Ten fun and best craft sites for children

Some children may like to play outdoors. But, when the weather is rainy, snowy and cold, it’s always best to stay inside where it’s warm and snuggly. This is the best opportunity to interact with your children. And, what better way to communicate with them than with a craft you both can do together.

In search for the best web sites for crafts for kids, the following sites provide crafts for all ages. They provide enough knowledge and instructions that are clear and easy to follow. At researching the best sites, I often look for clear, concise instructions, clear picture of the finished project, materials used (preferably recycled), reproducibility, educational, and usage.

As an educator, projects present a great way to connect with the students and give a real life example of a concept. In science, many concepts can be explained or understood with hands-on-experience. Crafts also can establish a great way to promote language concepts that beginner learners may be struggling with.

Hence, crafts with kids, not only is great when school is out but at any time. It also can be a fun experience to connect and bond with your child. Here are some choices for best crafts sites for kids.

1. Crayola

This is the official site for all Crayola products. What’s nice about this site is that it has so many wonderful free sections that you can explore: coloring pages, craft ideas, games, and great section for educators.

2. Highlights for Kids

This official site of the famous magazine has such wonderful sections not only for games but for crafts, too. In the ‘Make it’ section, you’ll find easy to do crafts related to holidays, science experiments, recipes, and idea-a-day.

3. Family Fun Crafts

This is a great place to find crafts by character, by age, or holiday and season. You can also find all the popular Disney characters for recipes, printables, parties, and more.

4. Therapy Sites by Judith Maginnis Kuster at Minnesota State University

This site has plenty of information to do activities with children with a learning disability.  You might need to dig a little bit into the site to find free information about how to do crafts or games with kids with autism, dyslexia, language or sight disorders, and other learning disabilities.

Craft supplies

5. PBS Teachers

This official site for PBS organizes crafts and activities for teachers and educators in pre-K, K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12 grades so that proper activities are given to the proper age group. Also, it has great tips to encourage reading, language, and math skills.

6. Vme Niños PBS en Español

This official Spanish PBS site has information to find coloring pages and games in Spanish.

7. Kaboose

In this informative site, you can find crafts for kids for any holiday and other great resources.

8. Kids Sites

Full of information, this site has a great collection of craft links for preschoolers.

9. Education

This website is organized by grade, subject, and content type. It provides projects using various materials. And it also includes a section to do crafts with recycled materials.

10. Craft Project Ideas

Here, you can easily find ideas to make crafts according to age, season, theme, or materials. The site also has numerous how-to videos.

What do you plan to create today?

Barbara Mascareno

Barbara is an educational writer, teacher, and instructional designer. She loves to write K-12 education content, teaching strategies, bilingual education approaches, and foreign language.


  1. I LOVE the idea of visiting the crayola site – had never thought of this. I know my little one will love that and the others you’ve listed. Thanks!

    • Barbara Mascareno on at

      Thanks for your comment. I hope this list is useful.

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