Paper plate crafts for kids (A-Z)

Here are 67 paper plate crafts for the kiddos. One for every letter of the alphabet + tons more.

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A

Apple

Aquarium

B

Banjo

Baskets

Bats

Beaver

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Bumble Bee

Bird

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Bunny

C

Campfire

Cat

Clown

Christmas Tree

Crab

D

Dinosaur

Duck

E

Earth

Elephant
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F

Frisbee

Frog

G

Giraffe

Gold fish

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Goose

H- Hats

I- Igloo

J- Jellyfish

KKangaroo

L

Ladybug

Lion

M

Mardi Gras Mask

Menorah

Mouse

Mummy

N- Nest

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O

Octopus

Owl

Oyster

P

Peacock

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Pig

Pirate

Polar bear

Pumpkin

Purse

Q- Queen’s crown

R

Raccoon

Reindeer

Ring Toss

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S

Santa

Shark

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Shamrock

Sheep

Skeleton

Spider Web

Starfish

T

Time

Tiger

Turtle

Twitter

U

UFO

Umbrella

Venus fly trap

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Are you a paper plate crafter? What other creatures have you made out of a little ol’ plate?
Psst… want more fun kid craft ideas? Here are 59 hand and foot print crafts, and 29 diy kid costumes!

Comments

  1. What a great collection, thanks for linking to my campfire craft ;-)

  2. Awesome post.

  3. What a great collection. I’m definitely going to be making some of these with my kids!

  4. I LOVE paper plate crafts!! Thanks for including my beaver and walrus in your collection! :)

  5. this summer i will do all these activity with with my kidz project its lookz fun

  6. Lovely paper crafts to keep kids busy through the summer!!

  7. A is for Angel…cut a pp in half; cut one half in half again, cut other half in thirds. Use one of the half’s of a half as the body…Cut one third of a half in a half, fold pointed edge behind the body and glue for sleeves…attach a third of the other half to each side, in back, over where you glued the sleeves, for wings. This leaves the last half of a half to cut your halo and face out of. Attach yarn hair and glitter on halo and edges of wings, bottom hem of body, and end part of sleeves. Ta-Da!!! Make an entire choir…so fun! Blessings from Port Huron, Michigan, USA

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