Tree Ornament – Cute Felt Angel

Make this cute Christmas felt tree ornament angel with the kids. This can be a great weekend project and also perfect for Christmas decorations or gift tags.

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12. No-Sew Felt Monster Banner

Great for both kids and adults this easy no-sew monster banner is the perfect decor for a fun Halloween decoration!

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11. DIY Space Rocket Pencil Toppers

Here is a step by step tutorial for super cute and easy space rocket DIY pencil toppers. These are not only fantastic pencil toppers for kids to make but this rocket ship craft is a great way to get little ones interested in writing, mark making and drawing.

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10. DIY No-Sew Felt Name Pennant

Yeah! Go team Henry! I thought it would be pretty cute to just make one of these that says YAY — maybe next time. What would you have yours say? You could make one for your team, or your state, or your kiddos’ names like this one.

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9. Felt Crafts for Kids to Sew

Felt crafts spark imaginative play and are cheap and easy to make. Kids can cut and sew these projects themselves while learning a new life skill. They are so fun that adults love making them too!

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8. Flower Pencil Toppers Felt Craft

Kids love to make this flower pencil toppers felt craft. It is fabulous for practicing fine motor skills, and felt is so affordable!

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7. Among Us Crafts: DIY Felt Pencil Toppers

Are you or your kids a fan of Among Us? If so, you’ll enjoy all types of Among Us crafts such as these fun DIY felt pencil toppers with our free printable pattern.

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6. Tweety Felt Bird DIY Bookmarks

You won’t have to worry about losing your place the next time you pick up a book to read with these cute felt bird DIY bookmarks. Grab your leftover stash and add this DIY to your list of new felt crafts to make.

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5. Wonder Park Boomer Hat

You’ll want to make and wear this Wonder Park Boomer Hat to see the new Wonder Park Movie.

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4. How to Make a Felt Alligator

Learn how to make a simple felt alligator with a free sewing pattern. This is a great hand sewing project for kids, and they get to choose all the colors.

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3. Diy Cute Octopus Kid’s Hair Clips With Onion Impressions

I am totally spilling over these bronzy octopus kid’s hair clips as you can see these are insanely cute with some impressions!! And I think every little girl should embrace them. I put together an octopus and few onion impressions to give a sheer charm.

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2. Make: A DIY Felt Calico Corn Weaving Soft Toy

This DIY calico corn soft toy only takes a few simple supplies, comes together quickly, and is fantastic for fine motor skills and pattern-making practice! Adding closure snaps, velcro or ties is an easy way to throw in some practical life skill practice too! I love that these colorful ears of corn can be reused over and over again, and their soft pieces make them easy to fold up into a bag, purse, or car seat pocket.

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1. Make: A DIY Gingerbread Bakery for Pretend Play

Bakeries are one of my favorite dramatic play arrangements for kids. The imaginative play processes can help encourage the development of actual kitchen skills, reduce stress, support good communication, and motivate self-initiated independent play. Cookie-decorating works out fine motor skills, and simple math can easily be incorporated.

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