Are you looking for an easy gift to make on a budget for your four year olds this Christmas? Here are some great ideas of Mom-made (or kid-made) gifts for older preschoolers.
Don’t miss out on all the DIY gift fun!
Homemade Gifts for 4 Year Olds
Life is a beautiful mess with a bunch of kiddos in the house, add to the chaos and the fun with a set of drums for your kids to bang around on!
Art your kids can make and wear is a lot of fun both to give. Create a sample shirt for your child and give them the supplies so they can embellish their own T-shirts with stencils.
For the child who is a nature lover in your life, put the ingredients for the terrarium into a jar for your child to recreate their mini-ecosystem.
This is an awesome puzzle to gift to a young preschooler in your life. The felt squares make it perfect for an on-the-go activity.
Gift your kiddo with a collection of fun straws and “wrappers” for your child to make straw rockets and shoot each other.
Help your child be a happy traveler with an on-the-go game.
Go fishing with your kiddos – in your living room – Make a set of fish for your child to catch.
Whip up a batch of Glow-in-the-dark chalks to gift to a art-loving child. You can also use these as stocking stuffers.
Gift your child with a colorful science experiment – that they can wear! Doodle with sharpie markers onto a white T-shirt. Spray it with a secret ingredient and you will have a faux Tie-Dyed shirt.
Create a collection of disguises using the templates over at My Baking Addiction. They all look easy to make and will be a ton of fun for the pretending kiddo in your life.
Help your kids explore geometry with a homemade geoboard. The Instructions to make this gift say that it will cost under $1 to make!
Wowsers! There is not a kiddo out there who wouldn’t want to use this DIY Tree House as an action figure fort, or a staircase fit for princesses.
Help your child who is learning to write have a fun and ever-changing surface with a Chalkboard Book for them to decorate.
Play dominos with the kiddos – with this colorful collection of domino stones.
Are you doing a homemade, or partially homemade, Christmas?
We would love to hear about the toys you are making for your kids!