These 15 Corn Crafts and Activities for Kids are a perfect way to teach your kids about everything from textures to agriculture. You can use these fun activities in your homeschool classroom or you can use them as a fun fall activity to occupy kids on the weekends. Dying corn kernels is a fun activity for younger kids to have fun getting their hands dirty, and a simple sensory activity is a great way to teach children of all ages about different things in their environment.
Most of these crafts only require a bit of imagination and a few fun things you likely already have on hand. From simple corn kernels like you would use to pop popcorn, to paint and corn cobs, most of these are pretty frugal. Creating fun crafts with your kids is a great way to teach them and have fun this fall!
15 Corn Crafts and Activities For Kids
1. How to Dye Corn Kernels | Fun-a-Day
2. Musical Corn Shakers | Sow Sprout Play
3. Indian Corn Sensory Bin | Still Playing School
4. Hopping Corn Science Activity | One Time Through
5. Hauling Corn Sensory Activity | Hands On As We Grow
6. Indian Corn Squish Bag | Fantastic Fun and Learning
7. Easy Corn Craft for Preschool Kids | Coffee Cups and Crayons
8. Lego Stamped Indian Corn Craft | Crafty Morning
9. Corn Alphabet Sensory Play | Little Bins for Little Hands
10. Corn Painting | Fun-a-Day
11. Indian Corn Mosaic | No Time for Flash Cards
12. Sensory Fun With Corn Cobs and Sunflowers | Happy Hooligans
13. Indian Corn Craft and Five Kernals of Corn Legend | Fantastic Fun and Learning
14. Corn Silk Fine Motor Sensory Play | Coffee Cups and Crayons
15. Dyed Corn Mosaics | Fun-a-Day
Whether you want to create a fun mosaic pattern to display, or utilize these great alphabet sensory play ideas to teach a younger child, these corn crafts & activities are ideal. With corn tying into both Halloween and Thanksgiving, these are ideas you can use throughout the fall. Tie them into homeschool lessons about harvest, agriculture, and the uses of corn in every day life. They can also help teach art with various mediums and of course the first Thanksgiving.