Robot Crafts and Activities for Kids

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So stoked to be guest co-hosting Share It Saturday for the month of February!  Each Saturday I plan to bring you an amazing round up filled with fun kid’s activities and crafts.  If you are a blogger, link up for a chance to be featured next week by me or my fellow co-hosts. You can check out last week’s link up here on Still Playing School.

 

When I saw Buggy and Buddy’s Robot posts linked up I just knew what I wanted to feature this week: Robot Crafts and Activities for Kids.  This week I am featuring 3 robot posts linked up from last week. Plus more robot fun from around them web.  I cannot believe we do not have a robot post here on FSPDT.  I am hoping to change that soon. My boys love robots. For now, let’s go check out some fun posts below.

 

 

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Robot Crafts and Activities for Kids

 

Features for last weeks link up-

Robot Craft for Kids: Free Printable Gliding Robot on Buggy and Buddy

 

Shrinky Dinks Jointed Robot on Lalymom 

 

Sticky Dress & Robot Preschool Fine Motor Activities on Lalymom

 

More robot posts from around the web-

Cardboard Tube Robot on Red Ted Art

 

Building a Robot on I Heart Crafty Things

 

Design Your Own Robot on No Time for Flashcards 

 

Recycled Crafts: Cereal Box Robot by Crafts by Amanda on Kid Activities Blog

 

Build Your Own Robot Free Printable on Picklebums

 

DIY: Build and Stack Robots on Hand Made Kids Art

 

marshmallow robot treats on The Celebration Shoppe 

 

Daily Art: Robot Puppets on Warm Hot Chocolate 

 

see more fun Robot inspiration here on Fun A Day- Robot Activities Kids will Love

 

 

 Co-hosts for Share it Saturday:

Still Playing School

Fun A Day

Sugar Aunts 

Chestnut Grove Academy

 


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