Butterfly crafts for kids are so exciting for children. I’m not sure if it’s the bright and bold colors of the lovely creatures or simply the magnificent life cycle of a butterfly.
A butterfly represents deep and powerful representations of life. Many cultures associate the butterfly with our souls. The Christian religion sees the butterfly as a symbol of resurrection. Around the world, people view the butterfly as representing endurance, change, hope, and life.
There’s something about a butterfly that just brings peace to many. It’s fascinating for children to actually see the life cycle of a butterfly. What better way to enhance the lesson with a few butterfly crafts for kids to add to the excitement of watching the cocoons turn into beautiful butterflies?
My children had so much fun simply coloring these beautiful butterfly coloring pages. In fact, I even joined in the coloring fun. Adult coloring is the new relaxation. It’s also something I can do with my children. We have had so in depth conversation while coloring.
Fun Butterfly Crafts for Kids
After making these Stained Butterfly Glasses at Typically Simple, you can see butterflies all year long!
Kids will love learning about the butterfly life cycle with this Caterpillar into Butterfly Craft!
Preschoolers and toddlers will fall in love with their Handprint Butterfly.
Crafts by Amanda has show us how to make an adorable and simple butterfly craft for all ages!
Views from a Step Stool makes Education so much fun! They will not know they are doing science!
Toddlers and preschoolers will adore their soft butterflies created by A Cultivated Nest
Check out these super easy yet eye-catching butterflies at Messy Little Monster.
Cutesy Crafts brings back shrink dinky paper to make glistening butterflies!
Washable watercolors make clean up a breeze for this glistening butterfly craft by In the Playroom.
Every child will love these Paper Towel Butterflies at Crafts by Amanda.
Make It Love It has more Paper Towel Butterfly ideas to share with you.
About a Mom shows you how to make an unique Watercolor Butterfly Craft for even the youngest of tots
Kids will never put these Fluttering Butterflies down created by Pink Stripey Socks.
Head over to I Dig Pinterest to make the easiest Origami Butterflies that actually fly!
If you have preschoolers, be sure to print these butterfly number cards to add to the butterfly crafts for kids FUN!
Which butterfly crafts for kids will you make first?
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