Toilet Paper Roll Crafts for Kids To Do

Have you been stocking up on toilet paper and now are stuck with a ton of empty toilet paper rolls? Here’s a fun roundup list of 26 toilet paper roll crafts for kids, toddlers, and preschoolers to do! Your children will love making these DIY crafts with empty toilet paper rolls.

If you’re like us in 2020, you’ve been stocking up a bit on toilet paper rolls. Why don’t you use them to make some fun toilet paper roll crafts for kids?

Of course, it helped that we already had a great food storage and had toilet paper stored already. We promise we did not rush out to the store and buy a bunch!

One of the best ways we’ve found to get toilet paper is with Amazon’s Subscribe & Save program because it can get delivered regularly to the doorstep with an additional discount that makes it cheaper than Target!

However, that meant we were left a lot of empty paper towel rolls, especially because some of our kids are still in the stage of unrolling rolls or using way too much toilet paper.

So to help us out with that, we searched for cute and creative things we could do to upcycle. This solved TWO problems – what do to at home during quarantine, and what to do with these cardboard tubes!

We hope you find these as helpful as we did! Our kids had a lot of fun putting them together. If it’s close to Halloween, your kids will love these three Halloween toilet paper roll crafts!

You may also want to check out our post with Toilet Paper Roll Crafts Based on Children’s Books for some educational fun!

Toilet Paper Roll Crafts for Children

If you like making crafts with your kids, check out these 20 pinecone crafts and 34 mason jar crafts.

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  1. Our family loves to make our Vday cards special for the children at school and this would have been totally ideal for that… You can fill these poppers with confetti, candy, shines, anything to tailor what you’re searching for the impact to be. My children and I will do this specialty one year from now and I’ll refresh the blog when I do!

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