I Wheelie Love You, Dad Craft
Children as young as preschool ages can practice their shapes and colors while creating a truck shape to give dad on Father's Day with this cute craft.
- Wood Shapes (substitute with paper cut into shapes)
- Alphabet Stickers
- Craft Glue
Step 1. Gather your supplies.
Glue the white card stock to a piece of green Construction Paper. Center the card stock, so that you see an even amount of green on all sides.
Sort out the Wood pieces by shapes and sizes. Tip: This a good time to talk to your preschooler about shapes and colors.
Place all the large squares together to form the basic shape of a truck. The red squares form the cab of the truck and then the blue and green squares make the base, as shown. Have your preschooler put the shapes down first before gluing. Once the shapes are in the right spot, glue them to the paper.
Glue the large green circles to the truck to make the wheels.
Next, add the small black circles to the middle of the green wheels.
To make the window of the truck, glue the small yellow circle to the cab of the truck.
Finish the truck by gluing a yellow triangle to the front of the truck to make the headlight.
Peel and stick the Felt Letters to the picture to spell your phrase. Tip: place all the Felt Letters on the paper first before sticking them down. You want to make sure that the words all fit and are evenly spaced.