Straws are such a simple material but they offer dozens of ways for creativity. We’ve searched our favorite blogs high and low for some new and awesome ways to learn and play with straws…and we are excited to share them with you!
This is our final post in the Craft Closet Boredom Busters series hosted by Frugal Fun for Boys that we were honored to be a part of. You’ll find links to each post underneath each photo in order from left to right, top to bottom.
Drinking Straw Sensory Tub :: I Can Teach My Child!
Create Sewing Project for Kids with Straws :: JDaniel 4’s Mom
Tensile Bubbles :: Babble Dabble Do
Make a Marble Maze :: Kids Activities Blog
Q-Tips and Straws Fine Motor Activity :: Mess for Less
Fine Motor Practice with Straws and a Colander :: Kids Activities Blog
Spinning Straw Spellers :: Still Playing School
Engineering with Straws and Playdough :: Fireflies and Mud Pies
Make a Sensory Rainbow with Straws :: Mess for Less
Straw Blown Watercolor Painting :: Tinkerlab
Prewriting for Toddlers with Straws and Playdough :: Kids Activities Blog
Bubble Painting with Straws :: Our Little House in the Country
Pipe Cleaner and Straw Letters :: Meaningful Mama
Make a Straw Pan Flute :: Study at Home Mama
ABC Straw Fun Busy Bag :: The Educator’s Spin on It
Straw Airplanes :: Toddler Approved
DIY Sparkling Beads :: Mama Miss
Pipe Cleaner and Straw Ninjas :: Frugal Fun for Boys
Blowing Giant Bubbles :: Frugal Fun for Boys
Pattern Towers for Preschoolers :: Frugal Fun for Boys
DIY Juggling Sticks :: Lalymom
No-Suck Bubble Pipe :: Two-daloo
Fabric and Paper Straw Bracelet :: Mama Miss
Patriotic Pinwheel :: Mama Miss
What is your favorite way to use straws for learning and play?