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4 Creative Robot Crafts for Kids
Inspire your child's creativity and interest in science with these robot craft ideas. While these robots won't walk or talk, they will entertain your child and decorate the room.
Found Object Robots
For this craft, the kids use found objects to make three-dimensional robots. Gather various recyclable materials around the house. Materials that work well include empty boxes, food canisters, tin cans, wrapping paper tubes, wire, aluminum foil, egg cartons, foam, disposable cups and balls. Help the kids tape or glue the components together to make a robot.
A collage robot is similar to the found object robot except it is a two-dimensional art project. Kids use scraps of flat material they find to make a picture of a robot on paper. For example, you might cut a rectangle from aluminum foil to make the robot's body or glue silver gum wrappers on the paper as the arms. Use a mix of recyclable items and craft supplies like beads and sequins to make the robot collages.
Jointed Shape Robots
This craft reinforces the concept of shapes to make a two-dimensional robot with arms and legs you can move. Cut out various shapes from construction paper or poster board, such as rectangles, squares, circles, diamonds, triangles and ovals. The kids use the shapes to make the robot. Use paper brads to connect the arms and legs to the body. Use glue to attach the other details of the robot. If you don't want a jointed robot, let the kids glue the shapes on a large piece of paper.
Felt Robot Dolls
Instead of making paper dolls, make felt robot dolls for your child. He can make many different robots and change them quickly with this craft. Cut out different robot parts like bodies, arms, legs, hands, feet and heads. Make at least five of each body part for variety. Give your child a large sheet of plain felt for the background where he can build his felt robots. The felt sticks to itself so the background felt keeps the robot from sliding around or coming apart as your child makes it.