To get psyched for the newest Minion movie, let’s get our creativity going with these fun minion crafts for kids.
Total confession here. I have a crush on those adorable yellow minions.
How can you not be in love with their humor, goof-ups and adorable accents? I know my boys feel the same way!
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Minion Crafts for Kids
It’s time for a new Minion craze!
With the new movie coming out, your kids will be all about Minions, so now’s the perfect time to find some fun crafts to do together.
Here are 15 easy crafts the whole family will enjoy.
Before you get up to your elbows in crafts, be sure to check out the unbelievably adorable minion gifts I found for my own boys!
Get kids into reading with this irresistible Minion Bookmark.
Turn an ordinary pair of 3-D glasses into Minion goggles. They’re perfect for seeing the new movie on the big screen!
No 3-D glasses on hand? No problem! Try a pair of no-sew felt Minion goggles instead.
Remember cootie catchers from elementary school? Try the Minion version!
You probably have all the materials you need to make this adorable Minion toilet paper roll craft.
Find instructions here on how to make the evil Minions out of toilet paper tubes, too.
If you still have plastic eggs lying around, use the yellow and blue ones to create some easy peasy Minion eggs.
Practice your fine motor skills by making Perler bead Minions.
Upcycle your juice bottles with some yellow paint and embellishments to make your own Minion.
Want even more minion inspiration? Visit my Minion wrap-up, where All Things Minion reside.
The kids would have a blast making their own Minion snack buckets.
If you don’t mind the mess, these Minion sweetcorn shooters could be loads of fun.
These Minion party favor jars are easy enough for kids, and larger jars would make terrific pencil or crayon holders. Use plastic jars if you’re concerned about your children dropping them.
Spruce up your patio with Minion planters made from peanut butter jars.
Minion swaps are so fun! With pom poms, pipe cleaners, some googly eyes and glue, you can make these little creatures, too!
Make a Minion footprint family after you watch the movie together!
Rescue the Minions from ice. Great activity if you have lots of minion figures!
If you haven’t seen the trailer for the newest movie, you’re in for a real treat!