When I say reindeer, what is the first thing that comes to mind? You probably said Rudolph. The most famous reindeer of all has been graced with his own song, TV special and toys. So it's no surprise that Rudolph crafts are popular as well. To save you time, I have done the research and assembled the Best Rudolph Crafts for Kids this holiday season. These are great to do with kids as they prepare for the excitement of Christmas. For more fun Christmas crafts, check out this Cardboard Tube Christmas Tree.
Best Rudolph Crafts for Kids
Rudolph Paper Craft from I Heart Crafty Things - After your little artist creates this craft, you might want to pop it into a frame to add to your holiday decorations. This project can be tailored to fit the skill level and age of your child.
Rudolph Craft from Love and Marriage Blog-You have to check out this creative Rudolph craft! It is made with a baby food jar, but you could even use a larger jar! Any craft, like this one, that includes paint will usually be a big hit with the kids.
Rudolph Paper Plate Craft from Easy Peasy and Fun - Paper plate crafts are a perfect craft to start with for kids as they are fun but easy. This one is simple, but the simplicity certainly doesn’t take away from the cute, festive flavor of it!
Rudolph Antlers from Kids’s Craft Room- Do your children enjoy pretend play? Then they will love making these antlers that they can wear while they pretend to be Rudolph. Have more than one child? You could create Rudolph’s family!
Super Easy Light Up Rudolph Ornament from Left Brain Craft Brain - Pipe cleaners make for cheap, easy and clean crafts. This light up Rudolph ornament made from pipe cleaners would be a fun addition to your Christmas tree.
Rudolph Hand Print Art from Learning and Exploring through Play - This Rudolph craft created from your child’s hand print would make a perfect name tag for grandparent or teacher gifts.
Coffee Sleeve Rudolph Craft from Laly Mom - Crafts that incorporate recycled items are a great way to show our kids how to reuse and upcycle things! The next time you have a cup of coffee, hang onto the cardboard sleeve so you can make this fun craft that strengthens fine motor skills.
Easy Paper Roll Rudolph from Arty Craft Kids - This is a perfect and simple craft for your little ones. Send the kids outside to grab a few twigs for the antlers while you set up for the rest of this craft.
Rudolph Puppets from I Heart Crafty Things - Your little ones will love putting on puppet shows and singing along with their favorite Rudolph song after they create these puppets!
Egg Carton Reindeer Craft from Crafty Morning - This super cute little Rudolph will be a breeze to make with your kids as you recycle your egg carton for this craft. This would also be a perfect craft for a group of kids to create together as you could easily make a dozen!
Pine Cone Rudolph Ornament from Fireflies and Mudpies - If you don’t have pine cones in your yard, you’re going to want to bundle the kids up, go for a nature walk and find some for this craft! Such a fun craft and cute decoration for your Christmas tree!
R is for Rudolph the Reindeer Craft from Crafty Morning - If you have a preschooler or kindergartener, you are going to love this letter craft. After making Rudolph out of the letter “R” they will never forget what an R looks or sounds like! Plus they get to trace their sweet little hands to use as antlers.
Toilet Roll Standing Rudolph Craft from Red Ted Art - This toilet roll craft would be a great variation if you have a mix of older and younger kids. The younger ones could easily do the simpler paper roll Rudolph craft while the older ones do this one. Wouldn’t it be cute to make Rudolph and the rest of Santa’s reindeer?!
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