This collection of seashell crafts for kids with autism is perfect if you love collecting shells with your child.
Seashell crafts for kids
1. Print bed sheets (or any other fabric) with seashells by Fine Craft Guild.
You will need white sheets, fabric paint, a foam paintbrush and your favorite selection of shells.
2. Shells and playdough snails from Mother Natured.
This project could not be any simpler. All you need is a lovely shell and some playdough. Shape your playdough into a snail and voilà, you’re all set! 🙂
3. Shell sensory bottle from Rhythms of Play.
You’ll need to collect a few more materials for this project. In addition to seashells, you need a water bottle (the author of this project recommends an empty VOSS water bottle), goo gone, water, blue food coloring or liquid water color paint, liquid handsoap and gorilla super glue. (Check out the link and the original project directions for all of the fabulous details – thank you, Rhythms of Play!)
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