Book crafts for kids explore techniques both old and new. For instance, the paper craft of book-binding began in the second century for the protection of old parchment manuscripts. By the Middle Ages the art of bookbinding had risen to great heights. Books were rare and precious, and many were covered with beautiful designs that were true works of art.
You can encourage a love of books by spending time with your kids to create your own works of art. Whether they're just learning their numbers or ready for a more challenging craft project, book crafts are fun, and educational too!
Below you'll find links to great book craft projects that are sure to get your kids excited about art, reading, and writing:
Learn how to make an accordion book with super pop-out pages.
Give loved ones a special paper craft book filled with written commitments.
Flip through a book of mix-and-match characters created by your kids.
Surprise Mom with a beautiful book filled with her favorite photos and messages.
Teach littles ones how to count by illustrating a fun book of numbers.
Keep reading to learn how to make your kids an amazing book or journal with colorful pop-up pages.For more fun paper crafts and kids' crafts, check out: