Anyone looking to make toilet paper roll crafts that tie in with children’s books?
Hey y’all, Tiffany here.
I’ve been hoarding toilet paper rolls ever since I wrote the post about fun post Toilet Paper Roll Crafts for Kids To Do. I realized the other day that I have more empty rolls than full rolls in my house.
It’s a bit embarrassing.
I’ve also begun looking for fun ideas for co-op classes to go along with the LEGO Challenges and Activities for Kids that I like to do.
It occurred to me that I could kill two birds with one stone! I can teach a elementary co-op class where we read a children’s book aloud together, then make toilet paper roll crafts about it! It’s a win-win!
Although y’all know me – crafts are NOT my strength.
So I reached out to some of my extremely creative blogging friends, and lo and behold, they have some great ideas!
Toilet Paper Roll Crafts for Children’s Books
This is our list of children’s books that have a toilet paper roll craft to go along with it. I’ve also made it easy for you to get the book on Amazon if you don’t have it already!
There’s No Place Like Space: All About Our Solar System
Learn all about outer space with Dr. Seuss’s popular cat as he travels the galaxy in There’s No Place Like Space: All About Our Solar System. Then help kids do their own exploring with these toilet paper roll rockets.
The Color Monster
Teach children all about big feelings with the book The Color Monster. Afterwards, continue your explorations by making different color monsters out of toilet paper rolls.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Join the Very Hungry Caterpillar as he eats his way to becoming a butterfly. Then create your own hungry caterpillar with toilet paper rolls!
You can also use toilet paper rolls to paint a caterpillar instead.
Hello World! Ocean Life
Geared specifically for the youngest of children, you can explore the ocean with the book Hello World! Ocean Life. Then help them create this adorable ocean toilet paper roll craft.
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